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Why You Should Choose HK Works To Be Your New Office

By Sponsored content 3 June 2019
With the self-employed, remote workers, and contract workers on the rise, and more people in regular employment working flexibly, traditional offices are in decline. Many freelancers, small companies, and more are choosing to use co-working spaces over private offices for a gamut of reasons. The only downside is many of these shared office spaces can come at a hefty price. If you're loving the idea of a co-working space, but can't help wince at the price, allow us to introduce you to the latest co-working space in Hong Kong, HK Works.
Combining the benefits of a co-working space and your own private office, HK Works offers both the flexibility and convenience of a co-working space, as well as the lower cost and privacy of regular, bare-shell office space. With this ideal combination, HK Works’ offices are great for freelancers, start-ups, and growing companies alike.

Different Private Office Options

HK Works


Regus Spaces

Bare-shell Office

Furnished Yes Yes Yes No
Meeting Room Yes Yes Yes No
24/7 Access Yes Yes Yes
Individual AC Yes No No No
24/7 AC Yes No No
Private Office From $2,000/desk From $4,950/desk From $3,900/desk Rent + Utilities + Furnishings, etc.

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Not Your Gym, Just Your Office

Unlike many co-working spaces in the market, HK Works isn’t trying to be your yoga studio, your neighbourhood café, or your happy hour bar — you already have many favourite places to go to for that. What they do want to be is your office a calm, quiet place for you to focus and be productive. Their bright, minimalistic space provides a range of facilities that cater to your needs, assisting you in getting your work done with no distractions and no hassles. Their services include:
    • 24/7 secure access and a locked door to your private office
    • Individual ACs in each office for complete control of your working temperature
    • High-speed WIFI
    • Full pantry with instant coffee, tea, filtered water, microwave, kettle, fridge, basic cutlery and utensils, and a Nespresso machine
    • Access to a printer, copier, scanner with a generous monthly quota
    • Daily mail delivery
    • Daily housekeeping of shared spaces
And the best part? All of these services are included in your affordable monthly membership!

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Location, Location, Location

HK Works has cleverly positioned itself just five minutes away from Wong Chuk Hang’s MTR station, a short, ten-minute train ride away from Admiralty. Previously an industrial district, Wong Chuk Hang is now poised to be Hong Kong’s next cultural hotbed. The hip neighbourhood is home to a bustling art scene, with a number of new galleries and numerous stunning murals from 2017’s homegrown street art festival, HKWalls, scattered around the district. What's more, you can order from a range of small eateries around the area and have it delivered straight to your doorstep. If you fancy getting some fresh air, there are also plenty of under-the-radar cafés where you can grab coffee from. Breathtaking green mountain views at close proximity to the heart of Hong Kong also add to the area’s charm. What more could you want?
If you’re still not convinced, go ahead and enter our competition to WIN a private office for up to FIVE people for one month or see for yourself if this is the right place for you with their FREE co-working Thursday's. 
Disclaimer: This article is created in partnership with HK Works, and does not represent our personal views.
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