China City completes major new addition

China City now offers more than tiger prawns and rice noodles.

Commercial accommodations

China City now offers more than tiger prawns and rice noodles.

The owners of the Freeland restaurant completed construction of a 22,000-square-foot, first-floor addition that will include 9,000 square feet of commercial space.

The year-long renovation allowed owner Jack Ng to create three commercial office suites that will be available through South Island Properties.

The Roth Co. renovated the space which features a blend of modern Chinese styling and classic Western craftsmanship.

The suites offer amenities including high-speed Internet access, wired ethernet connections, security systems, storage, a common reception area, a kitchenette, a three-story elevator and more.

“We really look forward to seeing the space come alive and become something more useful than a storage area,” Ng said.

At 5:30 p.m. Thursday,

May 22, Ng will open the spaces for a special preview.

China City is one of two Ng family restaurants; the family’s other restaurant is the Imperial at Kasteel in Oak Harbor.

For information about the restaurant, locations, special events, menu or dining hours, visit To attend the preview, RSVP at 331-8899.

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