Din Tai Fung

On Wednesday July 3 we hosted our first Wine Wednesday at The Nate. From 7-9pm we left bottles of wine out in the communal area for our residents to enjoy, and we were ecstatic to see residents chit chatting while enjoying wine.

Our First Wine Wednesday

On Wednesday July 3 we hosted our first Wine Wednesday at The Nate. From 7-9pm we left bottles of wine out in the communal area for our residents to enjoy, and we were ecstatic to see residents chit chatting while enjoying wine.

Success! Photography with Iris Event

Thank you for joining our Nate resident Iris Cheng led a 2-hour photography workshop last Saturday!

Elements Mall

Located 20 minutes away from The Nate by walk, MTR, and 8 minutes by Taxi, is the Elements Mall. If you are in need of a shopping, dining, or entertainment experience all in one, this mall is the place to go!

Pop up co-art exhibition
Pop up Co-art Exhibition

On 11 July 2019 6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, come and join District15 Platforms for a multifaceted opening event, spanning the 12,000 square feet retail podium at The Nate.

Wine Wednesdays *Residents Only*

Every Wednesday starting July 3rd, Nate residents can come enjoy a couple glasses of wine, on us!

Hong Kong Museum of History

Just a ten-minute walk from The Nate is the Hong Kong Museum of History. No matter if you are new to Hong Kong or have been living here for an extended matter of time, you are sure to learn something new while at this museum.

Photography & Beer with Iris

Join in a 2-hour workshop led by your fellow Nate resident Iris, founder of FeminArt (IG: @iris_feminart) and a professional portrait photographer.

Classpass
Classpass Workouts near The Nate

The Nate is lucky enough to be partnered with Classpass, a monthly fitness membership that provides access to different studios and gyms worldwide.

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Location is everything

Location is everything, and that is what makes The Nate so great; it only takes 6 minutes from The Nate to reach Hong Kong Island. Best, we are situated at the intersection of Nathan Road and Hillwood Road, in the heart of Hong Kong’s business district — Tsim Sha Tsui.