In a country like Hong Kong, where land is scarce, rental costs for private office units are at an all-time high.
This makes it rather difficult for new business owners, given their limited budget, to begin with. Fortunately, there are co-working spaces, a more affordable office rental option. A co-working space is a shared space where working professionals meet and work independently. Today, most start-ups opt for those over private office units because co-working spaces offer basic furniture, entertainment, and a rest area, which are more than enough. Most importantly, it isn’t as commitment-heavy and expensive as renting a private unit.
The International Financial Centre (IFC), an integrated commercial development area in Hong Kong, houses powerhouse organisations like Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), Four Seasons Hotel and IFC Mall. Having your office situated nearby the IFC means being exposed to endless opportunities. Not to mention, the prestige.
Eaton Club is a premium flexible workspace solution. known for its strategically-located co-working spaces in the Central, Kowloon, and Wan Chai districts (coming soon) of Hong Kong. The one in the Langham Place office tower, Kowloon district is closest to the IFC, making it one of our more potent co-working spaces.
Eaton Club Langham Place
Eaton Club Langham Place is located in Mong Kok, Kowloon, which was described as the busiest district in the world by the Guinness World Records. Mong Kok is a fusion of old and new multi-story buildings comprising a diverse selection of shops and restaurants. Langham Place is one of the finest office towers in the vicinity, boasting a strategic location and an abundance of nearby amenities. Inside the tower resides Eaton Club’s co-working space.
Eaton Club Langham Place is a jack of all trades and master of all, offering services like co-working spaces, hotdesking, multipurpose lounge, and event spaces.
The interior design concept of Eaton Club Langham Place revolves around people and space. Collaborating with Rocco Design Studio, this co-working space is designed to be highly flexible and environmentally and user friendly. As a start, the customized workstations and office chairs are all multi-purpose. There are also mobile pedestals that come with washable and changeable cushions, effectively reducing wastage. Furthermore, the walls are demountable, making it easy to reconfigure the space when needed.
If there’s no need for your employees to clock in daily, you may consider hot desking at Eaton Club Langham Place, Hong Kong. Hot desking is the practice of renting office desks as opposed to renting an entire space. It is the most affordable option, highly recommended for smaller groups with flexible work schedules. The absence of owning a personal and permanent space isn’t always bad, as it means less commitment and maintenance.
Eaton Club Langham Place, Hong Kong is known for having one of the best lifestyle lounges in a co-working environment. This lively working enclave lives and breathes the spirit of Mong Kok, an easygoing and flexible neighbourhood, resulting in a youthful and welcoming environment that’s reflected in their lounge. The experts at Rocco Design Studio believe in the power of versatility and spatial organization, hence why the Lounge is a go-to for luncheons, business meetings and even after-work drinks.
Eaton Club Langham Place is an aesthetic masterpiece. Decorated for all occasions alike, its event space is the venue of choice among both locals and non-locals for events ranging from fashion shows to after-work cocktail receptions. With its open panoramic view of the city, it’s no surprise that this event space is highly sought after all-year-long. Furthermore, the catering services by Cordis Hotel is sure to bedazzle your tastebuds.
Given the flexibility of the services and beautiful interior design of Eaton Club Langham Place, it is probably the best premium serviced office solution you can find now in Hong Kong, but we’ll let you be the judge of that. To find out more about everything mentioned above and more, head over to the Eaton Club website now.