Qi Feng Capital, which owns the V-Point building in Causeway Bay, is planning a pop-up that will bring together eight to 10 streetwear brands and collectors next month. Photo: Robert Ng Qi Feng Capital, which owns the V-Point building in Causeway Bay, is planning a pop-up that will bring together eight to 10 streetwear brands and collectors next month. Photo: Robert Ng
Qi Feng Capital, which owns the V-Point building in Causeway Bay, is planning a pop-up that will bring together eight to 10 streetwear brands and collectors next month. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong’s commercial landlords ‘make noise’ with pop-ups, battle to not be forgotten as long-term tenancies dwindle

  • V-Point building in Causeway Bay is planning an event that will bring together eight to 10 streetwear brands and collectors next month, after the success of a similar event in November last year
  • Pop-ups ‘better than being vacant’, says Oliver Tong, head of retail at JLL

Topic |   Retail properties
Qi Feng Capital, which owns the V-Point building in Causeway Bay, is planning a pop-up that will bring together eight to 10 streetwear brands and collectors next month. Photo: Robert Ng Qi Feng Capital, which owns the V-Point building in Causeway Bay, is planning a pop-up that will bring together eight to 10 streetwear brands and collectors next month. Photo: Robert Ng
Qi Feng Capital, which owns the V-Point building in Causeway Bay, is planning a pop-up that will bring together eight to 10 streetwear brands and collectors next month. Photo: Robert Ng
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