Habitat Stanley Office Opening
We are thrilled to announce our new office opening in Stanley, located just behind Pacific Coffee.
Coinciding with the new office launch, we are showcasing an exclusive Photographic exhibition 'Sai Kung Seascapes' by Verónica Sanchis, so it's the perfect excuse to stop by!
Habitat's Founder and Managing Director Victoria Allan said with the continued trend of people moving Southside, it was a natural extension for us to open an additional location here...
"Habitat has always had a leading presence and market share on the Southside. We have continued to see this grow over the last 12-18 months as demand has soared with our clients now more than ever, looking to enjoy the incredible lifestyle and all the Southside has to offer "
Located right in the heart ofStanley, our new office is an easy walk-in location allowing clients to drop in for a coffee and discuss their property requirements or just take a look at what's available in this buoyant market.
In our new office space, we plan to host regular market updates/seminars, talks and exhibitions from emerging young photographers and artisans.
Our first exhibition by photographer Verónica Sanchis 'Sai Kung Seascapes', features the beautiful and often dramatic landscapes of Hong Kong.
(Starting Friday July 2, open Mon-Fri 9:30am-6:30pm, Weekends & PH by appointment)
Verónica Sanchis is a Spanish-Venezuelan photographer based in Hong Kong since 2016. Arriving from New York, she joined Habitat as in-house photographer in 2019.
Verónica has always been fascinated by the diversity and juxtaposition of Hong Kong’s natural and urban landscapes. From shooting travel guides to freelance projects covering portraits, culture and lifestyle stories for multiple international media outlets; Bloomberg, AFP, Monocle magazine (UK), Fortune (USA), Nature, International journal of science (UK), Helsingin Sanomat (Finland), she has always discovered new gems and perspectives.
With a BA Photojournalism at University of Wales Trinity Saint David in Swansea, Wales, she was nominated for The Guardian Student’s Media Awards, Photographer of the Year and the Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales Photographic Portrait Commission.
We look forward to seeing you in Stanley, please pop in for a coffee!