Regus (Hong Kong) has 12 private offices and 2 virtual offices available to rent in 99 Queens Road Central, Hong Kong Island Hong Kong as at 10 December 2022. They have offices ranging in size from 1 to 20 people, and the average desk price is HK$3,277 per week.
1 - 20 people
97 sq. ft. - 1292 sq. ft.
A Grade Building
Hong Kong’s fifth-highest skyscraper and landmark in its own right, The Center has a structure made entirely from steel. Most notably, the building is encased in low-voltage neon bars that increase in number with their height, and are a key part of Victoria Harbour’s hugely popular nightly light show performance. The Centre offices are located in one of the tallest skyscrapers in Hong Kong's central business district. The surrounding area is one of the most important financial districts in the world with the offices situated close to major financial, banking and government headquarters. There are panoramic views over the harbour and of the city from many of the offices and meeting rooms. This stunning building is notable for its neon lights which are arranged as bars and light up in increasing frequency towards the top of the building. Most of the building is devoted to office space with some retail at ground level. The Center is one of the few skyscrapers in Hong Kong that is entirely steel-structured with no reinforced concrete core. It is located on 99 Queen's Road Central in the Central, roughly halfway between the MTR Island Line's Sheung Wan and Central stations. The Center is notable for its arrangement of hundreds of neon lights arranged as bars in increasing frequency towards the top of the building, which slowly scroll through the colours of the spectrum at night. During the Christmas season, the building's neon arrangement follows a festive motif and resembles a Christmas tree.
The English name of the building uses the American spelling "The Center" despite the vast majority of similarly-named buildings in Hong Kong using the spelling "Centre" as a result of Hong Kong English's British origins. The direct translation of the Chinese name of the building is "Central Centre" or the "centre of Central", even though the building is in fact near the boundary of Central and Sheung Wan (Wing Kut Street).
|Other Parking Options||Street Parking (Paid);Public Car Park (Paid)|
|Parking in Building||Yes (Paid)|
|Parking Cost per Month||6599.99|
|Retail/Cafe in Building|
|After hours security|
|Building Grade||A Grade Building|
|Concierge in Foyer||Yes - Personal ID required|
|No of Floors||73|
|Hung Hom Station||55 mins|
|Sheung Wan Station||3 mins|
|The Center; Queen's Road Central||4 mins|
|Hong Kong H K Heliport (HHP)||15.2 km|
|Hong Kong Intl (HKG)||37.4 km|
|La Lune||2 mins|
|The Code||3 mins|
|Pacific Coffee||1 min|
|Pret A Manger||1 min|
|King of the Ring Muay Thai||2 mins|