Nestled in west New Territories in Hong Kong, Tsuen Wan has a rich history rooted in the textile industry. Shanghai industrialists from Mainland China ventured to Hong Kong in the late 1940s, establishing textile factories where thousands of workers would create fabric and garments. Over the years, Tsuen Wan has evolved into a thriving commercial hub, with many former factory buildings being redeveloped into modern commercial spaces, including The Mills, a revitalized landmark that attracts artists, designers, and local talents. Another notable structure is Nina Tower, the sixth tallest commercial building in Hong Kong.
Apart from traditional industries such as textile and garment businesses finding a home in the area's industrial buildings, there has been a growing number of coworking spaces and serviced offices that provide relatively affordable rent options for startups. The emergence of new modern buildings, such as TML Tower and The Octagon, has also attracted both SMEs and established corporations looking for affordable rental rates, including Chinachem Group, i-Cable Communications, and Hypebeast.
In terms of connectivity, the Tsuen Wan MTR station is the first stop of Tsuen Wan line, while the Tsuen Wan West MTR station serves the Tuen Ma line, allowing convenient travel to Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. Further to the MTR, buses, minibuses, and taxis can be found throughout the area, ensuring seamless commuting to and from the area.
In comparison to other commercial area, Tsuen Wan retains its local charm. The area is known for its footbridge network, connecting plenty of malls in the area, such as OP Mall, Citywalk and Tsuen Wan Plaza, which provide a number of dining options. Other than that, local areas like Lo Tak Court can find many old-school eateries and street food including Gala Cafe, Choi Lung Restaurant and Salami restaurant. For those seeking outdoor adventures, Tsuen Wan offers hiking trails leading to Tai Mo Shan, the highest peak of the city, and scenic spots like Shing Mun Reservoir.
Businesses can find plenty of workspace options in Tsuen Wan, from refurbished industrial buildings to new modern office buildings. Other than coworking spaces and serviced offices which providing flexible workspace solutions, modern office buildings like The Octagon, TCl Tower and Nina Tower attracts advanced facilities and amenities for SMEs and established businesses. For those who are looking for cost-effective solutions, industrial buildings such as Tsuen Wan Industrial Centre and Thriving Industrial Centre can be a good fit.
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