Co-working operators are likely to benefit from the shift to remote working. Photo: Jonathan Wong Co-working operators are likely to benefit from the shift to remote working. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Co-working operators are likely to benefit from the shift to remote working. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong’s co-working sector set to stabilise, recover as balance returns after years of unbridled expansion

  • Hong Kong’s co-working industry is recovering as many operators have folded following years of overexpansion, says Patrick Mak of Knight Frank
  • Hong Kong has the third largest number of co-working spaces in the world after London and New York, according to survey by UK firm CircleLoop

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Co-working operators are likely to benefit from the shift to remote working. Photo: Jonathan Wong Co-working operators are likely to benefit from the shift to remote working. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Co-working operators are likely to benefit from the shift to remote working. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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