Landlords prepare to welcome new affluent residents to Tsuen Wan with upgraded shopping malls
Tuesday, 21 August 2018 Tsuen Wan’s retail landscape is set for huge improvements as major developers open new malls and upgrade existing ones to tap the higher spending power of residents moving into upscale housing in the area. Chinachem Group, which owns Nina Tower, the tallest building in the New Territories at 89 storeys that comprises a mall, a five-star hotel and offices, is spending about HK$400 million to renovate the 10-year-old shopping centre that takes up four storeys and has 84 shops. The developer...
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