As one of the most business-active cities in Asia and one of the most popular international cities in the world, our specialist local consultant Betty Chen stresses the importance of a good location.
As such, she recommends the diverse Chaoyang District for businesses looking to move into Beijing, — there are many options to suit all business requirements, and the benefits of being close to, or in the heart of the CBD are substantial.
The office market in Beijing remains healthy with high rental levels and we deal with enquiries from local companies and international companies alike.
Prices for serviced office space in Beijing ranges from RMB4000-RMB8000 per workstation depending on location and requirements.
However, when looking at serviced offices keep in mind that these costs usually cover a variety of amenities and as such can offer great value for money.
Serviced office providers in Beijing supply a wide range of solutions and sizes of space ranging from single workstations up to entire suites that easily house up to 20+ employees.
Instant Offices are able to accommodate most enquiries, from one person through to 100 or more depending on the specifics.
Why choose Beijing?
Beijing is not only home to the majority of China’s major state-owned companies, it is also a hub for large international companies looking for a presence in China and the wider Asian market.
With impressive high-speed rail networks, and major road expressways linking the city to the rest of China as well as one of the largest airports in the world, it has the infrastructure to provide a great base for any business.
Add on top of this the vast historical and cultural importance of the city and it is clear why it is such a popular option for companies looking for a new home.
Five things that you probably didn't know about Beijing:
- The literal translation of Beijing is ‘Northern Capital’
- Shared by around 11% of Beijing’s population, Wang is the most common surname
- The Beijing Capital International Airport is the busiest in Asia
- Beijing hosted the most expensive Olympic Games in history in 2008; the estimated total cost was north of USD 40 billion
- One of the most visited sites in the world, The Forbidden City consists of 980 buildings that cover 720,000 square metres (7,800,000 sq. ft.)