Coworking Spaces and Serviced Offices in North Point, Hong Kong
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    AIA Tower - North Point, Hong Kong

    Private Offices From $3,750.00 pp/m


    Sea View Estate Block B - North Point, Hong Kong

    Hot Desks $1,500.00 pp/m

    Dedicated Desks $2,000.00 pp/m

    Private Offices $4,000.00 pp/m

    Private Offices $4,000.00 pp/m

    Private Offices $18,000.00 pp/m

    North Point, situated in the northeastern part of Hong Kong Island, is a mixed-use neighbourhood that offers a unique blend of history, culture and modernity. During the Chinese Civil War, many affluent Shanghainese sought refuge in Hong Kong and eventually settled in North Point. As a result, the area became known as "Little Shanghai," featuring Shanghai-style restaurants, beauty parlours and barbershops. Later, the Hokkien Fujianese has moved to the area. Today, North Point showcases a mix of new commercial developments and older Chinese buildings, creating a diverse charm.

    North Point has a long history in the utilities sector, with the former North Point Power Station and the former Government Supplies Department used to be in this district. Nowadays, the presence of new modern buildings like AIA Tower and 18 King Wah Road have attracted SMEs and established corporations seeking affordable workspace and convenient access to CBDs. Renowned examples include HK Electric and The Hong Kong and China Gas Company. Besides, the North Point Government Offices on Java Road attract many businesses that require frequent visit to government departments to set up office in this area.

    With the North Point MTR station serving as an interchange station for the Island Line and the Tseung Kwan O line, together with a comprehensive network of buses, minibuses, and taxis extends throughout the area, North Point provides convenient travel options for residents and office workers. As an alternative mode of transportation, the North Point Ferry Pier offers ferry services to Hung Hom throughout the day.

    This neighbourhood is home to a number of local eateries, Instagrammable spots and recreational facilities. Upscale hotels like Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong and Harbour Grand Hong Kong provide accommodation options. Alongside Harbour North, a large shopping mall situated along the waterfront, North Point is also known for its hidden gems. For instance, Tulsi Indian restaurant is a Michelin recommended joint, while the famous street food chain, Lee Keung Kee North Point Egg Waffles, was established in this area.

    It is worth mentioning the Oil Street Art Space (Oi!) is now a major platform for emerging artists to showcase their work. The area also features indoor sports parks like Ryze Hong Kong, a trampoline park. The picturesque Fortress Hill Steps and the waterfront North Point Promenade are also must-visit spots.

    On the other hand, North Point features a mix of industrial buildings and modern office buildings, with most commercial buildings concentrated on King’s Road, Electric Road and Java Road. Modern buildings like AIA Tower, 633 King’s Road and Harbour East offer advanced facilities and amenities, while industrial buildings such as the North Point Industrial Building provide spacious and affordable workspace options. Various coworking spaces and serviced offices have also gained popularity in North Point, providing flexible workspace solutions.

    Workspace Asia is a leading serviced office broker in Hong Kong. Their one-stop platform allows businesses to explore different flexible workspaces in the city and save time by having their office experts negotiate the best deals and secure the offices for them. Over the years, Workspace Asia has helped all types of businesses, from startups and small businesses to large corporations, find their ideal workspaces for free.

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