The IFC is actually made up of two buildings: Tower One and Tower Two. Tower One is made up of 39 storeys and four trading floors. Tower Two is a well-known landmark in Hong Kong, being the second tallest building on the island. It opened in December 1998, and its first tenants included: ING Bank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp, Fidelity International, and the Financial Times and more.
Both IFC towers have been featured in various Hollywood films, including; Lara Croft and The Dark Knight, where both protagonists leapt from IFC 2 and IFC 1 respectively.
This is where you will also find the IFC Mall — a popular shopping location for those wanting to splurge on luxury products and retail brands, as well as a number of indulgent restaurants.
International Finance Center, Central, Hong Kong, +852 2295 3308