Wendy Lam, head of Eaton Club, a subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, at the company’s co-working space in Wan Chai. Photo: Dickson Lee Wendy Lam, head of Eaton Club, a subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, at the company’s co-working space in Wan Chai. Photo: Dickson Lee
Wendy Lam, head of Eaton Club, a subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, at the company’s co-working space in Wan Chai. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong property developers expand into co-working sector as demand for proper offices dwindles

  • All big companies are rethinking their space usage, with one eye on minimising costs, says Wendy Lam of Eaton Club
  • Small companies looking to remain flexible and avoid upfront capex, will view serviced offices as an option: Cushman

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Wendy Lam, head of Eaton Club, a subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, at the company’s co-working space in Wan Chai. Photo: Dickson Lee Wendy Lam, head of Eaton Club, a subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, at the company’s co-working space in Wan Chai. Photo: Dickson Lee
Wendy Lam, head of Eaton Club, a subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, at the company’s co-working space in Wan Chai. Photo: Dickson Lee
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