唐樓由葡萄牙著名建築師 A H Basto 設計，部分用作該報的員工宿舍。
An avid urban explorer ventures into a deserted Tong Lau (Chinese tenement building).
The 4-storey building with 2 units on each floor was completed in 1951. It was the residence of the founder of a prominent local newspaper that started in 1925 and stopped publication in 1995.
Designed by famous Portuguese architect A H Basto, the building also housed a dormitory for some of the newspaper’s employees.
The area had been designated by the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) for re-development, but this building was saved from being redeveloped after concern groups opposed and fought for preservation. It was rated as a Grade II historic building in 2019.
Urban exploration is based on the principles of take nothing except picture, leave no trace and not revealing the location.