The Prince's Building is a 29-floor building located along the western side of the southern section of Statue Square in Central, Hong Kong. It has a 6-floor retail podium while the remaining levels house offices.
The current 29-level building was built after the original four-storey Prince's Building was demolished in 1963. It is now famous for upmarket boutique style shops including world-famous brands such as Chanel, Cartier, Alfred Dunhill and Piaget.
Located in the heart of Central, Prince's Building is easilly accessible via MTR (Central Station) and Airport Express Station. It is also part of the Central pedestrian bridge system, which links it to other major buildings in the area including the Mandarin oriental Hotel and Alexandra House.