The HSBC Hong Kong headquarters building (officially HSBC Main Building) is located along the southern side of Statue Square, in Central, at the location of the old City Hall, Hong Kong (built 1869, demolished 1933). The previous HSBC building was built in 1935 and demolished to make way for the current building. The address remains as 1 Queen's Road Central, Central. The building can be reached by a 5-minute walk from Exit K of Central MTR Station or from the Star Ferry Pier.
The new building was designed by the British architect Norman Foster.