Future of offices: Hong Kong feels the heat

uncertainty caused by months of riots is beginning to take a toll on the office market

Since June, the world’s most valuable office towers have stood watch over the ongoing – and increasingly intense – street battles between Hong Kong police and protesters. As the economic costs to Hong Kong mount, the impact on the city’s real estate is starting to unfold.

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