Project Overview
Our goal is to raise sufficient funds to purchase and renovate our current premises. We plan to turn our 5400sq ft office into a multi-purpose space that will boost our effectiveness in our mission and empower us to serve the local community better.

The facility is well located in the heart of Chai Wan (a brief walk from the MTR Station), and it holds great potential for further development. Owning it will enable us to improve it, maximise its use, and reinvest the financial resources that otherwise would be spent on rent, in growing expansion needs like housing for staff and students (All YWAM staff does not receive any salary and is responsible for raising their own support).

We believe this facility is not an end in itself but is the first of those that we will acquire through the coming years as we continue to grow into a fully-fledged missional community centre, training campus, and base of operations.
Architect Profile
Samuel Wong is the Deputy General Manager of Nan Fung Development Ltd. He is a qualified architect in both Hong Kong and the US with 30+ years of extensive international experience in large scale commercial/residential developments and infrastructural/institutional projects. As an architect, Samuel is a prolific designer and builder with an impressive body of projects completed in his career, many of which received highly coveted international design awards and achieved top ratings in international sustainability green building certification.
Selected projects include:
  • The Quayside – a JV commercial development between Nan Fung and Link REIT;
  • The Mills – a flagship revitalisation of Nan Fung old textiles mills;
  • The Hong Kong International Airport Passenger Terminal Building and associated infrastructural buildings on the airport island;
  • Beijing Parkview Green Development – 1st LEED Platinum mixed-use development in China;
  • ESF Discovery College at Discovery Bay;
  • The Lily – an iconic residential building overlooking the Repulse Bay;
  • The Vine Centre 1 & 2;
  • Children’s Hospital Oakland, Ca, USA;
  • USC Cancer Hospital and Research Centre, Ca, USA

Samuel offered his professional help to Gateway when we first moved into our Chai Wan premises in 2010. We are extremely grateful for his continued support to our ministry in providing pro bono advice to the replanning and renovating our current premises. We are excited to collaborate with him again as we envision the new chapter of YWAM Gateway together.
Architectural/Interior Designer
Zino Chan was raised in New Zealand and architecturally trained under one of the most prestigious architects of the country to specialize in stand alone life style houses and mansions. He now offers his skills to aid NGOs in renovations and ministry work in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Nepal.
Imagine with us...
Office Space
Communal Area
Flat Roof
Note: These photos are conceptual images. We will include updated images in future publications.
Budget and Fundraising

HK$ 25M Project Budget

Property Price:
$ 18.50M
Legal Fees / Admin:
$ 1.30M
Demolition & Structural:
$ 0.50M
Renovation:
$ 2.00M
Air Conditioning:
$ 0.50M
Electrical & IT:
$ 0.50M
Plumbing and Drainage:
$ 0.30M
Furniture & Equipment:
$ 0.25M
Contingency:
$ 1.15M

* Currently, we are still in the early stage of the renovation project, and we will produce another update once we have a more accurate cost of the projected budget.
Key Project Milestones

Fundraising Overview

Secured Funds**:
$ 17.8M
Remaining Goal:
$ 7.2M
1st Target (Sep 30, 2021):
$ 2.0M
2nd Target (Jul 31, 2022):
$ 5.2M

** A partnership fund from a group of families that will become joint property owners with YWAM Gateway.