The Huashan Creative Park was established in 1998. It was originally composed of two companies. The “Houjou Wine Company” was established in 1912. It was the largest private sake producer in Taiwan. And The “Japan Camphor Company, Taihoku Branch” was established in 1918, as a factory allowing the Japanese government control of the global camphor market . For more than 20 years, the Huashan Creative Park has become the most famous and energetic base in Taipei. However, due to the involvement of big businesses, there has been a debate on "Fake Cultural Creative ". It is operating in a restaurant-oriented business model. How to popularize and protect the value of industry heritage has become an issue of great concern in Taiwan in recent years. This paper examines the Kings Cross Plan, as well as the experience of the renovation of two old coal drop houses in the planned area. This allows a reexamination of the problems in the process of reuse in the Huashan Creative Park.