Established in July 2013, 7 Mallory Street is the first preservation-revitalisation project of the Urban Renewal Authority (URA), comprising a cluster of 10 pre-war Grade II historic buildings built in the 1910s. After refurbishment by the URA, prominent features of the project such as cantilevered balconies, tiled pitched roofs, timber French doors and internal timber staircases are retained and preserved. The project also includes a 300-square-metre public open space for the enjoyment of the community.
7 Mallory Street also offers venues of various sizes for public to hire including indoor exhibition areas and multi-function rooms. They are ideal for exhibitions, seminars, workshops and community events and provide co-sharing space for the community.