High Traffic Coffee Shop for Lease [Hong Kong – Central]

Property Detail

Type Status Location Sub Location Price Area (s.f.)750FittingWith fittingLicenceWith LicenceRentHK$105,000

Property Description

Hong Kong Central Stanley Street F&B Shop for lease.  High traffic foodie street in Central. Guaranteed office crowds. Busy from breakfast to dinner time!

The F&B shop for lease is located at Stanley Street. High traffic foodie street in Central, Hong Kong.  Guaranteed office crowds. Busy from breakfast to dinner time!

High ceiling. Welcoming frontage. Close to Pottinger Street, where draws traffic from Wellington Street and Wyndham Street. A perfect location for coffee shop or takeaway shop.

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 Stanley Street

Stanley Street (士丹利街) is a street in Central, Hong Kong.

The street runs parallel to Queen’s Road Central between D’Aguilar Street and Graham Street. It intersects with Pottinger Street and Cochrane Street.

It is located very close to the office buildings in Central, which turns the street to be a preferred location for many F&B operators. Both on street level or upstairs, there are a number of restaurants and bars on Stanley Street.

Stanley Street was named after Lord Stanley, British Colonial Secretary at the time of the cession of the Hong Kong to the United Kingdom.

Hollywood Road, Stanley Street and Wellington Street was settled with a majority of Japanese residents and famous of Japanese brothels in early 1900s.

Tai Pai Dong on Stanley Street is a major character in Central. It is a type of outdoor food stalls in Hong Kong, which are licensed by the government to sell cooked food, mostly street food, noodles and Chinese fried dishes.

Tai Pai Dong is also a place to fill the stomach in a quick and cheap way. In old days of Hong Kong, Peel Street and around were occupied with many immigrants from Mainland China. Tai Pai Dong became canteens for lower-income people.

Luk Yu Tea House is a long established Chinese restaurant on Stanley Street. It was established in 1933. A traditional dim-sum place in Central.

Artisanal coffee shops started to pop up on Stanley Street few years ago. Holly Brown was the first to occupy a wide shopfront shop there, later came in with fast-growing brand Coco Expresso.


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Property Features

Ground floor
High ceiling

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