Luxury Real Estate Blog and News

4 units of entire floor at The Arch sold for HKD 230 million

March 10, 2017 - Kowloon Station
4 units at Flat A-D, an entire high-floor, Sky Tower, The Arch, Kowloon Station, with a saleable area of 4,441 sq ft has been transacted with 4 parking spaces at price reduced to HKD 230 million.

The Arch transacted through company transfer at HKD 36.2 million

January 20, 2017 - Kowloon Station
Unit B, Mid-Floor, Sky Tower, The Arch, Kowloon Station, with a saleable area of 841 sq ft, has been sold through company transfer for HKD 36.2 million, or HKD 43,000 per sq ft.

Mid-floor unit at The Cullinan, Kowloon rented for HKD 70,000 per month

January 19, 2017 - Kowloon Station
According to market news, a 4-room mid-floor unit at Ocean Sky, The Cullinan, Kowloon Station, with a saleable area of 1,128 sq ft, has been rented for HKD 70,000, or HKD 62 per sq ft.

The Waterfront high-floor sold at HKD17 million

January 06, 2017 - Kowloon Station
According to market news, The Waterfront in Kowloon Station has recorded 4 transactions so far this month.

3-room unit of The Habourside sold for HKD 31 million

October 26, 2016 - Kowloon Station
A high-floor unit D in Block 3 of The Harbourview at the Kowloon Station, with a saleable area of 1,076 sq ft, was recently sold for HKD 31 million, or HKD 28,810 per sq ft.

Ovolo Kowloon to open in 2011

January 28, 2011 - Kowloon Station
Cutting-edge serviced apartment group Ovolo is extending from Hong Kong Island into West Kowloon with a trend-setting new ‘All-Inclusive’ concept to stylish living.

International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong

September 01, 2009 - Kowloon Station
Even by the standards of Hong Kong’s skyscraper-studded skyline, the new International Commerce Center is big. Very big. At 490 meters, or 1,608 feet, the gleaming, nearly complete tower, which has been mushrooming its way into the record books over the past five years, is now the tallest building in Hong Kong. The 118 stories of the International Commerce Center, or I.C.C., also give it the rank of the world’s fourth-tallest building, behind the Burj Dubai in Dubai, Taipei 101 in the Taiwanese capital and the Shanghai World Financial Center.