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Hong Kong retail landlords turn vacant spaces into food courts to attract local consumers as tourist dollars dry up

Landlords and property investors are converting vacant retail spaces into food courts as businesses in the city adjust to the slump in tourist arrivals, forcing a shift in focus to cater for local consumers. At the basement of Jardine House in Central, Hongkong Land in June turned a portion of the floor into BaseHall, a food hall comprising eight food and beverage (F&B) concepts and two bars. It was previously occupied by restaurant Grappa’s Cellar. In North Point, Wor The Food made its soft…

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