Hang Lung Properties’ Peak Galleria, an iconic landmark in Hong Kong, is nearing the completion of a comprehensive enhancement program and will soon be welcoming customers with a fresh new look and vibrant tenant mix.
The main entrance of Peak Galleria has been reimagined in a giant gem-like glass façade, which opens into a mall bustling with a new curation of local and international brands, many of which are making their Hong Kong debut at the shining new landmark. Some of the brands are expected to open in August this year.
In 2012, Hang Lung began a series of asset enhancement projects for its core properties in Hong Kong. More than two years’ in the making, the highly anticipated remodeling of Peak Galleria will build further on its long-established position as one of the territory’s much-loved landmark.
Among the many exciting new features of the renovated design, the most eye-catching visual has to be the gleaming new, gem-like, curved exterior of the main entrance. Here, at the very pinnacle of the city, shines the new jewel in its crown, reflecting the abundance of the Victoria Harbor cityscape below.
The all-glass curtain wall design is not only modernist but also serves to conduct natural light into the atrium, enabling visitors to connect with the natural surroundings and experience the changing seasons in their dynamic fullness.
In addition to the new design, the reinvigorated Peak Galleria will be the ideal place for personalized experiences and festive celebrations, providing customers with one-stop shopping, dining, and entertainment elements.
In terms of tenant mix, and in order to meet the shopping needs of different demographics, Peak Galleria is introducing more than 60 new merchants, including the famous British restaurant, Bread Street Kitchen & Bar by Gordon Ramsay, and Rajasthan Rifles, managed by head chef of the Michelin starred New Punjab Club. Some new merchants will open in this summer, including the world’s first Monopoly-themed pavilion, Monopoly Dreams.
Another mammoth tenant making its Hong Kong debut is 37 Steakhouse and Bar from Japan, with its extensive flagship outlet combining grill and sake bar concepts into a dining experience where guests can enjoy the Japanese century-old brand, Hiyama Wagyu’s top-grade beef, while sipping Japanese national treasure-grade Matsumoto sake. And Mina House, dishing up an all-day dining menu punctuated by out of this world, where the guests can enjoy a decadent dessert free-flow in the ultimate tribute to all things nice and sweet.
Specialty stores joining the exciting new tenant portfolio include Candylicious candy store from Singapore, Build-A-Bear Workshop, the one-of-a-kind teddy bear DIY workshop from the US, Cow Cow Kitchen by Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory, the new concept from the famous Japanese sweets’ brand, and the first store in Hong Kong of Wooderful Life, the popular Taiwanese cultural and creative brand.
Hang Lung Properties’ Director – Leasing & Management, Ms. Bella Chhoa said, “Peak Galleria will be re-opened in phases beginning in August this year, with its grand opening following in the fourth quarter.”
“Ready to welcome customers, the revamped Peak Galleria is poised, to lead the local shopping mall industry with the insightful brand new elements, through the provision of diverse, personalized experiences, captivating design and world-class facilities, and Hang Lung branded service excellence,” she continued.