Hong Kong Man Yee Building Offers Strategic Virtual Offices

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HONG KONG—When you want to impress clients in Asia, you want to consider taking up residence in the Man Yee Building. The class A office space includes four levels of retail space and is certified and offers three levels of underground parking.

First built in 1957, the Man Yee Building is located between Queen’s Road Central, Pottinger Street and Des Voeux Road Central in Central Hong Kong. Noteworthy is the fact that the tower was demolished in 1999 and rebuilt as a 35-story glass wrapped building.

You can rent Hong Kong virtual office space from Davinci Virtual at the Man Yee Building. Located in Central Hong Kong, Davinci offers virtual offices there for prices starting at just $100 a month. You can find some Hong Kong virtual offices for a little less and some for a little more, but this address is indeed impressive.

This Hong Kong virtual office package includes a prime business address, mail and package receipt, access to a business support center, and a lobby greeter to welcome any guests who come to pick up or drop off packages and more.

This virtual office space in Hong Kong also makes available conference room rental for $25 to $45 an hour and day time office space for $10 to $35 an hour. You can use your Hong Kong virtual office address for business cards, licensing, websites and other public materials. With Davinci Virtual, you also get access to a network of more than 3,000 meeting rooms worldwide.

Jennifer LeClaire is a veteran business journalist, editor and new media entrepreneur with a strong niche in real estate and technology.

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