Mid-levels refers loosely to the area above Central and below the Peak, stretching east and west of Garden Road. The Mid-levels Central district is very popular with expatriates due its close proximity to the Central business center in fact the longest escalator in the world makes it very convenient to commute to work within minutes. This neighbourhood is also very close to the popular nightlife and dining districts of Soho and Lan Kwai Fong.
Mid-Levels Central is predominantly high-rise accommodations. Often referred to as "Lower Peak ", Mid-levels Central is very beautiful with winding, hilly roads surrounded by trees.
Many well-known prestigious blocks and high quality properties can be found in here. Apartments are generally spacious and airy; many of them offer pools and sports facilities. Lower complexes have views of neighbouring buildings and the city, while higher floors may have Victoria Harbour or lush-green views. Some developments higher up on the hill may get a glimpse of the Peak.
The Adventist and Canossa Hospitals are situated in Mid-levels. International schools such as the Glenealy School, the Island School and the Carmel School are suited around the area. The one-way Bowen Road is favoured by many joggers as it is with reasonable distance stretching off from Garden Road to Kennedy Road and located at the heart of the area.