Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is the home of Compass Offices, having begun life here in 2009. Now, Compass Offices serves local and international businesses with 21 business centres located in 8 of Hong Kong’s districts across both Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
 
Hong Kong is famed for its tower-studded skyline, dense population (about 7 million inhabitants) and fast city life. The prosperous island is the centre of economy, politics, entertainment, and shopping with its southern part noted for sea shores and bays.
 
As a major port and global financial centre, Hong Kong has been hailed as the gateway to Asia. The city has served as a stepping stone for businesses seeking to tap into the lucrative Asia Pacific market.
 
With the increasing costs of leasing an office space in Hong Kong, serviced offices may be the solution for your business as it helping you take care of the low priority office concerns while you focus on building and growing your business. Whether you’re looking for occasional office space or you’re expanding into Hong Kong, Compass Offices has a wide range of office spaces located in prime areas to satisfy your business needs.
 
Explore the range of serviced offices, virtual offices, meeting rooms and co-working spaces at our business centres below:

Central

With eight Compass business centres located in prime locations within Central, you have plenty of office options from within the heart of Hong Kong.

Central Building | China Building | Champion Tower | Cheung Kong Center | The Center | Man Yee Building | Silver Fortune Plaza | World Wide House
 
This hub is where many major financial companies have their Asia headquarters: the looming Bank of China Tower designed by I.M. Pei, the glassy and reflective Citibank Plaza, the flexible HSBC Building are all planted here, along with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, housed in Exchange Square.

Central Station is a transport hub, connecting the Island Line, Tseun Wan Line, Tung Chung Line as well as the Airport Express. The latter runs from IFC mall, delivering passengers to the airport in half an hour, ideal for squeezing in last minute meetings. Ferries connect Central to all the islands in Hong Kong. Major bus and tram routes start here.

Wan Chai

Compass has two business centres located in Wan Chai:

88 Gloucester Road | Tesbury Centre

If you can’t find what you’re looking for in Wan Chai, you’d be hard pressed to find it anywhere else in the city. Set between Admiralty and Causeway Bay MTR Station, Wan Chai houses office towers, parks, dive bars, wet markets, restaurants, hotels and also the city’s biggest exhibition hall.

The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) is one of Hong Kong’s two major exhibition venues (the other being the AsiaWorld-Expo, located past the airport). Each year, major events like the notable Art Basel are staged at HKCEC. Web Summit’s Rise conference, a huge tech event, debuted at HKCEC last year.

Transportation in Wan Chai is accessible with MTR trains, trams running through the northeast part of Hong Kong Island, buses and ferry services from Wan Chai Pier to Tsim Sha Tsui.

Sheung Wan

Compass has four business centres in Sheung Wan:

136 Des Voeux Road Central | Infinitus Plaza | Nan Fung Tower | Yardley Commerical Building

Sheung Wan, a stone's throw away from commercialised Central, is dotted with coffee shops and small, local businesses, a wonderful blend of traditional and modern Hong Kong.
 
There are an increasing amount of small tech startups choosing to establish their base here. It is easy to see why – from the dozen printing services to a selection of cheap eateries, Chinese and Western – there are both business solutions and fun pasttimes in this area.  

Sheung  Wan is an ideal way to gain quick access to the quieter parts of Hong Kong, with Sai Yin Pun and Kennedy Town to its West. Sheung Wan Station is connected to the Island Line. There are trams and buses running through to Western Market. The Hong Kong-Macau Ferry Terminal shuttles pasengers between Hong Kong and Macau.

Causeway Bay

Compass has two business centres in Causeway Bay:

68 Ye Wo Street | The Lee Gardens

Causeway Bay might not look large on a map, but it is incredibly easy to get lost in this densely packed area. Sitting between Wanchai and Fortress Hill, this area boasts a myriad of restaurants hidden away in tall buildings and endless shopping options

Causeway Bay is one of Hong Kong’s most famous shopping destinations. Notably there’s Time Square, not to be confused with its eponymous New York inspiration.  A public open space in front of Time Square features a variety of seasonal exhibitions and provides plenty of selfie opportunities

Transportation is easy; Causeway Bay station is on the Island Line, running from Kennedy Town to Chai Wan. Alongside trams and busses, Causeway Bay has minibuses that run all over town.

Read more about Hong Kong in our Compass City Guide.

North Point

Compass has one business centre located in North Point:

AIA Tower

Discrete and often overlooked, North Point is a predominantly residential area in Hong Kong offering one of the longest harbourfront walkways. Sandwiched between Causeway Bay and Quarry Bay, its prime location between two main centres and cross-harbour interchange MTR status makes it desirable for many offices to establish a base here.  
 
There’s no shortage of food options in North Point. For the adventurous, try the seafood restaurants above the Java Rd wet market. The most famous is the Tung Po Seafood Restaurant, once featured on Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations. It is a crowded space that sells fresh and cheap seafood, sautéed simply in garlic or deep-fried to a crisp. You’ll have to fight to get a seat during dinner hours, as the indoor dai pai dong (food stall) is a destination for tourists and locals alike

North Point is the interchange station for the Tseung Kwan O Line and Island Line. Ferries also connect North Point Ferry Pier to Hung Hom, Kowloon City and Kwun Tong.

Mongkok

Compass has one business centre located in Mongkok:

Langham Place

If a photographer were to ever fall into a creative dry spell, Mong Kok has what it takes to cure any aesthetic ailment. Saturated with neon lights, local eateries, nightclubs, and streets crawling with tourists and locals alike, Mong Kok is one of the city’s busiest districts, a truly impressive superlative for Hong Kong.
 
For one, Mong Kok is famed for its outdoor markets. Some highlights include the Ladies’ market on Tung Choi Street, which stocks paraphernalia ranging from clothing to phone accessories. There is also Flower Market Road, an area that is frenetic around February, around the start of the lunar New Year. Then, locals duke it out for the freshest flowers to auspiciously ring in Chinese New Year.

Prince Edward Station and Mong Kok Station connect to the MTR Tsuen Wan and Kwun Tong lines. Mong Kok East Station connects to the East Rail Line.  There are plenty of bus and minibus routes that connect to Mong Kok.

Tsim Sha Tsui

Compass has two business centres in Tsim Sha Tsui:

Silvercord | China Minmetals Building

Tsim Sha Tsui, or TST. Sitting on the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula directly opposite Victoria Harbour’s Central, TST is only one stop away from Admiralty Station but offers a completely different yet equally immersive experience from Hong Kong Island.

For cultural stimulation, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre are located at the waterfront. Other attractions include the Avenue of Stars, situated along the Victoria Harbour waterfront.  Hotels located here include The Peninsula, InterContinental, Sheraton Hotel, The Mira Hong Kong, Hotel ICON and more.
 
The frequently running Star Ferry connects TST to Central and Wanchai. Other ferries go out to Guangzhou, Macau and mainland China. There are also major bus terminals by the Star Ferry, and several bus stations leave to go to Shenzhen from TST, perfect for those traveling to the mainland for business trips.

Admiralty

Compass has one business centre in Admiralty:

Admiralty Tower 2

Within walking distance from Central, this area is sometimes thought of as a continuation of Central’s office buildings. But with its own major shopping centres, governmental buildings and numerous four and five-star hotels, Admiralty is much more.

Admiralty houses the CITIC Tower, Lippo Centre (known amongst locals as the koala building, as the façade resembles koalas climbing a tree), British Consulate General Hong Kong, Bank of America Tower and other major buildings. The area is also home to the Central Government Complex, which includes the Office of the Chief Executive, the Legislative Council Complex and the Central Government Offices. 

The Admiralty MTR Station serves as an interchange station between the Island Line and Tsuen Wan Line. There is a major bus terminus above.
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Central

Central Building

Located on the corner of the prestigious streets of Queens Road Central and Pedder St, Central Building is considered as one of the best locations in Hong Kong.

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Central

Cheung Kong Center

Cheung Kong Center is one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious and iconic building addresses, located in the heart of the Central financial business district.

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Central

China Building

The China Building is one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious and iconic building addresses located in the heart of the Central financial business hub.

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Central

Man Yee Building

Situated in the heart of Central Hong Kong, Man Yee Building is a prime location strategically placed for direct access to the Hang Seng Bank Building, Exchange Square, and IFC buildings.

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Central

Silver Fortune Plaza

Situated in the heart of Central Hong Kong on Wellington Street, the 24-storey Silver Fortune Plaza is a great location for all business purposes.
 

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Central

The Center

As the second tallest building in Central district, situated in the heart of the Central financial business hub, The Center is one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious and iconic building addresses.
 

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Central

World Wide House

Located on the corner of the prestigious streets of Queens Road Central and Pedder St, World Wide House is one of the best locations in Hong Kong.

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Central

Champion Tower

Situated in Hong Kong’s Central Business District, Citibank Tower is one of the city’s most prominent building addresses. 

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Wan Chai

88 Gloucester Road

Located in the heart of Wan Chai, 88 Gloucester Road is a great location for all business purposes.
 

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Wan Chai

Tesbury Centre

Thanks to its prime location on Queen’s Road East, Tesbury Centre is nestled between the busy streets of Admiralty and Wanchai, with both MTR stations being just a few minutes away.
 

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Sheung Wan

136 Des Voeux Road Central

136 Des Voeux Road Central is an A-grade 21-storey office tower that is located in Sheung Wan with easy access to Hong Kong’s Central Business Area.
 

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Sheung Wan

Infinitus Plaza

With stunning harbour views available from most offices and direct access to multiple transport options including Sheung Wan MTR from within the building, Infinitus Plaza is a fantastic location for any business.

$100 Day Desk available at Infinitus Plaza!

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Sheung Wan

Nan Fung Tower

Conveniently located between the Central and Sheung Wan districts of Hong Kong, Nan Fung Tower is a 26-storey tower ideally suited for companies looking to be in the heart of Hong Kong’s main business area.
 

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Sheung Wan

Yardley Commercial Building

Yardley Commercial Building is located in the heart of Sheung Wan right next to the Western Market building and connected to the Central Elevated Walkaway.
 

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Causeway Bay

68 Yee Wo Street

In a quieter corner of Causeway Bay yet still within walking distance to major shopping, entertainment and business areas such as The Lee Gardens and Times Square, 68 Yee Wo Street is a perfect location for your serviced office, virtual office or meeting. 
 

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Causeway Bay

The Lee Gardens

Located in the heart of Causeway Bay on Hysan Avenue, Compass Offices Lee Gardens is one of Hong Kong’s most sought-after addresses.

$100 Day Desk available at The Lee Gardens!

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North Point

AIA Tower

Located in the heart of North Point, one of Hong Kong’s fastest growing business hubs, especially for creative and media companies.
 

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Mongkok

Langham Place

Located in the heart of Mong Kok on Argyle Street, Langham Place is one of Kowloon’s most prestigious buildings.

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Tsim Sha Tsui

China Minmetals Tower

China Minmetals Tower offers a convenient location for both central and east Tsim Sha Tsui.
 

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Tsim Sha Tsui

Silvercord

Located on Tsim Sha Tsui’s infamous Canton Road, Silvercord is one of Hong Kong’s most sought-after business addresses.

$100 Day Desk is available at Silvercord Tower!

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Admiralty

Admiralty Centre

Admiralty Centre is strategically located for direct access to the surrounding buildings, malls, and government offices (including the German Consulate, British Council and Hong Kong Law Courts).
 

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