The Executive Centre to Open Third Serviced Office Centre at TAIPEI 101 Tower

Taipei 101
Taipei 101

TAIPEI, Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/

The Executive Centre, Asia Pacific’s leading premium serviced office provider, is set to expand its operations in Taipei by opening its third centre at the 5th tallest skyscraper in the world: the TAIPEI 101 Tower on Level 57.

The Executive Centre is acclaimed for its premium fit-outs, client-oriented services and state-of-the-art infrastructure. It has established a strong presence in Taipei over the last decade and serves a number of multinationals including Google Taiwan, RBS, AXA, Barclays and China Merchant Securities. The new centre, which is expected to open in April 2014, will provide fertile ground for local and multinational companies expanding and starting up businesses in Taipei.

Jacqueline Lin, Head of Taipei, The Executive Centre said, “We are very excited to launch our third centre, which marks a significant milestone for The Executive Centre and the company’s expansion in Taipei.

“Since we established our presence at Taipei 101 (Level 37) in 2005, the growth in market demand for serviced offices at this one-of-a-kind address has seen no sign of slowing. With this new centre, we will be operating two centres within the same superlative office building which will not only reinforce The Executive Centre’s commitment to this market, but also bring greater flexibility in resource management and availability of office and meeting facilities. This will allow us to provide a more satisfying experience for our clients.”

At 509 meters (1,670 feet), Taipei 101 Tower stands an icon of Taiwan. Designed by renowned architect C.Y. Lee, Taipei 101 seamlessly captures fine Asian aesthetics blended with modern technology. Holding LEED certification as the world’s largest “green” building, it employs a Mega Structure System allowing a safe office environment with 24/7 accessibility. The building also features a high-end shopping mall as well as indoor and outdoor observatories which draw visitors from all over the world.

Expanding from the current centre on Level 37, the magnificent new centre on Level 57 at Taipei 101 will offer premium serviced offices and workplace amenities with maximised views, natural lighting and high quality furnishings. With a modern interior office design fully equipped with the latest IT technology, communications system, video conferencing facilities and Herman miller executive modular furniture, the new centre will continue to provide the most flexible and dynamic solutions for leading businesses to meet their workplace needs.

Taipei is a buoyant and growing international business centre, and its economy is experiencing a rebound on the back of favourable government policies and improving cross-strait trade relations with mainland China. Under the impetus of the flourishing services and IT sector and strong market sentiment underpinned by low unemployment levels, the market demand for prime office space in Taipei CBD is booming.

Jacqueline Lin continued, “As of today, the new centre is already 70% occupied with a tenant portfolio dominated by clients in the finance, consulting and technology sectors and including some of the world’s top multinational brands. We are extremely pleased with the demand from the international market for The Executive Centre at Taipei 101 Level 57. It proves there is a real need for five-star serviced offices in Taipei.”

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About The Executive Centre

The Executive Centre is Asia’s leading premium serviced office provider with 60 offices in 20 cities. Founded in 1994, it operates in Hong Kong, Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Macau, Taipei, Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Mumbai, Singapore, Jakarta, Tokyo, Seoul, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. The Executive Centre provides serviced offices, virtual office representation services, meeting and conference facilities, and business concierge services to multinational corporations, small and medium enterprises, and start-ups locally, regionally and internationally.

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