Kowloon Bay, situated between Kai Tak and Kwun Tong, was a former industrial hub in Hong Kong. It has undergone a tremendous revitalization thanks to the Energizing Kowloon East redevelopment project led by the local government. Today, it is divided into residential area and modern commercial district, where the area near the Kowloon Bay MTR station is residential, while the area near the waterfront is industrial and commercial.
The redevelopment project brought new high-rise buildings into the area, such as the Enterprise Square One, Two, Three & Five. The modern design and facilities attracts companies from various industries, especially banks, insurance, consumer goods and manufacturing. Hang Seng Bank, Nike, Puma and MTR Corporation are among the established companies that settled their office in this district.
In terms of accessibility, Kowloon Bay offers convenient access to the rest of the city. With the Kowloon Bay MTR station located in the middle of the residential and commercial area, alongside a number of public transportations including buses, minibuses and taxis, commuting to and from Kowloon Bay is incredibly easy. Apart from public transports, the nearby Eastern Harbour Crossing connects Kowloon Bay to the Hong Kong Island, making it an ideal location for businesses seeking an upscale and affordable address.
Kowloon Bay offers plenty of amenities for its residents and office workers. Even though there is only one boutique hotel in the area, the neighbouring Kwun Tong and To Kwa Wan offers plenty of boutique hotels for accommodation. Most of the restaurants and cafés can be found in the shopping malls, namely Megabox, Telford Plaza and Amoy Plaza. Megabox is a popular spot for kids and family friendly facilities like indoor playground, playhouses, ice-skating rink and IMAX cinema. It also houses the largest Ikea store in Hong Kong, along with department stores and homeware outlets. The latter two malls cater towards the local residents, selling a variety of goods including electronics, clothings, drugstores and supermarkets.
Another notable establishment is Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, formerly the international airport of Hong Kong. Today, it is a leisure spot offering the stunning Victoria Harbour view. Recently it has transformed into an international cruise terminal, welcoming international visitors to Hong Kong. Not far off the cruise terminal is the Kowloon Bay International Trade & Exhibition Centre (KITEC), which is a buzzing event space that hosts concerts, shows and exhibitions. It is also home to popular Cantonese television channel, ViuTV.
In Kowloon Bay, there is no shortage in regard to office space. Office buildings in demand, including Enterprise Square One, Two, Three & Five, Capitol Tower A&B, as well as Billion Centre and Exchange Tower, offer workspace solutions from flexible coworking spaces, furnished serviced offices to traditional offices. Industrial buildings such as Kowloon Bay Industrial Centre also provide spacious spaces for businesses.
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