The Executive Centre expanding its offices in Japan

The Executive Centre

The Executive Centre (TEC) opened its doors in Hong Kong in 1994 and today boasts over 135+ Centres in 32 cities and 14 countries.

It is the third largest flexible workspace business in Asia with annual turnover in excess of US$275 million. 

The Executive Centre caters to ambitious professionals and industry leaders looking for more than just an office space – they are looking for a place for their organisation to thrive. TEC has cultivated an environment designed for success with a global network spanning Greater China, Southeast Asia, North Asia, India, Sri Lanka, the Middle East, and Australia, with sights to go further and grow faster. Each Executive Centre offers a prestigious address with the advanced infrastructure to pre-empt, meet, and exceed the needs of its Members. Walking with Members through every milestone and achievement, The Executive Centre empowers ambitious professionals and organizations to succeed. 

Privately owned and headquartered in Hong Kong, TEC provides first class Private and Shared Workspaces, Business Concierge Services, and Meeting & Conference facilities to suit any business’ needs.  

For more information please visit their website.  
 

The Executive Centre expanded its serviced office in “Roppongi Hills North Tower” on 1st September

TEC expanded its serviced office in Roppongi Hills North Tower at the beginning of September. A highly renowned and prestigious building in the heart of Roppongi, the Roppongi Hills North Tower is directly connected to Roppongi station which is easily accessible to the Tokyo Metro Hibiya line and Oedo line, allowing unparalleled connectivity.  

The expansion on level 16 of the prime Roppongi Hills North Tower building adds 650 sqm of space and approximately over 110 workstations to their existing level 17 Centre presence within the building. In line with TEC’s design philosophy, the Roppongi Hills North Tower Centre is premium in both aesthetics and functionality of the space. Distinctive TEC elements such as Timothy Oulton furnishing, Herman Miller chairs, 9AM height-adjustable standing desks is still a part of the new Centre. Another strength of this location is that Roppongi Hills North Tower is predominantly occupied by multinational corporates which will provide TEC Members with a highly desirable networking community.  
 

New Centre opens in “Meguro Arco Tower” this Autumn

The Executive Centre (TEC), is set to open an additional Centre in Tokyo’s Meguro Arco Tower this Autumn. This grand opening further expands The Executive Centre’s strong foothold in the Japan market following the recent expansion of Roppongi Hills North Tower. The new “Meguro Arco Tower” Centre will feature bespoke Japanese designs bringing their high-quality and luxury ‘look and feel’ to life for their growing global membership of more than 27,000+ Members. 

Meguro Arco Tower is a premium office complex with a strong tenant profile including many international corporates and local corporates. The building is located within 5 minutes walking distance from Meguro station, which provides easy access to all of Tokyo’s central business districts and faces the beautiful riverside and has stunning views of the famous Meguro cherry blossoms in Spring. 

Opening in October on Level 7, the new Centre is spacious and artfully designed with a total of 2,845 sqm of space and consists of approximately over 500 workstations. 
 

New Centre opens in “World Trade Center Building South Tower” next April 2021

This newest centre is part of a strategy to build out TEC’s footprint in Minato-ku business area in addition to the existing Roppongi Hills North Tower Centre as TEC has observed an increasing demand for flexible workspace in this area. 

The new Executive Centre will be located on the 17th floor of the World Trade Center Building South Tower, situated in the heart of the city’s central business district. The Centre will feature all the signature TEC elements that is shared amongst their 135+ global Centres whilst embracing a distinctive and unique look and feel that pays homage to traditional local Japanese culture. Design features combine modern interpretations of traditional Japanese elements through details such as wooden room dividers, pattern walls and vintage furnishings by British designer Timothy Oulton. 
 

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