Prince Edward Road West/Yuen Ngai Street
- 190-204 and 210-212, Prince Edward Road West, Mong Kok
- No. of buildings
- 10 shophouses
- Completion year
- Antiquities Authority Grading
- Grade 2 Historic Building
- About 1,440 square metres
- Existing GFA
- About 4,334 square metres
- Affected population
- about 29
- Affected property interests
- Affected households
- about 9
About 85% of interest has been acquired, and completed renovation works. Most of them has been tenanted out.
Commenced in September 2008, the Town Planning Board has gazetted the approved Development Scheme Plan under section 9(5) of the TPO on 12 March 2010.
Located at No. 190-220 Prince Edward Road West, it is a cluster of 16 pre-war buildings built in the early 1930's by a Belgian construction company, also known as the "Modern Flats", targeted for middle-class families at the time it was newly completed.
Some were demolished and redeveloped after the war, leaving only 10 remaining buildings. It is the largest cluster of remaining pre-war buildings in the urban area.
Revitalisation Projects and Community Spaces in the District
The revitalised cluster now offers a mix of lifestyle shops and commercial spaces, in close proximity to the historical flower market and bird market in Mong Kok. Apart from 200 Prince Edward Road West, 618 Shanghai Street is another revitalisation project in Yau Tsim Mong District, which provides multi-function event spaces for community endearing activities. For information about the community spaces, please visit: https://ura-vb.org.hk/en .