How will Hong Kong’s Central, long its primary CBD, respond to fast evolving needs and even faster evolving tastes? As secondary CBD’s give rise to modern buildings and amenities aplenty, how will decentralization affect the way we live and do business? And how can Hong Kong as a whole position itself to power the GBA as the region’s CBD, and what lessons can we learn from other global cities to ensure future competitiveness?
The session was joined by Former HKSAR Director of Planning Professor K.K. Ling, William Robinson of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Don Taylor of Swire Prosperities, Peter Weingarten of Gensler and was moderated by ULI Fellow Tom Murphy.