Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company has launched its largest co-working space to date, in a bid to expand the availability of ready-built facilities for Hong Kong startups.

Smart-Space 3F spans a total area of more than 26,000 square feet. It has 46 rooms with a total of 210 seats.

Working spaces are equipped with 100Mbps Wi-Fi broadband coverage, and startups making use of the space will be able to access services provided by the Cyberport Collaboration Centre.

The working rooms are open 24 hours a day, and free meeting rooms are available on booking, the company said.

"We are excited to expand our Smart-Space co-working space with the addition of Smart-Space 3F," Cyberport CEO Herman Lam commented. "[This launch] marks the milestone of our success in building a bigger and stronger start-ups community."

He noted that 160 companies are running their businesses at Cyberport Spart-Space facilities, and with the new launch more start-ups are expected to move in. These include the eight start-ups selected to take part in the FinTech Innovation Lab Asia-Pacific, the Cyberport-supported Accenture initiative.

Earlier this month, Cyberport co-led a delegation of Hong Kong ICT entrepreneurs to Silicon Valley in collaboration with HKSTPC.