Langham Place is a commercial complex and shopping centre in Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The official opening was on 25 January 2005. The complex occupies two blocks defined by Argyle Street, Portland Street, Shantung Street and Reclamation Street. Shanghai Street separates the two portions of the complex, which are connected via two overhead walkways. A hotel is on one side of the development while the commercial elements are located on the other side.
Langham Place Tower has a gross floor area of 17,000 m2 (180,000 sq ft), and comprises a 59-storey office tower, a 15-level shopping centre with two basement levels, a 665-room hotel and a car park with 250 parking spaces.5 The complex is connected to the Mong Kok Station of the MTR via an underground passage (Exit C3).
Located in the heart of Mong Kok on Argyle Street, Langham Place is one of Kowloon’s most prestigious workspace buildings. This location has a number of signature restaurants, international retail options and local trendy brands, as well as the award winning Cordis Hotel on site – a perfect base for traveling business people.
With its centrally based location and direct access to Mong Kok MTR station, Langham Place can be easily accessed from all parts of Hong Kong and even the Chinese border.
The business centre has a modern, spacious feel with high-quality serviced offices, meeting rooms and breakout areas. Langham place is a great option if you’re planning to locate your business on Hong Kong’s mainland.
The office tower is a 255.1 m (837 ft) skyscraper and was the tallest office building on the Kowloon peninsula when it launched.
Construction of the office tower, which contains 7,200 m2 (78,000 sq ft) of space,5 began in 1999 under the design of Wong & Ouyang (HK) Ltd. and The Jerde Partnership and was completed in 2004. The tower has 59 office floors above ground and 5 underground floors which are used as a car park. Each of the floors above ground has a floor plate of approximately 1,600 m2 (17,200 sq ft).5
The Langham Place Office Tower is one of the ten tallest office buildings in Hong Kong when measured up to the highest architectural point, which is the dome. The tower's dome illuminates at night and changes colour slowly in a light show on weekends and holidays. The entire tower is covered in light-reflecting blue glass which is separated at two intervals by grey glass.