An analysis of how office space is currently used, by whom, and where in Hong Kong. A thorough examination of the Hong Kong office landscape, supplemented with international case studies of New York, London and Singapore and demand forecasts using econometric models.
Our policy recommendations seek to provoke and inspire – we suggest a range of ways Government can increase land supply in Central, we describe the conditions needed to create successful decentralized hubs and we advocate the need for a master plan in land use strategy.
In the footnote, we also highlight the emerging trends in the property market which are likely to impact on how offices are used in the future.
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