The new project will be the newest large floor plate building in Central in 18 years.
The 36-storey Henderson project of Henderson Land Development Company Limited is poised to be an icon of Central, according to JLL.
The project, which will be developed in a 465,000-square-foot Grade A office tower, will be the newest large floor plate building in Central in 18 years.
“We believe the project will be an icon of Central, and a globally recognised, world-class building upon completion. It will naturally attract some of the worlds’ most exceptional businesses and brands,” Alex Barnes, head of Agency Leasing at JLL in Hong Kong.
“The office leasing market has turned active in the last few months as occupiers resume their real estate decision, including PRC firms who continued to expand in Hong Kong in the first half of this year.”
JLL added Central’s Grade A office market remains strong. It is also one of the most resilient amongst Grade A office market, supported by increased leasing demand.
The Henderson, which will be designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, is expected to be completed by 2023.
The Henderson Land had said the Grade A office tower, located at Murray Road, Central, is expected to further strengthen its portfolio of investment properties.
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