Whole 29th floor of office building at Queen’s Road Central is on sale for $514m

The 13,769-square-foot property will be sold on “as-is” basis with vacant possession.

The entire 29/F of No. 9 Queen’s Road Central, an office building connected with the Central CBD, will be on sale via public bidding until 12 noon on 20 September 2023.

CBRE, the real estate agent for selling the area, said it is near The Landmark shopping mall and hotel complex and Central MTR station. The 29/F is located in the high zone with a gross floor area of 13,769 sq. ft.. The place also offers a highly efficient floor plate and an airy 3.9-metre ceiling height which invites abundant natural light into the space. 

“The southernly views facing Government House enjoy stunning mountain greenery views, whilst the northernly side offers spectacular sea views of Victoria Harbour. The building is vertically served by 5 lifts, accessible from the ground floor lobby,” read the CBRE statement.

The supply of high-quality strata-Grade A commercial buildings in the core-Central is lacking. Since the completion and strata-sale of 9 Queen's Road Central, the building has been in demand by occupiers and investors seeking high-quality space as trophy investments. 

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