Seoul, 12th July 2015 – The Executive Centre, Asia Pacific’s leading premium serviced office provider, is pleased to announce the grand opening of its latest business centre at Glass Tower. This expansion project establishes The Executive Centre’s fourth location in Seoul.
Glass Tower is one of the most sought-after contemporary Grade-A office buildings in Seoul. Located in Daechi-dong in Gangnam area, the major commercial hub in the city, Glass tower is conveniently connected to the rest of Seoul’s Central Business Districts, such as Jung-gu and Yeouido. The building is also in close proximity to COEX Mall – a mega-complex consisting of convention centre, exhibition halls and shopping centres as well as an array of 5-star hotels including Park Hyatt Seoul and Intercontinental Hotel.
Situated on the twentieth floor, The Executive Centre at Glass Tower will offer premium serviced office suites with high-quality interior design and spectacular views of Han River, coupled with contemporary conference facilities, integrated IT and communications systems and extensive business support services. This new centre at Glass Tower comes as an addition to The Executive Centre’s existing Seoul locations at Seoul Finance Centre, Gangnam Finance Center, and Two International Finance Centre.
The opening of Glass Tower marks another milestone for The Executive Centre Seoul as it sees the roll out of the Company’s inaugural Coworking service in the city. As part of the Company’s all-encompassing workplace solutions, Coworking at the new centre embraces the “office-without-walls” concept and provides a collaborative work environment for like-minded professionals. Comprehensive tailored packages will be provided to the customers with various access needs.
Alicia Song, City Head – Seoul of The Executive Centre has shown confidence in the success of The Executive Centre’s fourth serviced office location in Seoul, “The demand for prime office buildings in Seoul is expected to remain an upward trend in 2016, driven by the revision of the Capital Market Act which lowers entry barriers for securities firms. More diversified investment in real estates is forecast and we are harbouring great hope for the new centre at Glass Tower.”
Paul Salnikow, Chairman, and CEO of The Executive Centre has stressed that the new flagship centre will play an important role “as we enter the next phase of our company’s growth.” Salnikow added that, in addition to the Glass Tower opening, The Executive Centre looks forward to continuing its “expansion in the premium serviced office market in other emerging economies in Asia.”
About The Executive Centre
The Executive Centre is the leading premium serviced office provider in Asia Pacific with over 80 offices in 21 cities. Founded in 1994, it operates in Hong Kong, Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Macau, Bangalore, Chennai, Gurgaon, Pune, Mumbai, Jakarta, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. The Executive Centre provides local, regional, and international serviced offices, virtual office representation services, meeting and conference facilities, and business concierge services to multinational corporations, small- and medium-sized enterprises, and start-ups. Please visit our web site at www.executivecentre.com.