Strong demand for flex space is anticipated, particularly from large MNCs, which view it as an attractive option for entering new markets, reducing capital expenditure and testing out alternative occupancy models. Photo: Reuters Strong demand for flex space is anticipated, particularly from large MNCs, which view it as an attractive option for entering new markets, reducing capital expenditure and testing out alternative occupancy models. Photo: Reuters
Strong demand for flex space is anticipated, particularly from large MNCs, which view it as an attractive option for entering new markets, reducing capital expenditure and testing out alternative occupancy models. Photo: Reuters
Dane Moodie
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Dane Moodie

What is the future of co-working spaces in Hong Kong?

  • The sector witnessed high levels of growth in Hong Kong between 2016 and 2018, but this has decreased over the past 24 months
  • There are opportunities for both operators and tenants to take advantage of the current business environment

Strong demand for flex space is anticipated, particularly from large MNCs, which view it as an attractive option for entering new markets, reducing capital expenditure and testing out alternative occupancy models. Photo: Reuters Strong demand for flex space is anticipated, particularly from large MNCs, which view it as an attractive option for entering new markets, reducing capital expenditure and testing out alternative occupancy models. Photo: Reuters
Strong demand for flex space is anticipated, particularly from large MNCs, which view it as an attractive option for entering new markets, reducing capital expenditure and testing out alternative occupancy models. Photo: Reuters
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Dane Moodie

Dane Moodie

Dane Moodie is senior director for advisory & transaction services of office at CBRE Hong Kong.