Wiredscore also announced that several Hong Kong-based developers and real estate groups have pursued WiredScore certifications in their buildings in the city.
SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - Real estate certifications company Wiredscore has expanded its presence in Asia Pacific with a new office in Hong Kong. The international company first launched into Asia Pacific at the start of this year with its regional headquarters in Singapore.
“Hong Kong is one of the top-ranked financial hubs globally, with huge potential to maintain this strong position, supported by progressive landlords and developers providing user-centric offices fit for leading global organisations,” says Thomasin Crowley, global director of APAC at WiredScore.
WiredScore offers its namesake certification which consists of a global digital connectivity rating scheme, working with landlords and developers to assess and improve buildings. It also has a second certification called Smartscore for smart buildings, helping landlords to improve and communicate user functionality and technological foundations of their assets.
The opening of its Hong Kong office coincides with an announcement by WiredScore that several Hong Kong-based developers and real estate groups have pursued WiredScore certifications in their buildings in the city.
The developers comprise Henderson Land Group, Nan Fung Group, Sun Hung Kai Properties, Swire Properties, as well as a joint venture between Sino Group and Empire Group.
“We are thrilled to bring our expertise and certifications to Hong Kong and we are proud to be working with some of the most forward-thinking landlords in this market,” says Crowley.