The Center - 99 Queen’s Road Central
Hong Kong - Prime Office For Sale in Central

The Center

Located in Queen’s Road Central, which is inevitably the most core address in Central, spectacular main lobby with over 10m high ceiling height, grand lobby and office portion start from 9/F to 79/F, and are divided into 7 lift zone, 346 metre tall – which is the 5th tallest building in Hong Kong with panoramic Victoria harbourview from mid zone up, Over 60,000 sq.ft. of and public garden (Cheung Fat Garden) and greenery space, with great investment and collection value.

39/F, The Center will be subdivided into 12 units, the only strata small units in The Centre with seaview for sale.

Property Information:

Subject Property:     39/F, The Center, No. 99 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong
Subdivided Area:     approx 1,841sf - 3,140sf (individual units could be merged)
Possession:     To be sold with vacant possession
Remarks:     The above information on floor area has not been verified, intending purchaser should consult their own professional advisers and make their own verification as to the accuracy of the same.
 Property Number :     INV20190454S
 Advertisement Date :     8 May 2019
 
 

 

 

Key Contacts

Peter Yuen

Peter Yuen

E-100802
Managing Director / Head of Department
Investment & Sales (HK/MO)

Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4436

 

Louis Lai

Louis Lai

E-118425
Director
Investment - Office Sales

Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4275

 

Tommy Chan

Tommy Chan

E-300420
Senior Associate Director
Investment - Office Sales

Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4457

 

Henry K. F. Chu

Henry K. F. Chu

E-251507
Manager
Investment - Office Sales

Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4550

 
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