Half of the 18 levels used for retail in Ladder Dundas (pictured), on Mong Kok’s busy Nathan Road, were unoccupied according to a floor directory. Photo: Facebook Half of the 18 levels used for retail in Ladder Dundas (pictured), on Mong Kok’s busy Nathan Road, were unoccupied according to a floor directory. Photo: Facebook
Half of the 18 levels used for retail in Ladder Dundas (pictured), on Mong Kok’s busy Nathan Road, were unoccupied according to a floor directory. Photo: Facebook

Pandemic leaves Hong Kong’s ‘Ginza-style’ retail towers half empty as bars, restaurants struggle for survival

  • A ban on evening dine-in services has brought many of the city’s restaurants, cafes and bars to breaking point and left them unable to pay the rent
  • A visit by the Post found ‘Ginza-style’ high-rises – built on narrow lots with one retail business on each floor – in Mong Kok, Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay were largely empty

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Half of the 18 levels used for retail in Ladder Dundas (pictured), on Mong Kok’s busy Nathan Road, were unoccupied according to a floor directory. Photo: Facebook Half of the 18 levels used for retail in Ladder Dundas (pictured), on Mong Kok’s busy Nathan Road, were unoccupied according to a floor directory. Photo: Facebook
Half of the 18 levels used for retail in Ladder Dundas (pictured), on Mong Kok’s busy Nathan Road, were unoccupied according to a floor directory. Photo: Facebook
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