Office buildings in the financial district of Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee Office buildings in the financial district of Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Office buildings in the financial district of Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee

Desperate Hong Kong office landlords may ditch fixed monthly rent for ‘membership’ schemes to lure tenants as Covid-19 changes work habits, says JLL

  • As landlords compete for fewer tenants wanting less space they may have to embrace a revolutionary new leasing concept, offering different levels of ‘membership’ according to a tenant’s exact needs
  • It would mean office landlords becoming more like co-working space providers as they move away from the traditional fixed rent regime

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Office buildings in the financial district of Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee Office buildings in the financial district of Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
Office buildings in the financial district of Central, Hong Kong. Photo: Dickson Lee
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