188 Temple Street, Jordan
Temple St frontage: Approx. 13 ft.
Sell with tenancy G/F: 800ft2 Suitable Trade: restaurant, bar, jewellery, watch, appliance, fashion, beauty salon, hair saloon, furniture, laundry MapBrochure
Price : HK$14M
Approx. 1,372 ft2 （Gross）
Ning Po Street, Jordan
Sell with tenancy G/F: 372ft2, 1/F: 1000ft2 MapBrochure
Price : HK$49M
Approx. 400 ft2 （Gross）
Nathan Road, Jordan
Honour House Nathan Rd frontage: Approx. 13 ft.
Sell with tenancy MapBrochure
Price : HK$33M
Approx. 800 ft2 （Gross）
Woosung Street, Jordan
Man Chik Building
w/ back door, toilet
Suitable Trade: restaurant, bar MapBrochure
Price : HK$22M
Approx. 745 ft2 （Net）
Man Ying Street, Jordan
Man Fai Building
Suitable Trade: restaurant, bar, beauty salon, hair saloon, car showroom MapBrochure
Price : HK$20M
Approx. 750 ft2 （Gross）
Temple Street, Jordan
Temple St frontage: Approx. 9 ft.
w/ mezzanine, back door, toilet
Sell with tenancy G/F: 430ft2 Suitable Trade: restaurant, bar, jewellery, watch, appliance, fashion, beauty salon, hair saloon, laundry MapBrochure
Price : HK$173M
Approx. 10,108 ft2 （Gross）
Tak Hing Street, Jordan
Jordan is an area in the Yau Tsim Mong District of Hong Kong. It is located between TST and Yumatei. The unofficial area is named after a road of the same name. It is an old area. There are many old mixed use buildings along Jordan Road.With increasing number of new development, the area is gradually transforming.
jordan is located in the central part of the Yau Tsim Mong District, as suggested by the name of some bus stops nearby. The area (specifically the western portion) is still known as Kwun Chung, especially before the MTR metro system went into service in 1979.
Like most of southern Kowloon, Jordan is entirely developed and urbanised other than a few small parks. Motor and pedestrian traffic throughout most of the day is very dense.