The Cullinan, Hong Kong
January 25, 2010 - Tsim Sha Tsui
Named after the 3,106-carat Cullinan diamond-found in 1905 and the world's largest known diamond-this lofty project has effectively become the focal point of Kowloon's skyline.
At 270 metres, the Cullinan I tower is Hong Kong's tallest residential building.
The tower houses 852 luxury apartments, with standardsizes between 83 and 213 sq m, and two crown triplex suites on the 91st to 93rd floors, which encompass over 372 sq m, plus have six bedrooms, private pools and roof gardens.
Apartments feature sweeping views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island and are fitted with high-end European appliances from Miele, Bulthaup and Sub-Zero.
Residents will enjoy a range of amenities such as a private clubhouse, indoor and outdoor pool, gym and spa.
The project is part of Sun Hung Kai's new development at MTR´s Kowloon Station, which includes office and retail space and will eventually connect Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou via high-speed railway.
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