Causeway Bay is a dynamic and well-connected commercial area located in the heart of Hong Kong Island. Also known as a shopping paradise, the area has the largest concentration of department stores and shopping centres, including Sogo, Hysan Place, Lee Garden and Time Square. The large foot traffic attracts businesses from retail, hospitality, entertainment and tourism to set up office here. The vibrant environment also makes it a popular office location among a wide variety of businesses from fashion, finance to technology.
The developed business district benefits from its accessibility. With the Causeway Bay station located in the centre, it is connected to major shopping centres and office buildings from underground, allowing office workers to commute without having to leave the covered area. Since the Cross Harbour Tunnel, the busiest tunnel that connects Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, is located in the area, there are many cross-harbour buses and minibuses in this area. It is also connected to the Aberdeen Tunnel to the Southern district, as well as the Island Eastern Corridor to the eastern part of the island. Another iconic public transportation, the double-decker trams, also have a terminus here in Causeway Bay.
With a number of hotels, restaurants, cinemas and shopping centres in the area, Causeway Bay offers plenty of choices of amenities. From international hotel brands like Crown Plaza and Pullman, to exquisite rooftop bars and themed restaurants, not to mention Tokyo's Ginza-style commercial buildings filled with a range of bars, restaurants, beauty clinics, and semi-retail concept businesses, there is no shortage of entertainment. On top of it, this area is also home to some of the city's largest sporting grounds, including the Happy Valley Race Course, Victoria Park and Hong Kong Stadium. When there’s a horse race or sporting event such as Rugby Sevens, the area is often packed with people. Victoria Park is the largest public park on Hong Kong Island with several sports facilities and outdoor spaces, and it is also a popular location for events like the Lunar New Year Fair.
In terms of office space, Causeway Bay offers a diverse range of options, from modern coworking spaces to historical buildings. Many of the buildings in Causeway Bay offer stunning views of the city, with some of the most impressive skyscrapers located in the district, including Time Square One and Two, Lee Garden One to Six, Hysan Place and World Trade Centre. The young and dynamic crowd also makes it a popular hub for startups, driving the demand for coworking space and serviced offices in the area.
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