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Star House has 50,800 square feet (4,720 m2) of commercial space.
The first Star House (Godown) was a two storey warehouse structure built in 1923 for The Hong Kong and Kowloon Wharf and Godown Company, Limited and demolished around 1963 to make way for the current 19-floor retail and commercial concourse, which was completed around 1967.
- McDonald's – basement
- Eslite Bookstore – 2-3rd floor
- Peking Garden Restaurant – 3rd floor
- Consulate General of Cambodia in Hong Kong – 6th floor. It is one of two foreign missions located outside of Hong Kong Island.
- Godown / Star House (1st generation) at gwulo.com
- "A Review of the Development of the Hong Kong Museum of History in the Past 30 Years", Hong Kong Museum of History website
- Stokes-Rees, Emily (22 May 2014). "Recounting History. Constructing a national narrative in the Hong Kong Museum of History". In Knell, Simon; Aronsson, Peter; Bugge Amundsen, Arne. National Museums: New Studies from Around the World. Routledge. p. 341. ISBN 9781317723141.
- McDonald's Star House on OpenRice
- Diplomatic Missions of The Kingdom of Cambodia Abroad
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