The Great Room opens new 21,000 sq ft Hong Kong flagship location

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November 24, 2022 6:02 PM SGT
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Located on the 45th floor, the new co-working space has 22 dedicated offices including two enterprise units. (Picture: The Great Room).
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SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Luxury flexible workspace operator The Great Room has opened a new flagship location in Cheung Kong Center in Hong Kong. The 21,000 sq ft premium co-working space is the company’s second location in the city after One Taikoo Place.
“As travel opens up again, we have noticed that there is a growing demand for coworking spaces with flexible amenities across the region that can deliver a seamless experience. This is why it is imperative for The Great Room to provide an expanded network of spaces to cater to this demand,” says Jaelle Ang, co-founder and CEO of The Great Room.
Located on the 45th floor, the new co-working space has 22 dedicated offices including two enterprise units, as well as a workhall featuring hot desks and offices. Amenities consist well-appointed meeting and event spaces, a nursing room, private phone booths, and dedicated video conferencing and audio-visual equipment.
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The Great Room in Cheung Kong Center - EDGEPROP SINGAPORE
A 57-pax enterprise office at The Great Room in Cheung Kong Center. (Picture: The Great Room)
The Great Room is known for its hospitality-inspired service and the new location will feature a full-time barista and all-day speciality drinks for members.
Dedicated office memberships start from HK$10,000 per desk per month, with the city-wide hot desk memberships start from HK$3,600 per month. Meanwhile, a virtual office membership costs HK$900 per month.
The new location at Cheung Kong Center is the company’s eight location in the Asia Pacific. The co-working operators says that it has two more new locations that it plans to open in the coming months. One will be a four-storey conservation shophouse in Singapore’s Chinatown area, and the other will be in Park Silom in Bangkok, Thailand.
“In the post-Covid era, there is no return to before – it is crucial for companies to provide access to a distributed network of workplaces designed for collaboration, productivity and deeper engagement,” says Ang.
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