[Press Release] IWG Launches New Flagship Signature Flexible Workspace in Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong

IWG Launches New Flagship Signature Flexible Workspace in Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong

• Signature at Gateway is the second WeWork location in Hong Kong to be reflagged to IWG in recent months

11 November, 2020, HONG KONG – IWG, the world’s largest provider of flexible workspace, operating in over 1,100 towns and cities in more than 120 countries is opening a new state of the art Signature centre providing international businesses, entrepreneurs, freelancers and freethinkers with over 50,000 square feet of innovative office space. The centre will open on 1 December 2020.

Signature at Gateway is located within Gateway Tower 5, one of 10 commercial buildings that sit on top of Harbour City. Situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui on the historic banks of Victoria Harbour, Harbour City is located in one of Hong Kong’s most sought-after business districts with an excellent transportation network and spectacular harbour views of the Hong Kong skyline.

The opening of the new centre is the second WeWork site in Hong Kong to move over to IWG’s management in recent months. The first site at Hysan Place, Causeway Bay opened on 1 August 2020 and is already exceeding target occupancy levels.

In the wake of Covid-19, IWG is seeing record levels of demand in Hong Kong as companies rethink their real estate strategy and turn to flexible workspaces during economically challenging times. IWG is uniquely positioned to provide building owners with a full suite of flexspace offerings and Hong Kong remains a key market for growth for the world’s largest provider.

Paul MacAndrew, Country Manager for IWG in Hong Kong said, “IWG is actively looking to increase its footprint in Hong Kong, at a time when a number of our competitors are retrenching. Harbour City is home to a multitude of world leading companies from different sectors, including banking and finance, retail, telecommunications and technology and with its cutting edge facilities, Signature at Gateway is a fitting addition to the IWG portfolio in the region.”

Below you can find more photos for
• Signature at Gateway (to be opened on 1 December 2020): https://bit.ly/3pfwmYA

• Signature at Hysan Place (opened on 1 August 2020): https://bit.ly/3kl6GWC

About IWG
IWG is leading the workspace revolution. Our companies help more than 2.5 million people and their businesses to work more productively. We do so by providing a choice of professional, inspiring and collaborative workspaces, communities and services.
Digitalisation and new technologies are transforming the world of work. People want the personal productivity benefits of living and working how and where they want. Businesses want the financial and strategic benefits. Our customers are start-ups, small and medium-sized enterprises, and large
multinationals. With unique business goals, people and aspirations. They want workspaces and communities to match their needs. They want choice.

Through our companies we provide that choice, and serve the whole world of work: Regus, Spaces, No18, Basepoint, Open Office and Signature. We create personal, financial and strategic value for businesses of every size. From some of the most exciting companies and well-known organisations on the planet, to individuals and the next generation of industry leaders. All of them harness the power of flexible working to increase their productivity, efficiency, agility and market proximity.

Join us at www.iwgplc.com

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Burson Cohn & Wolfe Hong Kong
Abby Lau
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+852 2963 5652 / 6244 5332

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