WeWork, a platform that provides space, community, and services to help people make a life and not just a living, is setting up two more locations at Sonatus and Lim Tower 3, after its first facility in March, 2019.
Coworking startup WeWork plans to open two more offices in Ho Chi Minh City’s District 1 this month.
With flexible workspace in the spotlight as never before, there’s a growing urgency to identify which models work best.
Saint-Gobain, the building materials supply giant, has offered solutions to create the perfect office space. One of its creative ideas is a Multi-Comfort approach, which can lift personal performance by up to 20 percent.
Demand for office space is expected to remain consistently high in 2019 due to the accelerating expansion of traditional sectors (IT/Tech and Finance/Banking) as well as emerging sectors such as flexible space providers.
In addition to an attractive salary and welfare benefits, working environment and space play a key role in attracting talent as well as improving work efficiency.
Inconvenience in transportation and limited mobility have made many tenants move out office spaces in the central districts of Hanoi.
In 2018, an e-commerce giant leased an office space of 10,000sqm at Ho Chi Minh City's prime site, JLL reported. This was the biggest transaction in HCMC office market in the past decade.
Southern city 19th out of 20 cities with most expensive premium office rents in the Asia-Pacific region.