Coworking Spaces and Serviced Offices in Sha Tin, Hong Kong
    Locations: 2

    Fonda Industrial Building - Sha Tin, Hong Kong

    Distance 6 min - Fo Tan MTR Exit D

    Private Offices From $1,500.00 pp/m


    Grand Central Plaza Tower 1 - Sha Tin, Hong Kong

    Distance 5 min - Sha Tin MTR Exit B

    Hot Desks $2,500.00 pp/m

    Dedicated Desks $3,850.00 pp/m

    Private Offices From $4,000.00 pp/m


    Literally translated into “Sands Fields”, Sha Tin is a mixed-use neighbourhood located along the Shing Mun River in the eastern New Territories. Historically known as Lek Yuen before British rule, the area underwent significant development in the 1970s with the New Town Development Programme. Today, Sha Tin is a mixed-usel area, with a concentration of businesses around New Town Plaza, Shek Mun and Fo Tan.

    Under the New Town development in the 1970s, key areas such as Tai Wai, Fo Tan, and Yuen Chau Kok were designed as light industrial zones, shining lights on light manufacturing like the food industry and textile sectors, as well as warehouse and godown facilities. The growing number of residential estates has also provided opportunities for retail, restaurants and others, with the recently opened The Wai shopping mall serves as an example of this trend. Furthermore, the proximity to Hong Kong Science Park and Hong Kong Chinese University attracts tech startups to the area.

    With the expansion of the MTR network, it is convenient to access Sha Tin. The Sha Tin MTR station serves the East Rail line which goes all the way to Admiralty and Lo Wu, with Fo Tan and University stations on the same line. The neighbouring Tai Wai station is also a transportation hub, serving both the East Rail line and the Tuen Ma line, which connects to Shek Mun. Connecting Sha Tin to Kowloon are several tunnels and roads, namely the Lion Rock Tunnel, Tate's Cairn Tunnel, Shing Mun Tunnel and Tai Po Road. Buses, minibuses, and green-top taxis extensively serve the area, ensuring easy commute for residents and office workers.

    Major shopping malls in the area like New Town Plaza, Home Square, and The Wai feature a range of international and chain restaurants, cafés, bars and shops. There are also hotels of different price ranges, including upscale options such as Hyatt Regency and budget-friendly choices like Courtyard Marriott Sha Tin. On Sundays, tourists and locals alike enjoy visiting the famous Sha Tin Racecourse to bet on horse races. Besides, Tai Wai is home to the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, which showcases the culture and history of the New Territories and Hong Kong via different exhibitions. For outdoor enthusiasts, the beloved cycling venue runs along Tolo Highway to Tai Po, and there are several hiking trails lead up to the Lion Rock Mountain hiking route.

    Most workspaces here are nestled within industrial buildings in Fo Tan and Shek Mun, such as Sha Tin Industrial Center and Fo Tan Industrial Centre, providing spacious and affordable solutions. On the other hand, modern office buildings in Sha Tin include Kings Wing Plaza and Grand Central Plaza near the Sha Tin MTR Station, offering modern amenities to businesses. Moreover, the area has witnessed a growing number of coworking spaces and serviced offices inside commercial and industrial buildings, providing flexible workspaces for startups, freelancers, and SMEs.

    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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