Nos. 264-266B, Prince Edward Road West - Ho Man Tin (Sole Agent)
Kowloon - Luxury Residential Site for Sale by Public Tender

Luxury Residential Site in Ho Man Tin for Sale

The subject property is a rare site for sale in the traditional luxury residential area on Prince Edward Road West close to Waterloo Road, with a site area of over 11,500 sq. ft. and wide frontage of over 100 ft. It has huge redevelopment value just as those newly completed luxury residential projects nearby. Prestigious schools and international schools are in the proximity. It is also close to Kowloon Tong Club and Kowloon Hospital, and is easily accessible via various types of transportation.

Property Information:  

 Subject Property:     Nos.264, 264A & 264B, and Nos.266, 266A & 266B, Prince Edward Road West, Ho Man Tin
 Site Area:     Approx. 11,526.26 sq.ft.
 Class of Site:     A
 Zoning:     Residential (Group B)
 Max. Plot Ratio     5 (Under Town Planning)
 Max. GFA:     Approx. 57,631.30 sq.ft. (subject to land premium payment)
 Source:     OZP, Site Plan and measured from the Approved Building Plan
 Tender Closing Date:     12:00 noon on 29th March, 2019 (Friday)
 Property Number:     INV20190324S
 Advertisement Date:     14 March 2019
 
 
 

Key Contacts

Peter Yuen

Peter Yuen

E-100802
Managing Director / Head of Investment & Sales
Investment & Sales

Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4436

 

Keith Chang

Keith Chang

E-080289
Managing Director
Residential Sales

Two Exchange Square

+852 9083 3923

 

Ken Wong

Ken Wong

E-079368
Director
Investment - Office Sales

Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4259

 

Amy Ng

Amy Ng

E-277520
Senior Manager
Investment

Two Exchange Square

+852 2840 4822

 

Christy Tse

Christy Tse

S-402514
Consultant
Residential Sales

Two Exchange Square

+852 5488 8738

 

Annie Li

Annie Li

Manager
Residential Sales

Two Exchange Square

+852 2622 9258

 
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