We are pleased to announce Servcorp's newest location in Hong Kong at Two International Finance Centre! From late December 2009, Servcorp will offer serviced office and virtual office packages at this iconic location within the Hong Kong financial district.
Servcorp has long been known for the best city locations, high-quality fit-outs and service standards, and now Servcorp's leading IT and communications solutions will be available to help clients work more effectively wherever their work may take them.
"Hong Kong will become a key location in Servcorp's Asia Pacific operations. We look forward to rapid expansion in the area over the coming year and I am delighted to see our first new location opening in one of the tallest and most iconic buildings of Asia. Our new signature floor will showcase excellence with high quality suites offering spectacular views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong City. The location will offer an impressive contemporary design with an extravagant fit out using the most luxurious materials allowing our clients to operate in the finest business environment in the best building in Hong Kong." Wilma Wu, General Manager - China
Train access to Two IFC is just 3 minutes away (Hong Kong/Central Station), ferry access is from Star Ferry Pier in Central and Hong Kong airport is just 25 minutes away by Airport Express Train. The IFC complex consists of two skyscrapers, the IFC Mall, and the 55-storey Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong. Two IFC was designed by world renowned architect Cesar Pelli, is the tallest building in Hong Kong Island and the second tallest building in Hong Kong SAR. Neighbouring tenants include the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, UBS, Nomura, Blackstone Group and Ernst and Young.
Hong Kong is a global metropolitan and international financial centre and has a highly developed capitalist economy. Despite its official position as "Special Administration Region" – a territory of the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong maintains its own currency, legal system, political system, immigration control, rule of the road and other aspects that concern its way of life, many of which are distinct from mainland China.