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Causeway Bay (Chinese: 銅鑼灣) is a heavily built-up area of Hong Kong, located on Hong Kong Island, and covering parts of Wan Chai District. The western border of Causeway Bay is considered to be marked by Canal Road, which separates it from the Wan Chai area. Causeway Bay borders the Eastern District.
Causeway Bay includes Tsing Fung Street, Causeway Bay market, the Victoria Park, the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Jardine's Noonday Gun, the Police Officers Club, Queen's College and the Hong Kong Central Library.
Causeway Bay is one of Hong Kong's major shopping districts. It includes the 13-storey Japanese-style department store Sogo, as well as shopping centres such as Times Square and Hysan Place.
There are also smaller malls such as World Trade Centre, Windsor House, Hang Lung Centre, Fashion Island, Fashion Walk, Lee Garden One and Lee Garden Two. Causeway Bay is one of the most crowded and central areas in Hong Kong.
Causeway Bay is home to the world’s most expensive retail space. According to Cushman & Wakefield survey of high-street retail rents, Causeway Bay has overtaken New York’s Fifth Avenue for the top spot, with rents of US$2671 per sqft per year.
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Lee Shau Kee, the city’s second-richest man, announced his plans to step down as chairman of Henderson Land Development Co. Tuesday.
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Hong Kong is showing signs of a housing correction, compounded by the US-China trade dispute and the first interest-rate increases for the city in over a decade.
The opening of the high-speed railway between Hong Kong and Guangzhou may assuage the housing crisis in the Chinese SAR.
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