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A solid, substantial skyscraper in the Western portion of Causeway Bay, the Manulife Plaza has an unusually large presence because it presents so many wide sides to the viewer. But the building is actually has a triangular footprint, minimizing its impact on pedestrian-scale life. One apex of the triangle faces out to Victoria Harbour, allowing two flat sides of the building to view the city. These views are further enhanced for people with lucky enough to have offices located in the bay windows which run up the corners.
> This was formerly the location of the Lee Gardens Hotel.
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