HK Wan Chai Balcony Restaurant Space for Lease
Balcony Restaurant with open seating area. At hip area in Wan Chai for Lease. Atop MTR Station. Inside a trendy pedestrian avenue. High spending foodie area. Good for any upscale F&B concept!
The F&B Shop for Lease is currently a balcony restaurant space on Queen’s Road East in Wan Chai. A new and hip pedestrian walk in Hong Kong Island. High traffic lunch with high spending crowds.
This shop is located on the major road of Wan Chai. Ground floor shop connected with internal staircase to upper floor . Surrounded by new developments and office towers. Guaranteed foodie traffic!
More about Queen’s Road East [Balcony Restaurant Space for Lease]
This balcony restaurant space for rent is on Queen’s Road East (皇后大道東). It is a street in Wan Chai connecting the Admiralty in the west and Happy Valley in the east.
The settlement of Wan Chai began before British colony. At that time, Wan Chai was a small Chinese community with people residing around Hung Shing Temple.
The land north of Queen’s Road East was the result of successive reclamation.
Swire Group and Hopewell Group are the major property developers on Queen’s Road East. Swire owns most of the F& B shops around Star Street and the rear part of Queen’s Road East.
While Hopewell Group dominates more on the other side of Queen’s Road East.
With new projects like Lee Tung Avenue completed on Queen’s Road East, more F&B spaces have been put in the market for lease.
In particular, a number of overseas restaurants and bars has chosen Wan Chai as their first stop in Hong Kong.
Le Pain Quotidien (LPQ), an international bakery brand with more than 240 restaurants in 18 countries in the world, opened its first Hong Kong shop in Lee Tung Avenue.
Wan Chai is an appealing area with charisma and character. High-end restaurant and street food stalls exist side by side. Illustrating the character of Wan Chai – a mix of West and East.
Fook Lam Moon (福臨門) is called the Cafeteria of the wealthiest is located at Wan Chai.
In contrast, there are a lot of local fast food restaurants at the back of Fook Lam Moon. This interesting scene is not uncommon in Wan Chai!
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