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Hong Kong gets new mall

Hysan Place is just a month away from opening its doors at Causeway Bay in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong property investment company Hysan Development is due to open Hysan Place, a 17-floor retail mall with over 120 shops, on August 10.

The 450,000 sqft shopping destination will offer a retail experience including fashion to beauty to culture, lifestyle and dining.


Among the fashion brands that will open at the mall are Gap, Hollister, Red Valentino, and New York fashion brand Nanette Lepore which will be its first landing on Hong Kong.

Eslite, the largest bookstore chain in Taiwan that makes Hysan Place its home for its first outlet outside Taiwan, adds a cultural dimension to the mall with a 41,000 sqft store spanning three floors.

The earlier announced T Galleria (a brand of DFS Group) and Jasons Food & Living will bring consumers a wide array of beauty and lifestyle options.

Hysan Place also distinguishes itself with its ‘concept floors’ that are tailored for the special needs of shoppers. The ‘Garden of Eden’ on the sixth floor, themed on ladies’ secret indulgence, houses a myriad of lingerie, fashion, beauty and dessert brands.

Interior designer Alex Choi takes inspiration from the elements in the Garden’s story, and incorporates leaf ceiling and floor features, apple and tree artwork and snake skin pattern across the entire floor’s decoration.

The seventh floor features a “shoe-lovers’ paradise”.

Hysan Place boasts a plethora of all-day dining options. They include the ‘Kitchen 11’ concept – 11 self-service restaurants on the 11th floor – as well as a wide variety of international cuisine choices offered by new concept restaurants on the 12th to 14th floors.

A centralised restaurant electronic booking system will allow customers to continue shopping with the peace of mind that their bookings will not be missed.

The Sky Garden on the fourth floor allows shoppers to enjoy a refreshing moment surrounded by lush landscape right in the heart of the bustling district.

“Hysan Place is creating a unique retail destination and offering an exceptional shopping journey for consumers, making it a new must-visit spot in Hong Kong,” said Hysan Development Company chairman Irene Lee.

Deputy chairman and CEO Siu Chuen Lau said that Hysan Place not only offers architecture that is at the forefront of international design standards, but also demonstrates that environmental friendliness, business and fun can co-exist.


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