About the space
A business centre in the prime site of Gloucester Road, in the heart of the bustling Wan Chai district, five minutes' walk from Wan Chai Subway (MTR) station. Major bus lines stop right in front of the building, including a free Shuttle Bus to the Airport Express station. The first exit on Island Corridor (Gloucester Road) is conveniently accessible with a drop-off in front of the office, as well as a covered drop off area for cars and taxis (Luk Kwok Hotel entrance). Situated adjacent to two elevated (one covered) walkways leading to Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (including TDC: Trade Development Council), key Government departments including Inland Revenue and Immigration, and other landmark buildings such as Central Plaza, Sun Hung Kai Centre, China Resources Building, Harbour Plaza, and Wan Chai Ferry terminal.
Business residents will enjoy professionally managed, grade-A office space, highly-regarded in Hong Kong for its high quality, excellent value and on-site facilities, including marbled main reception area and elevator lobby on each floor. Offices feature high ceilings (3m), large windows, dedicated female/male toilets and executive toilet/shower facilities, as well as an in-house private high security car park (for hourly and monthly rental available). There is an award winning Chinese restaurant, Western buffet/a la carte cafe, lounge bar for until late night snacks and drinks at Luk Kwok Hotel adajent the building.
The centre boasts easy access to wide range of retail (food, amenities, computer, home improvement), commercial (banks, ATM, trading, law, CPA and company secretarial), and entertainment establishments, fashionable restaurants and bars. Adjacent to Starbucks, Pacific Coffee, and Cafe Habitu the property is just a short walking distance to Delifrance, California Fitness, Mark & Spencer Food Market and two 7/11s.
Surrounded by wide choice of serviced apartments and homes for rental or purchase, the property is in close proximity to wide range of other hotels including Grand Hyatt, Harbour View Renaissance, and Novotel.