Central Outdoor F&B Shop for Lease in HK

Property Detail

Type Status Location Sub Location Price Area (s.f.)1,792ParkingNearbyRentHK$134,000

Property Description

In dining & entertainment area. Rare Central outdoor restaurant & bar space. Equipped with F&B provisions. Guaranteed traffic for lunch and dinner!

The F&B Shop for Lease is a brand new food & beverage shop. With spacious outdoor area. High spending location in Central. It is in upstairs. Rental is more affordable than street level shops.

This restaurant & bar space with outdoor is just steps away from “Tai Kwun”, the Former Central Police Station Complex. A new dining and chill-out spot for heritage, arts, dining and leisure!

A few more Restaurants in Central, which are also taking part in our Hong Kong F&B community, are among choices at your fingertips.


More about Pottinger Street [F&B Shop with Outdoor for Lease]

This F&B Shop with outdoor for rent is located at Pottinger Street (砵甸乍街). It is a street in Central, Hong Kong.

Pottinger Street is also called  “Stone Slabs Street” (石板街). The street was paved by granite stone steps years ago. It is now a popular shooting spot in Central.

The street sits between Queen’s Road Central and Hollywood Road, connecting to Stanley Street and Wellington Street. It ends at the west of Hollywood Road, meeting with Wyndham Street.

The street is centrally located with office buildings nearby which attract F&B operators to set up their bars, clubs and restaurant.

The Envoy is a contemporary bar and restaurant on Pottinger Street. Its outdoor seating area provide a comfortable environment for dining and drinking.

Yojimbo is a night club by Dining Concepts on Pottinger Street. The club is featuring a variety of cocktails, performances and international DJ sets.


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Property Features

Rectangular layout
Outdoor Space

Location on map

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