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As Hong Kong’s leading property search platform, House730 provides the most up-to-date information on office rental listings and leasing in Hong Kong. Whether you’re a start-up or an established company looking for expansion, House730 has a comprehensive selection of the latest commercial offices in different areas such as Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories. Here, you can browse the selection of serviced offices and co-working spaces to non-serviced and traditional office spaces for rent, filterable by price, region, saleable area, and more.
Hong Kong offices are classified into 3 tiers: Grade A, B and C – with grade A meeting the criteria of prime functionality, location, and aesthetics. Grade A and B offices are generally located in commercial city centres such as the Greater Central and Wan Chai/Causeway Bay area. However, developments in recent years have seen a surge of decentralised office markets in regions such as Kowloon East, with a high volume of cheaper yet high-quality offices establishing in new commercial precincts and mixed-use developments.
Additionally, industrial areas such as Kwun Tong and Cheung Sha Wan have attracted both growing businesses and large corporations for their wider floor plans, warehouse space, lower prices, yet proximity to transportation options. As the spread of decentralised locations continues, the Hong Kong leasing market will keep evolving as businesses seek to rent more flexible office spaces besides traditional area.
In addition to factors such as location, accessibility, and rental charges, the company’s industry and business play a dominant role when it comes to renting offices for both SMEs to large companies. Non-serviced offices often do not include infrastructure and may require an initial renovation investment in set-up. However, non-serviced offices offer total control over workplace interior and infrastructure and could be suitable for businesses with sufficient resources and a clear vision for long-term growth.
On the other hand, serviced rental offices are fully furnished, offering minimal lead times, little set-up costs and increased short-term flexibility. However, office identity or culture might be difficult to create in serviced offices and the possibility of overpaying for short-term flexibility instead of renting a conventional office space for a longer period.
Another main factor to consider is the need for storage or warehouse space. For businesses in the retail and trade industries, having an accessible space to store inventory and goods may play a crucial part in the decision-making process. Businesses with such requirements may consider renting an office in industrial areas with larger floor plans and storage facilities than companies engaging in consulting or financial services that may only need the office for clients and employees.
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