The Wavy Weaving Wall at The Mills in Tsuen Wan. The Mills’ revitalisation project was inspired by a cluster of mill factories going back to 1954. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The Wavy Weaving Wall at The Mills in Tsuen Wan. The Mills’ revitalisation project was inspired by a cluster of mill factories going back to 1954. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Cyrus Fong
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Cyrus Fong

Conservation over quick profit? How heritage and revitalisation projects are infusing new energy into old properties in Hong Kong

  • Nearly 130 monuments and 1,444 historical buildings in Hong Kong are categorised into three grades, based on their heritage value
  • Conservation and revitalisation projects, while paying tribute to the history of Hong Kong, have the potential to energise surrounding areas, boost rents and property prices.

The Wavy Weaving Wall at The Mills in Tsuen Wan. The Mills’ revitalisation project was inspired by a cluster of mill factories going back to 1954. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The Wavy Weaving Wall at The Mills in Tsuen Wan. The Mills’ revitalisation project was inspired by a cluster of mill factories going back to 1954. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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