I started working at Paperclip Sheung Wan this week. It has been 1.5 weeks since I moved here so I think it is quite fair to write a review about the space now.
This co-working space is located on Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan. Although it sounds quite a convenient place with MTR, buses and all that but it is actually quite far from the MTR station. It takes you about 8 to 10 minutes walk from the A2 exit.
I live in the Western district, so I took the tram to go to work, which I find it is the most efficient, as it is somewhat towards the west side of Sheung Wan. If you take the tram you will want to get off at Queen Street or Western Market.
Space is not very big there and the lighting is not very bright. Their windows are tinted so the interior looks yellowish. I suspect it is also because of the yellow walls. There isn’t much daylight that can come in through the window. So if you are looking for a bright place this might not be the best option.
However, they do have quite a nice culture there. The people who work there are quite nice. The team is also quite friendly. They also allow food in the workspace so you can pack your own lunch. They have a fridge there, but not microwave.
In terms of surroundings, it is on a Chinese dried seafood street and the infamous Yardbird is right beside the building, and can also easily access to plenty of food options in Sheung Wan within a few minutes of walking.
In a nutshell, Paperclip is cheaper than most of the co-working space in the Central / Sheung Wan area. Right now they are offering hotdesk at $1400 (original $2300) and dedicated desk at $2000 (original $3400).
They offer two days free trial as well, so I suggest you to try it out for yourself.