General view of Shenzhen, where a record amount of office space stands empty. Photo: Martin Chan General view of Shenzhen, where a record amount of office space stands empty. Photo: Martin Chan
General view of Shenzhen, where a record amount of office space stands empty. Photo: Martin Chan

Shenzhen’s office landlords offer leisure areas, huge pantries as they compete to woo tech firms amid record vacancy levels

  • There was close to 2.4 million square metres of empty space – about 13 times the gross floor area of Hong Kong’s IFC towers – in Shenzhen in the third quarter, according to CBRE
  • New-economy companies generally need larger spaces because they provide employees, who often work long hours, with entertainment and leisure areas, and spacious pantries

Topic |   China property
General view of Shenzhen, where a record amount of office space stands empty. Photo: Martin Chan General view of Shenzhen, where a record amount of office space stands empty. Photo: Martin Chan
General view of Shenzhen, where a record amount of office space stands empty. Photo: Martin Chan
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