Exchange Square (Hong Kong)

Exchange Square (Hong Kong)

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Exchange Square (Hong Kong)

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The Exchange Square () is a building complex located in Central, Hong Kong. It houses offices and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. It is served by the Central and Hong Kong stations of the MTR metro system.

Most part of the Exchange Square is owned by Hong Kong Land, with the remaining portions owned by the American Club of Hong Kong and the Government. The building has three blocks, namely, One Exchange Square, Two Exchange Square and Three Exchange Square, and a shopping block, namely, The Forum. The ground level also houses a large-scale bus terminus, named Central (Exchange Square) Bus Terminus, which have a large number of bus routes bound for different area within Hong Kong.

The property is the home of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong since the 1980s. It also houses many international banking and law firms including Credit Suisse, Latham & Watkins, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Allen & Overy and Allens Arthur Robinson. It is also home to the consulates in Hong Kong of Argentina, Canada, Japan, and the American Club of Hong Kong.


Hong Kong Land tendered the Government for the plot for $4.76 billion in February 1982, when the market was at a record high. Prices subsequently dropped, necessitating its debt to be restructured. In February 1983, HKL obtained an eight-year loan of $4 billion, a record. In December 1983, it announced that the plot was to be mortgaged to secure a $2.5 billion loan facility.Lau Wai-kong, , The StandardDecember 9,...
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