Starstreet Precinct F&B Shop for Lease

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Type Status Location Sub Location Price Area (s.f.)2,500ParkingNearbyFittingBare shellLicenceNoRentHK$200,000

Property Description

Chic Location on St Francis Street. Easy access and drop-by by cars

The F&B shop is located on St Francis Street. Exclusive shop entrance. Open space on the street outside provide a perfect place to chit chat.

The unique shop layout works for a cosy business club or stylish restaurant.

It’s traditionally a destination of chic neighborhood. Easy access and drop-by by cars.

A few more Wan Chai fitted restaurants , which are also taking part in our  Hong Kong F&B community, are among choices at your fingertips.


More about St Francis Street

St Francis Street (聖佛蘭士街) is a street in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. It intersects with Queen’s Road East, St. Francis Yard and meets Star Street.

Wan Chai is a metropolitan area situated at the western part of the Wan Chai District and Northern coastline of Hong Kong Island.

The region of Star Street, Moon Street, Sun Street was the original site of the first power station in Hong Kong, operated by the Hongkong Electric Company, which began supplying power to Hong Kong Island since 1890.

Wan Chai was once first home to many Chinese villagers along Queen’s Road East which is in proximity to current Hung Shing Temple.

By the 1850s, the area was already becoming a Chinese residential area. There were dockyards on Ship Street and McGregor Street for building and repairing ships.

Starting in 1988, Swire Properties, the developer of Pacific Place, started acquiring property in Starstreet Precinct where is a neighborhood comprising Star Street, Moon Street, Sun Street, St Francis Street and Wing Fung Street.

Having acquiring a large number of properties around Star Street, Swire started transforming the area into a commercial neighborhood. Pacific Place Three is the landmark of a grade A office by Swire. They also retained ownership of shops, carparks and service apartments.

There are a number of small cafes and restaurants along the sloping St Francis Street.

Duk Yu, a local Cha Chaan Teng located on St Francis Yard, is serving breakfast and lunch for office people and residents around. Its milk tea is one of the best in town.

Pici, a new Italian joint by Pirata Group, also sets its scene on St Francis Yard.


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