Whether you're in Hong Kong on business or if you're looking for the perfect studio in TST, The Nate delivers and sets a new standard of living in the city
There are so many things to do in Tsim Sha Tsui that it’s one of our fave neighbourhoods in town. From eating delicious indian food at Kailash Parbat to killing zombies at Sandbox VR or exploring the surrounding markets in Kowloon, you’ll never be bored in TST. And if you’re looking for somewhere in the area to call home, then you will definitely want to meet The Nate. Bursting with soulful contemporary design, thanks to the wonderful team at Charlie & Rose, this is definitely a place that you’ll want to lay your head. Only problem is that you may never want to leave.
Colour and style abound at The Nate Studios
THE NATE by District15 is paving a new way forward for living in Hong Kong, and we're on board. Check the full story here: https://bit.ly/2zvYSfx
Posted by Honeycombers Hong Kong on Friday, November 2, 2018
Praise to the heavens that Hong Kong-based design firm Charlie & Rose was tasked with executing the city’s newest studio apartments in TST. Any guest that takes a room in the urban living concept will be happy to know that the team has injected some colour into an industry that usually errs on the side of white, neutral and beige.
In fact, this new development by District15 and Pamfleet Real Estate Funds, is an entirely new way of living in Hong Kong, offering a unique living solution complete with exceptional communal kitchen, lounge and rooftop facilities that blend form and function with a lighter environmental footprint.
Each of the 71 studios features its own unique design and is inclusive of an en-suite bathroom; some even have baths (unheard of in Hong Kong!) Warm woods, crisp linen and pops of colour create idyllic retreats away from the big city, and we really love how much natural light flows through the property.
Location, location, location
The Nate also ticks the boxes when it comes to location, sitting smack-bang in the middle of TST and Jordan. Guests can step outside and find streets packed full of restaurants and bars, while wonderful Kowloon Park sits just opposite.
Those who don’t want to leave can just head up to the rooftop and enjoy the Arizona-feels created with plenty of cactuses and terracotta.
We’re loving this innovative way of using space in the city.
The Nate Studios, 176 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 尖沙咀彌敦道176 號