At 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon, within minutes to the developing West Kowloon Cultural District, International Commerce Centre (ICC) developed by the Sun Hung Kai Properties can be seen from nearly everywhere on both sides of the Victoria Harbour. The imposing, skyscraping building stands 118-storey high and 490 metres above sea level. Inside, it houses The Ritz Carlton Hotel Hong Kong, the sky100 Observation Deck, SkyDining 101, and 2.5 million square feet of premium Grade A office space. Amongst its distinguished office tenants are the regional headquarters of major international financial houses.
The emblem of International Commerce Centre is the initials ICC. The letters were intricately designed like a flying and flag-like green silk. Silk has long been associated with tenacity, refinement and elegance, and green is the symbol of rejuvenation and love for the environment -- qualities we aspire to.
With 360° view over Victoria Harbour and Kowloon, ICC commands a panoramic view of Hong Kong Island and Tsim Sha Tsui. The skyscraping building locates at the southeast corner of the podium garden “Civic Square” on top of the Kowloon Station complex. Being a transport hub, there is a High Speed Rail, a bus terminal, an MTR stop and an Airport Express stop underneath ICC. Flanking the “Civic Square” are W Hong Kong Hotel, The HarbourView Place luxurious service apartments, and the most upmarket ring of residential towers in Kowloon West and Tsim Sha Tsui. The heart of Tsim Sha Tsui and the Star Ferry are just a short bus hop away or a short walking distance; even the traditional central business district of Hong Kong across the harbour is just one MTR stop away or a short cross-tunnel ride by ICC’s own shuttle bus, as is the chic IFC shopping mall (Transport connections).