It was on the south side of Queen's Road Central, on the west side of Zetland Street.
I've set the completion date to 1929, as it is listed in the 1929 PWD Annual Report as:
40. Principal Works of a Private Nature, completed or in progress.
Shops, and Office Block, on I.L. 619 R.P., Queen’s Road Central.
Here's the outline of IL 619 RP shown on a modern map by the red dotted line:
The building is shown in this c.1930 view from the Peak. I've highlighted it in yellow:
The Chinese name is still Tai Ping
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