Living in Causeway Bay
Known as the retail heart of Hong Kong, Causeway Bay is a high density residential, commercial and financial district that borders Wan Chai to the west and North Point to the east, and is widely regarded for its proximity to all that the city has to offer.
Properties: high-rise tower blocks that range from compact and older style, all the way up to contemporary luxury with gyms, tennis and squash courts and harbour views. The area is popular with young professionals seeking convenience and/or a solid investment.
Amenities: every restaurant, café, boutique, luxe mall, gym, hotel or spa known to the human race can be found within its colourful maze of winding streets. International and local offerings abound, with the district known as the place to not just shop, but also enjoy global culinary outlets. On the harbourfront section of the district is the popular Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club’s main clubhouse.
Transport: Causeway Bay is served by its own MTR station on the Island Line, which whisks passengers to Central in just over 10 minutes. A mini-bus ride to Admiralty takes less than 10 minutes. Taxis are plentiful at all times of day and night.
Perks: ideal for those seeking convenience, easy access to transport, shopping, nightlife and dining. There are also strong investment opportunities.