Located on the west to Central, Sheung Wan is a perfect example of old meets new and east meets west. High-end skyscrapers like Cosco Tower and Infinitus Plaza seamlessly blend with traditional dried seafood stalls, antique boutique, historical temples, as well as a series of gourmet restaurants and contemporary art galleries. It is hard not to fall in love with this eclectic and artsy neighbourhood. A wide range of businesses have chosen this location for their offices - traditional businesses like banks and finance-related companies appreciate its proximity to Central and the value of money it offers; the redeveloped projects over the past years have breathed new life into Sheung Wan, attracting a number of small and medium businesses and startups. The mix of industries promotes networking and partnership opportunities, creating a conducive atmosphere for growth and innovation.
Similar to its neighbouring Central area, Sheung Wan can be conveniently accessed by most public transportations. The Sheung Wan MTR station is located in the heart of the district, while buses, minibuses and trams connects the area to other parts of the island. With the Western Harbour Crossing nearby, it also serves as a primary hub for cross-harbour buses and minibuses to Kowloon and the New Territories. Not to mention the Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal provides ferry services to Macau and several other cities in mainland Chines, making Sheung Wan a convenient office choice for employees and visitors alike.
The diverse area is home to historic landmarks such as the Western Market and Man Mo Temple. As you wander along Hollywood Road, you will find traditional businesses like curios shops, dried seafood stalls, Chinese medicine clinics, and even pawn shops. On the other hand, the district also offers many boutique hotels such as The Jervois and Ovolo. For those seeking culinary delights, Sheung Wan is dotted with restaurants serving gourmet western cuisine to local dim sum delicacies, and everything in between. There are also a number of bars and pubs in the area, many hidden in the small alleys, waiting to be explored.
Whether you’re looking for coworking space or traditional offices, Sheung Wan offer a range of options to meet different business needs. Many modern high-rise buildings enjoy the panoramic views of the Victoria Harbour, making them a popular office location, especially considering their rental rates are more affordable than the neighbouring Central area. For startups and SMEs looking for flexible and cost-effective office solutions, the area also accommodates a number of coworking spaces and services offices.
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