Compass Offices, a leading flexible office space provider in Asia Pacific, increases its footprint in Hong Kong with an additional 22,500 square foot of flexible office space at Infinitus Plaza in Sheung Wan.
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Compass Offices, a leading flexible office space provider in Asia Pacific, increases its footprint in Hong Kong with an additional 22,500 square foot of flexible office space at Infinitus Plaza in Sheung Wan. (Photo: Business Wire)
Infinitus Plaza is the prime office location in the Sheung Wan district, with direct access to the MTR, the Macao ferry terminal and a 2 minutes’ walk via the footbridge to the IFC mall.
Compass is expanding its operation in the building from 2 to 4 floors, bringing its corporate and professional clientele private and secure flexible office space, meeting rooms, and a modern and fully fitted business lounge and
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