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Causeway Bay Archives

The Metacade: Web3.0’s answer to a night out on the town in Hong Kong

The Metacade is the Pong Group’s latest addition to the new-age Web 3.0 lifestyle space in Hong Kong’s bustling food and...

Analysis: Here’s why Hong Kong retail is down, but not out

Now that the tourists are no longer flooding the island, retail has been forced to evolve since the pandemic.

Calzedonia pays the price in Russell Street

Italian fashion brand Calzedonia has reportedly renewed its Causeway Bay retail lease at a 15 per cent increase.

Kowloon retail rents to rise faster than on Hong Kong Island

Colliers predicts high-street Kowloon retail rents will rise 5 per cent in Mong Kok this year and 3 per cent in Tsim Sha...

Prime retail rents in Hong Kong still top Asian rankings

Despite plummeting retail rents in Hong Kong, Causeway Bay has retained its ranking as Asia’s most expensive retail stri...

Swatch Group rent coup underlines landlord challenge

Swatch Group has secured two prime Central stores at rental rates less than half the previous tenants were paying.

Customs prosecutes retailers over trade descriptions breaches

Ongoing Hong Kong Customs probes into trade descriptions breaches have led to prosecutions and an arrest this week.

Wharf Holdings reports minor growth

Harbour City parent Wharf is optimistic Hong Kong’s retail tide has turned, after sales inched up in last quarter.

Hong Kong pop-ups: here to stay

Robert Stockdill looks at the impact of Hong Kong pop-ups on the broader retail landscape.

‘New wave’ of Hong Kong store closures ahead

A “new wave” of Hong Kong store closures lies ahead, predicts OC&C Strategy’s Pascal Martin, because retailers have over...