Hee’s Garden, an iconic Cantonese restaurant in Mount Eden, is set to close on Wednesday after 42 years of hospitality, Stuff reports. But unlike other restaurants hit by the pandemic, its closure is due to the termination of its lease and plans to develop the property for a different crisis: housing. “There might be another Hee’s Garden somewhere else in some later time. You never know … I would be quite happy,” said Wynsome Wong, who worked at Hee’s Garden for 35 years and owned the restaurant for 28.