Shops up for tender at Hong Kong Kai Tak station on MTR extension line

By Luke Barras-hill |

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The Tuen Ma Line will connect areas in the East Kowloon district, which are yet to be served by railways within the existing MTR network.

Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTR) has launched an open tender for two shop units at Kai Tak station.

Located on a portion of the new two-section Sha Tin to Central Link line (Tuen Ma Line Phase 1) that connects the New Territories to Hong Kong Island, Kai Tak is one of a number of new stations under construction as the MTR network expands its capacity.

The units available cover 14.4sq m and 14.5sq m and will be available from Q1 next year.


“The Tai Wai to Hung Hom Section of the Sha Tin to Central Link project will extend the existing Ma On Shan Line from Tai Wai to connect with the West Rail Line, via five new stations, namely Hin Keng, Diamond Hill, Kai Tak, Sung Wong Toi and To Kwa Wan, to form the Tuen Ma Line,” said MTR.

“It will connect areas in East Kowloon District which are yet to be served by a railway service within the existing MTR network. The company will partially open three new stations of Hin Keng, Diamond Hill and Kai Tak as Tuen Ma Line Phase 1, targeted in Q1 2020.MTR-shops-HK

Tender documents can be obtained in person at MTR Corporation Limited, MTR Headquarters Building, Telford Plaza, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon

For further information, contact the Station Retail Section of the Commercial Marketing Division, the details of which are below.

James Kwan: (+852) 2993-8860


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