Take advantage of an exclusive opportunity to view the revitalization measures undertaken at D2 Place ONE & TWO.
Meet at the gather point at 02:15 PM
From $300Book now
HKSAR Government announced in October 2009 a set of revitalization measures to facilitate the redevelopment and wholesale conversion of older industrial buildings. These revitalization measures came into effect on 1 April 2010. They aim at providing more floor space for suitable uses to meet Hong Kong’s changing social and economic needs.
Leveraging on the wholesale conversion policy, Laws Fashion Group converted their original Kin Yip Plaza into D2 Place One within 20 months time to create a new landmark for Cultural & Creativity Hub in West Kowloon. Being Hong Kong’s first revitalized Shopping-Mall-cum-Office Complex, it completes with 100,000 sq ft of retail space together with 140,000 sq ft of commercial space. The complex houses stylish fashion boutiques, creative markets, international F&B and lifestyle stores all under one roof. The mall features dynamic event spaces and is the first hosting Weekend Markets on every Saturday and Sunday, one of the most popular start-up platforms for young entrepreneurs in Hong Kong. A special feature of the building over 20,000 sq ft of event space and fascinating rooftop garden, D2 Place serves as a social hub to promote local culture and breed creativity as well as being recognized as one of the “Creative Clusters” in Hong Kong by CREATEHK.
Join us on an exclusive guided tour of the building, where delegates will be briefed on architectural design, building features and commercial strategy. etc.
Mr Bosco Law, CEO of Laws Fashion Group Limited
Bosco Law has been appointed Deputy Chairman & CEO of Laws Fashion Group Limited since 2010, where he leads and oversees the Group’s global operations and development strategies in Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Retail and Property Investments, with 20,000+ staff.
In terms of property investments, Bosco saw the potential market for urban renewal in Hong Kong. In early 2012, he led and initiated a series of industrial building revitalization projects, including D2 Place which is Hong Kong’s first revitalized Shopping Mall-cum-Office Complex.
Bosco Law graduated from the University of Toronto in 2001, with a Bachelor degree in Architecture, minor fine arts history. In addition to his commercial undertakings, Bosco has been also serving as: