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Harbour City, the Group's flagship property situated in the commercial hub of Tsim Sha Tsui, boasts 8.41 million square feet of prime commercial space comprising offices, retail shops, serviced apartments, hotels and club, and approximately 2,000 car parking spaces. With over 450 shops including about 70 restaurants, an art gallery, an observatory deck and a cruise terminal, Harbour City is Hong Kong's largest shopping, dining and entertainment centre.


Total GFA

8.41 million sq ft

High fashion retail frontage

1/3 mile
equivalent to the most prime section of
Tokyo - Ginza
Paris - Avenue Montaigne
New York - Fifth Avenue

Valuation (2020)

HK$ 171.2 billion
including hotels


Gross Floor Area

2.068 million sq ft

Average Occupancy (1H21)

91 %

Year-end Valuation (2020)

HK$ 90,074 Million

Brands debuting in Hong Kong/Kowloon include Valentino Beauty, MEMO, Moncler Enfant, Rituals, Annoushka, Aerie, KEF, Kakao Friends Concept Store, Mark Fast, and SHOUT Art Hub & Gallery. Brands such as alexanderwang, Delvaux, Maison Margiela, Max Mara, and Van Cleef & Arpels either upgraded or expanded. Valmont, Michael Kors, National Geographic, Ports International, and Roger Dubuis also tapped the opportunity to open shops.

Harbour City has enhanced its F&B offerings which show resilient demand. New delectable dining options include HONBO, a popular homegrown American style burger eatery, Sushi Hisayoshi, a high-end Japanese restaurant, Grill Manten-Boshi, an authentic Japanese-western restaurant, and Chicha San Chen, an award-winning Taiwanese bubble tea chain.

Targeting to strengthen its critical mass, Harbour City spares no effort in its successful spending reward scheme to encourage repeat purchases and dine-out. The coupon redemption programme and other limited-time shopping offers continue to be well received by shoppers and tenants. In parallel, great emphasis has been placed on top-notch service and irresistible member privileges to enhance VIP loyalty and attract new local spenders.

Ocean Terminal Extension (“OTE”) has been a must-see photographic hot spot of Hong Kong. The harbour front attraction is the ultimate destination for breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and enjoyment of the city skyline from all angles.

Harbour City is among the first malls in Hong Kong to incorporate art elements into mall events, making art appreciation part of people's daily lives. In addition to a number of art events held at the mall throughout the year, Harbour City has devoted a 1,000-square-foot prime retail space on Level Two of Ocean Centre for the establishment of the unique "Gallery by the Harbour". Boasting a 20-foot high ceiling and full-height glass wall, this admission-free art gallery offers visitors a unique experience of appreciating art pieces from around the world against the backdrop of the stunning Victoria Harbour.


Gross Floor Area

4.615 million sq ft

Average Occupancy (1H21)

82 %

Year-end Valuation (2020)

HK$68,546 Million

Boasting 4.6 million square feet in total, Harbour City offers the largest Grade A office portfolio in Kowloon with 10 commercial buildings including Gateway Tower 1, 2 and 6, Prudential Tower, Sun Life Tower, Ocean Centre, World Finance Centre (South and North), Wharf T&T Centre and World Commerce Centre. Harbour City remains a preferred office location for multinationals, Mainland China and local enterprises, powered by its convenient location and transportation, premium quality management, comprehensive ancillary features including the mega mall, three Marco Polo hotels, serviced apartments, a fitness centre and a private Pacific Club. This has provided Harbour City with an unparalleled competitive edge compared to "pure offices".

The close proximity to West Kowloon Station for High Speed Rail is poised to hold up demand in the future.


Gateway Apartments offers a wide range of apartment types to accommodate the unique and sophisticated demands of discerning residents. The privileged access to the exclusive Pacific Club further elevates the exquisite living experiences.