The backstory of PMQ is a testament to the adaptability of Hong Kong people. The expansive site has led several past lives: A college campus, police dormitory, and now, a creative hub for local designers. A diverse mix of brands occupy the seven-story building, from indie lingerie labels to jewelry studios. Also stationed here are a handful of contemporary restaurants: Vasco, Isono, Sohofama, and Aberdeen Street Social, converted from the former police clubhouse. The atrium of the building is used as a venue for street festivals, exhibitions, and pop-up shops. Insider Tip: Head to the fourth floor for the Plateau, a lovely open-air garden open to the public. One hour of free wifi is available in 20-minute increments.