Case Study - Industrial Service
Koon Wah Group Building - Sha Tin, New Territories

Specialist Property Services and Sectors

This project covered the whole of the 1/F and part of the G/F of the Koon Wah Group Building, which is located in Yuen Shun Circuit, Sha Tin. This is a substantial property with a sizable floor area, which is ideal for motor repair services and showroom purposes.

The Brief

The client’s showroom was originally situated in To Kwa Wan and they appointed Savills to search for a more favourable location.

The Client

Auto Italia Limited

Our Solution

Our negotiations included advising the landlord to reconfigure the premises to accommodate the tenant’s needs and also improve the property’s outlook to go with the tenant’s company image. We also advised the client to take up the premises in different stages on account of the building renovations, which was difficult at first but was finally achieved by our team.

How We Added Value

Firstly, we explained the client’s requirement to the landlord. We advised him to consolidate the premises to accommodate our client’s needs, and at the same time, to improve the property’s facade to go with the tenant’s company image.

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Our Services

Key Contacts

James Siu

James Siu

Deputy Managing Director / Head of Kowloon Savills
Industrial Development & Investment

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+852 2378 8628


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