The State Theatre in Hong Kong’s North Point area. It was listed as a Grade I historic building in March 2017. Photo: Winson Wong
The State Theatre in Hong Kong’s North Point area. It was listed as a Grade I historic building in March 2017. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong’s land-starved builders seek heritage projects for urban plots, cultural cachet

  • In the past, some might choose to demolish old properties, but now developers are keeping these structures voluntarily, says Hong Kong Institute of Architectural Conservationists executive
  • Buyers and renters of such developments will feel they are status symbols, says Knight Frank’s Alnwick Chan

Topic |   Hong Kong property
The State Theatre in Hong Kong’s North Point area. It was listed as a Grade I historic building in March 2017. Photo: Winson Wong
The State Theatre in Hong Kong’s North Point area. It was listed as a Grade I historic building in March 2017. Photo: Winson Wong
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