The English name of Central Center is super simple - "the center, but the design is ingenious. In order to avoid the back alleys of the surrounding buildings, the architect used stainless steel frame to elevate the whole building more than 20 meters, reducing the sense of constraints, full of space at the bottom. It is one of the buildings participating in the performance for "Mirage Wing Xiangjiang". Adjacent to the escalator from Central to Mid-mountain.
Whether in Tsim Sha Tsui on the other side of Victoria Harbour or at the top of Taiping Mountain, the Central Centre is very prominent. As the fifth tallest building in Hong Kong, it can stand out from skyscrapers everywhere. The design of the building is like twisting two squares like magic cubes into 90 degrees. The whole glass curtain wall always looks shiny.
Standing downstairs and looking up at the central building, I don't think it's so tall. I wonder if it's really the fifth tallest building in Hong Kong. If you look down at the tall building, the section is like two square 90 degree stacks of staggered layers. The two giant bulls downstairs make people feel that this is Wall Street in Central. The street lamp in front of the building also shows the red and green of the current stock market. Hong Kong is indeed the capital of finance.
Very good. There are many office buildings and restaurants around. It's very convenient to get to the airport.
Hong Kong Central Center is a skyscraper in Hong Kong, located in the central part of Hong Kong Island. If you look at the panoramic view of Hong Kong from the top of the hill, you will find that the nearest and tallest building on the left side of the high-rise of the International Financial Center is the Central Centre of Hong Kong.
Central is an inch of land and an inch of gold. The fifth tallest building in Hong Kong.
Central is the commercial center of Hong Kong, where the top office buildings, shopping malls and bars, Lan Kwai Fong, are concentrated. Its position in Hong Kong is like that of Tianhebei to Guangzhou. And walking up from Suhao District here, you will appreciate the characteristics of the lofty houses on the hillside, and the longest group of outdoor automatic pedestrian elevators in the world is connecting the central to the semi-mountain areas. The lofty Pavilion on the top of the hill and the square on the top of the hill are the scenic spots that visitors must visit.