We may be in the midst of a pandemic but it hasn’t stopped major property launches and developments around the city. Whether you need somewhere cosy to hunker down for a few months or if you’re just on the lookout for a shared working place, here’s where Weave Living’s convenient co-living space comes in.

This month, the contemporary accommodation brand introduces its first Hong Kong island spot – with affordable rates and flexible lease terms – so there’s less pressure on making an actual commitment during these uncertain times.

Dubbed, Weave Suites, the 83 move-in-ready homes are suited to those preferring a cosy-looking design aesthetic and a sense of community. The property, which features fully-furnished service suites and shared common spaces, is located in the bustling Sai Ying Pun neighbourhood and is roughly two minutes from the nearest MTR.

The new establishment was created in partnership with Hong Kong-based design agency, DEFT and houses five types of modern service suite layouts plus a terrace-corner suite overlooking Queen’s Road West.

Each suite is fitted with the basics – a country-style Queen-sized bed, a work area, a storage space, a kitchenette and an en-suite bathroom with rain showers. Depending on what type of room you opt for, some of the furniture includes a cosy leather couch – which looks comfy enough to sleep on – and basic wooden tables and stools, whilst the decor revolves around earthy colour schemes such as browns, beiges and greens. Expected day-to-day services such as regular housekeeping, linen changes and brand amenities will be provided for.
The high-ceiling shared spaces – which are spread across three-floors – include several minimalist-styled working areas and two meeting rooms and is suitable for freelancers or those who work from home. Other rooms include a kitchen with high chairs and a large marble island, a living room and a gym.

To show their support for local artists, Weave Suites have also been fitted with commissioned art works by young talents. The two murals, situated on the outside and in the reception area, were created by Hong Kong illustrator Noble Sketchbook and a team of artists. One is inspired by Wong Kar-wai’s popular film, In The Mood For Love whilst the other is a nature-themed piece.