Post Hong Kong news editor Denise Tsang (far left) moderates a panel discussion with (left to right) Cynthia Chung of Deacons, Tom Gaffney of CBRE Hong Kong, Joanne Ho of Fung Group and Hong Qiu of Lazard Greater China. Photo: SCMP Post Hong Kong news editor Denise Tsang (far left) moderates a panel discussion with (left to right) Cynthia Chung of Deacons, Tom Gaffney of CBRE Hong Kong, Joanne Ho of Fung Group and Hong Qiu of Lazard Greater China. Photo: SCMP
Post Hong Kong news editor Denise Tsang (far left) moderates a panel discussion with (left to right) Cynthia Chung of Deacons, Tom Gaffney of CBRE Hong Kong, Joanne Ho of Fung Group and Hong Qiu of Lazard Greater China. Photo: SCMP

Hong Kong a renter’s market, experts say, as remote working leads to companies downsizing despite Covid-19 situation stabilising

  • City currently has more than 10 million sq ft of office space available, with 6 million sq ft more expected to come online by 2024
  • Shared work spaces in demand, with the occupancy rate of co-working spaces at a high of around 85 per cent

Topic |   China Conference
Post Hong Kong news editor Denise Tsang (far left) moderates a panel discussion with (left to right) Cynthia Chung of Deacons, Tom Gaffney of CBRE Hong Kong, Joanne Ho of Fung Group and Hong Qiu of Lazard Greater China. Photo: SCMP Post Hong Kong news editor Denise Tsang (far left) moderates a panel discussion with (left to right) Cynthia Chung of Deacons, Tom Gaffney of CBRE Hong Kong, Joanne Ho of Fung Group and Hong Qiu of Lazard Greater China. Photo: SCMP
Post Hong Kong news editor Denise Tsang (far left) moderates a panel discussion with (left to right) Cynthia Chung of Deacons, Tom Gaffney of CBRE Hong Kong, Joanne Ho of Fung Group and Hong Qiu of Lazard Greater China. Photo: SCMP
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