Desk-one, The Pioneer Of On-Demand Cowork-study Space, Opens Its Third Location In Hong Kong

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Desk-one launches its third on-demand co-working and studying space in Tsuen Wan, following the success of the flagship Causeway Bay and Mong Kok spaces.
Under 2 years since its first concept launch, Desk-one has witnessed tremendous growth. Desk-one’s flexible pricing structure has continued to attract a closely-knitted community among freelancers, digital nomads, working professionals as well as students to join their space.

Desk-one creates a “Third Place”

Stylishly-designed and purpose-fit workspace with panoramic views and plenty of natural lights, Desk-one has successfully created a “Third Place” (i.e. outside the first place “home”, the second place “offices/schools”) for the space-demanding working-round-the-clock Hongkongers. This is the space to work or study on-demand, efficiently and effectively.

All the 3 Desk-one locations in Causeway Bay, Mong Kok and Tsuen Wan, combine the best elements of cafe (quality hand-drip coffee with a cozy environment), library (tranquillity and magazine selections), and co-working space (proper work environment with community support).

“Co-working not only belongs to the privileged tech start-ups, but also belongs to a much wider community. At Desk-one, we believe a well-designed space with a full spectrum of community support, is the key to work efficiency and productivity.  Welcome to the world of co-working for everyone.” said Raymond Chow, Co-Founder of Desk-one. “From $40 per hour or $118 per day, you can enjoy our free hand-crafted coffee, drinks, and snacks; And more importantly, the key benefits of co-working. Get things done efficiently.”

Expansion to Catch-up with Rising Demand

Each Desk-one space contains three main areas, Reading Lounge, Quiet Focus Zone and Group Private Rooms, which cater people with different needs and purposes. From team meeting, temporary office, brainstorming on your next big idea, to hosting small language or craftsmanship classes, reading or studying for the next professional or language exams, Desk-one attracts people from all walks of life.

“Our passion has been bringing changes and make more options available to our community. We are a team of change enablers. We are passionate about the flexibility and possibilities that Desk-one can create. There is an endless demand for better and more flexible space in this crowded city – we are here to meet the demand.”

For more information, please visit Desk-one’s websites (www.desk-one.hk) or Facebook/Instragram account (@deskonehk).

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