[Yijia]The best choice for office workers who take advantage of transportation | Hong Kong 香港

Wan Chai District attracts a lot of working people from Central and Sheung Wan to live because of the convenient transportation and time saving. Even if the OT is closed, there are cars and food! The property introduced today is Yijia located at 109 Wan Chai Road, which was occupied in 2017. Yijia has 31 floors, from the 6th floor to the 35th floor, which are residential floors. There are two or four units on each floor. There are 104 units in the whole building. The usable area of ​​the units ranges from 278 feet to 892 feet, and the intervals range from open-plan to three-bedroom. All have, and half of the units have window sills, and some have balconies and working platforms. Yijia mainly focuses on open-plan and one-bedroom units, accounting for 96% of the total supply. Among them, open-plan units use open kitchens, but one- to three-bedroom units use independent kitchen designs. Yijia also has a resident clubhouse, which includes a sparrow room, a fitness room and a rest space. Sub-topic: As we all know, the traffic in Wanchai is very convenient. It only takes five minutes to walk from Yijia to the MTR Wanchai Station. In addition, the Convention and Exhibition Station connects the East Rail Line and the Hong Kong Island Line. The area is pretty quick. In addition, Queen’s Road East, Johnston Road and Hennessy Road, etc., there are many buses and minibuses passing by, and there are cars in almost all districts. Trams are also a good option if you are going to nearby areas. Sub-topic: In terms of consumption of small SOHOs in Wanchai District, there are Wanchai Market and Chunyuan Street Open Air Market nearby. It is easy to buy wet and dry goods to cook rice and soup. The revitalized Lee Tung Street has characteristic shops and tasteful restaurants, together with restaurants and bars in Wan Chai’s Ship Street, forming a small SOHO in Wan Chai, attracting many people to come here to chat about wine. If you are looking for authentic food, there are all kinds of restaurants in Wanchai Station and Chunyuan Street. Sub-topic: Abundant Recreation and Cultural Facilities Yijia is located in Wanchai District, which has abundant recreational and cultural facilities. There are Southorn Stadium and Indoor Sports Center near MTR Wanchai Station, Wanchai Sports Ground and Harbour Road Sports Center near the waterfront. In addition, there are Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Academy for Performing Arts, Arts Centre, etc., are popular venues for various music, art, exhibitions, etc. in Hong Kong. The Wan Chai waterfront area has now been transformed into a world-class waterfront promenade, with a lot of rest and green space. Neighbors can not only enjoy the beautiful scenery of Victoria Harbour, but also forget the hustle and bustle and take a rest. Yijia’s primary school net is 12 school nets, and there are many primary schools sought after by parents, such as: Hennessy Road Government Primary School, St. Paul’s Catholic Primary School, St. Joseph’s Primary School, Marymount Primary School, etc. The secondary school network belongs to Wanchai District, including Queen’s College, Marymount Secondary School, St. Paul’s Secondary School, Wah Yan College, Rose Hill School, etc. If you want to know more housing estate details, please contact Midland Property immediately. Online customer service: ▼▼View more▼▼ Go to “Midland Property” housing estate page: Go to “Midland Property”: Go to “Midland Property” new property page: Subscribe to “Midland Property” YouTube channel : Like “Midland Property” Facebook page: Follow “Midland Property” Instagram: Follow Official Account: HongKongFloorPlans (Midland Property)


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