AIRSIDE is a 1.9 million sq. ft. mix-used commercial development at the heart of Kowloon East, Hong Kong CBD 2.0. Situated at Kai Tak Development Area, it is just minutes away from the Kai Tak MTR station and the Kai Tai Public Transport Interchange. The 47-storey mixed use building combines over 30 storeys of Grade A office space and a multi-storey retail complex, providing spacious single-storey office spaces for enterprises. AIRSIDE incorporates sustainable design to support a green lifestyle, and will become a new landmark for work, culture and life.
The 27-storey NovoJaffe in Wan Chai integrates business, leisure, and entertainment at one point. It is in the core business district of Hong Kong Island, adjacent to the other grade A commercial buildings in the district. The Wan Chai MTR Station, Exhibition Centre MTR Station and its public transport interchange are all within a 5-minute walk. NovoJaffe offers a wide range of units, from small to full-floor units, ranging in size from 469 sq.ft. to 3,119 sq.ft., with some providing outdoor spaces to suit the needs of different businesses. The building also features a sky garden on the seventeenth floor and a spacious lobby with modern design.
888 Lai Chi Kok Road, the exquisite grade A office building in Kowloon West, is at a favorable location for international enterprises to congregate. The building enjoys a well-developed transportation network, with a 3-minute walk to the Lai Chi Kok MTR Station. It offers the largest floor area available for sale in the district, with an area of over 20,000 square feet per floor, and sub-division units to fulfill the needs of a variety of users. The building features a 7,000 square feet podium garden, a tree garden and an executive lounge, all of which provide users with peace and tranquility in mind and achieve work-life balance.
368 Kwun Tong Road is an office building situated in Kwun Tong Business Area. It takes only a 3-minute walk to Ngau Tau Kok MTR Station. With Tuen Ma Line and East Rail Line Cross-Harbour Extension, users can effortlessly travel by rail. The 33-floor building contains a stylish glass curtain wall, which allows users to enjoy the beautiful landscape. Shops are situated on the ground and the first floor of the building, with some of them having their own private podium. On the third to the thirty-seventh floors, offices ranging in size from 654 square feet to the entire floor of 9,566 square feet fulfill various business demands. Most of the units enjoy an extra floor height of approximately 4.7 meters, and some even feature a private balcony. 368 Kwun Tong Road also provides its users with a range of facilities, including the 3-storey parking lot in the basement area and the podium garden on the second floor.
The 26-storey HDH Centre is an office building in the core business area of Causeway Bay. Its prime location attracts a number of international brands to establish a presence. The building is accessible by a 3-minute walk from Causeway Bay MTR Station Exit F1, and is close to various shopping centers, including Hysan Place and Lee Garden Two. HDH Centre is also located in the heart of the shopping and entertainment area, providing a steady stream of customers to the eateries on the third to the eighth floor. The remaining floors are full-floor offices with a high level of privacy, making them ideal for professional services businesses. The lobby is stylishly designed to create a professional, positive and empowering working environment.
98 How Ming Street in Kwun Tong is a mix of shopping mall and commercial spaces for office purpose. Featuring a 12-storey mall and two 21-storey grade A office buildings, it is expected to be the new landmark in the district. The building is in the key development area of the ‘Energizing Kowloon East’ plan, and will be developed into Millennium City Phase 8, with a footbridge connecting to Millennium City Phase 6. 98 How Ming Street is easily accessible, with only a few minutes' walk from Kwun Tong and Ngau Tau Kok MTR Station. Bus stops are also nearby, making travel to and from other districts simple. Together with APM, a shopping hub of approximately 1.1 million square feet will be formed. 98 How Ming Street is also designed to obtain Platinum ratings from both LEED and WELL, creating a sustainable workplace and retail space for its users.
Sugar in Causeway Bay is a blend of renowned cuisines outlets and lifestyle complex. It is only a few minutes' walk from the Causeway Bay MTR Station, while SOGO and other landmark shopping malls are also within easy reach, bringing a steady stream of customers. Users of Sugar+ can also enjoy the iconic view of Victoria Park and the skyline of Victoria Harbour. The 27-storey building offers full-floor units ranging in size from 2,902 sq.ft. to 3,785 sq.ft., in which standard floors enjoy an extra floor height of approximately 4.75 meters, making it ideal for catering and retail businesses.
One Continental is a mix of office and retail space located right in the cusp of Wan Chai and Causeway Bay, two of the busiest commercial districts in Hong Kong. It is adjacent to a number of office buildings, and Times Square is also close by, ensuring a steady pedestrian flow. Causeway Bay and Wan Chai MTR Station are only a few minutes walk away from the building, other forms of transportation are also available. The 30-storey building at offers city vistas and is ideal for a variety of businesses.
Landmark South is a brand new 30-storey grade A commercial property in Wong Chuk Hang, which is a key piece of the Invigorating Island South Initiative. The building is only a 3-minute walk from Wong Chuk Hang MTR Station and a 1-minute drive from Aberdeen tunnel. Landmark South is constructed with 16 storeys of office floors, and 3 storeys for retail or art gallery. It features a 4,100 sq.ft. interior greenery with an urban forest, a 9,200 sq.ft. Sky Garden, and the floor-to-ceiling windows in the lobby. Its 3-storey carpark also offers ample parking to accommodate 125 cars and motorcycles with EV charging stations.