The Hill @One-North Slim Barracks Rise price

A premium flexible workspace provider The Great Room has opened an all-new flagship location located in Cheung Kong Center in Hong Kong. The 21,000 sq ft co-working space is The Great Room’s second location in Hong Kong following One Taikoo Place.

The Hill @One-North Slim Barracks Rise price sold to Kingsford Development for S$162.388 million under the Government Land Sales (GLS). It had garnered a total of 10 bids due to its prime location in a serene environment.

“As travel is opening up again we’ve observed that there is a rising need for coworking spaces that offer open amenities throughout the region that offer an unbeatable experience. This is why it’s essential to The Great Room to provide more places to meet this growing demand.” says Jaelle Angie who is the co-founder and CEO at The Great Room.

The 45th floor is where it’s located The new co-working space features 22 offices that include two enterprise units along with the workhall, which includes office hotdesks, as well as hot desks. Facilities include in well-appointed meeting and event rooms including a nurse’s room with private phone booths as well as dedicated video conferencing and audio-visual equipment.

The Great Room is known for its service that is inspired by hospitality. The new location will offer an all-day barista who is available 24/7 and special drinks for customers.

Office memberships for dedicated offices start at $10,000 per desk per month. The city-wide hot desk membership starting from $3600 per month. In contrast, a virtual office membership is priced at around HK$900 per month.

The new office at Cheung Kong Center is the eightth location for the company in the Asia Pacific. Coworking operators say that it is planning to open two additional locations planned for opening in the next months. One of them will be a four-storey shophouse that is a conservation project in Singapore’s Chinatown region, and the second will be located situated in Park Silom in Bangkok, Thailand.

“In the post-Covid world there is no way back to what was before. It is vital for businesses to provide access to a work environment that is designed to facilitate efficiency, collaboration and more engagement.” says Ang.

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