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Lee Garden Three formally launched

Hong Kong developer Hysan has formally opened its new Lee Garden Three retail and commercial complex in Causeway Bay.

The development, which has been trading since June, features more than 20 themed stores across five floors, including Starbucks’ first Hong Kong flagship with a store area of 5500sqft. Other incoming brands launching at LG3 include A Happy Pancake from Tokyo, John Anthony Chinese restaurant, KitchenAid’s first flagship in Hong Kong, and BoConcept furniture chain.

Lee Garden Three also features 380,000sqft of office space over 21 floors. The complex has been designed with sustainability in mind, earning US Green Building Council’s LEED (Core and Shell) Gold pre-certification and Hong Kong’s BEAM Plus New Buildings Provisional Platinum Certification. It features Hong Kong’s first sky jogging track in a commercial building.

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Hysan currently offers a high-speed Wi-Fi service and more than 100 digital panels throughout the Lee Gardens Area, and especially in Lee Garden Three, where digital-savvy millennials are a key audience for the development. A paperless electronic coupon system has been installed throughout the complex.

Hysan’s chairman Irene Lee said Hysan has put down deep roots in Causeway Bay. “Today, the Lee Gardens Area – ‘The Heartbeat of Hong Kong’ – is one of the most vibrant communities in the world. Lee Garden Three marks a new milestone in its development, enriching the quality life experience provided by the Lee Gardens Area by offering new experiences and an ideal working, leisure and lifestyle hub for all.”

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