Constant Tedder’s The Hive Expands Co-Workspace Empire Into Kennedy Town

Yet another co-working space has arrived in Hong Kong. This time it’s a Kennedy Town version of Wan Chai’s
The Hive.

Just two years ago, founder Constant Tedder opened up The Hive’s doors to create a productive community for creative freelancers, photographers and startups. Building upon the success of their stylish, five-floored first location, they’re ready to take on the trendy and up-and-coming Kennedy Town neighbourhood.

“At The Hive Kennedy Town, we’ve created a shared workspace, with hot desks, dedicated desks, meeting rooms, office, event spaces but also with a photographic studio and workshop area with 3D printers open to all members,” said Constant. “By joining The Hive, members become part of a community of like-minded people so work connections, collaborations and creative productivity happen more easily.”

The new open plan office, which is designed by London-based interiors company Alexander Waterworth, offers custom-made furniture, meeting rooms, a terrace and decked internal balcony for members to work and share ideas.

In celebration of the expansion, The Hive Kennedy Town combined a launch party and Open Day on Thursday, March 6th where prospective members had a chance to check out the stylish new West Island space.

Join us in congratulating The Hive’s expansion to Kennedy Town, and by the end of March – to the beautiful Sai Kung. Join them for The Hive’s Sai Kung Launch Party on March 26th!

The Hive Sai Kung

Here are some photos on the new The Hive Kennedy Town interiors – see the full gallery here.

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The Hive Kennedy Town on Startbase.HK: The Hive Kennedy Town

Constant Tedder on Startbase.HK: Constant Tedder

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