The occupancy rate of office buildings in Central, Hong Kong’s most sought after business district, is slowly improving. Photo: AFP
The occupancy rate of office buildings in Central, Hong Kong’s most sought after business district, is slowly improving. Photo: AFP
Nigel Smith
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Nigel Smith

What Hong Kong office landlords must do to retain and attract tenants amid improving outlook

  • Landlords and asset owners who maintain better-quality buildings perform better in terms of occupancy and rents, according to Colliers
  • With the rent gap between Central and other noncore areas narrowing, tenants are likely to opt for premium space on the same budget

The occupancy rate of office buildings in Central, Hong Kong’s most sought after business district, is slowly improving. Photo: AFP
The occupancy rate of office buildings in Central, Hong Kong’s most sought after business district, is slowly improving. Photo: AFP
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