Mid-Levels East is generally referred to as the hillside above Admiralty, east of Hong Kong Park and extending to Wong Nai Chung Gap Road. The area is sparse with greenery and the population density is relatively lower here than compared to the nearby areas. The views from the apartments in the Mid-Levels East can often be spectacular overlooking Wan chai, Causeway Bay and some even the Hong Kong Stadium.
The area has always been appealing to expatriates, especially families that are looking to rent or buy property in Hong Kong. The apartments in Mid-Levels East can include older style mid-rise apartments built in the 50s, and more modern apartment developments that make a statement. Notable roads in Mid-Levels East include Kennedy Road and Stubbs Road.
Kennedy Road is a long stretch of road that extends from Mid-Levels Central all the way east down to Wan Chai, a variety of apartments can be found on this road, from smaller two bedroom apartments to large 4 room apartments that can easily accommodate a family. Rental prices of apartments found here can vary greatly, but can be considered in the low to mid range. Stubbs Road has mostly older but more spacious apartments, the newer developments on this road include Hong Kong’s tallest and one of the most visually stunning apartment buildings called “Highcliff”, which has a towering 75 storeys and is 252 metres tall.
Another popular area in Mid-Levels East is Shiu Fai Terrace, located above Stubbs Road this seemingly secluded area is popular for its spacious low-rise apartments and offers a sense of exclusivity. Living or renting in Mid-Levels East can position you close to many well known Multi-national Schools and private hospitals.
Information on Mid Levels East provided by Home Net, Licensed Hong Kong Real Estate Agency.