Lee Tung Street

One of four finalists in the URA Lee Tung Street Master Plan competition, our entry aims to achieve balance between urban renewal and heritage preservation. Half of Lee Tung Street will remain intact, cross streets linking Amoy Street, Lee Tung Street, and Spring Garden Lane will be created, and a phased construction program will maintain the life of the streets during the entire process. The residential towers rise from Queen’s Road East towards Johnston Road, creating a varied skyline while allocating most units towards the harbor view. A new community garden is placed at the heart of the site by removing the Spring Garden Lane refuse collection point. *In association with DPWT Design Ltd

  1. Lee Tung Street

    One of four finalists in the URA Lee Tung Street Master Plan competition, our entry aims to achieve balance between urban renewal and heritage preservation. Half of Lee Tung Street will remain intact, cross streets linking Amoy Street, Lee Tung Street, and Spring Garden Lane will be created, and a phased construction program will maintain the life of the streets during the entire process. The residential towers rise from Queen’s Road East towards Johnston Road, creating a varied skyline while allocating most units towards the harbor view. A new community garden is placed at the heart of the site by removing the Spring Garden Lane refuse collection point. *In association with DPWT Design Ltd