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長實海澄軒改建住宅獲批

疫情持續下,酒店業大受打擊,其中,由長實持有的馬鞍山海澄軒酒店,早前向城規會申請改劃住宅,昨日獲批通過,可建758伙。

可提供758

由長實持有的海澄軒酒店,目前向城規會申請改劃住宅,並於昨日獲批通過,可提供758伙。至於項目佔地約8.6萬方呎,現為酒店用途,目前申請改作住宅甲類,並以地積比6.3倍發展,住宅樓面佔48.3萬方呎,商業樓面約6萬方呎。

長實於98初年以招標形式奪得地皮,地價逾1.2億、每方呎樓面地價不足200元,現時提供逾800個酒店房。

同系天水圍嘉湖海逸酒店,於去年亦獲城規會有條件批出,可改建住宅,共提供約5000伙,並建兩幢樓高53層的住宅,其地盤面積約30萬方呎,並以5倍地積比發展,住宅樓面約150萬方呎。

另外,由資本策略及基滙資本持有的九龍諾富特酒店,目前獲批重建作住宅及商業項目,可建1幢28層高物業,住宅及商業樓面各佔一半,提供285伙。

(星島日報)

 

Hong Kong’s homebuyers return to snap up Wheelock’s Grande Monaco flats at the former airport site in Kowloon

Wheelock sold 80 flats out of 88 offered at Grande Monaco at the former Kai Tak airport site at 8pm, with about 10 buyers bidding for every apartment

Sales agents expect to sell between 80 and 90 per cent of the units by the day’s end

Hong Kong’s homebuyers returned to the real estate market, defying an uptick in the city’s coronavirus cases as they remained upbeat about the effectiveness of a Covid-19 vaccination programme and low interest rates on consumption levels.

Wheelock Properties sold 80 flats out of 88 offered at its 247-unit Grande Monaco project at the former Kai Tak airport site in Kowloon as of 8pm, with about 10 buyers bidding for every available apartment. Sales agents expect to sell between 80 and 90 per cent of the units by the day’s end.

Prices for the latest batch of Grande Monaco average HK$24,124 per square foot after discounts, starting at HK$7.66 million for the smallest flats, while sizes range from 345 to 961 square feet (89 square metres). Subsequent launches at the project may be priced 5 to 10 per cent higher, owing to the project’s sales prospects, Wheelock said.

“The sales performance is going well,” agent said. “The price is [in line with] the market level, not particularly low.”

Hong Kong’s latest caseload of confirmed new coronavirus infections rose to 33, including a cluster found among patrons of a restaurant at the K11 Musea shopping centre.

Still, homebuyers were not deterred by the deteriorating Covid-19 situation, or the slump in global stock markets last week caused by a sudden rise in bond yields.

One buyer surnamed Yau was optimistic about Kai Tak’s potential for appreciation, saying that many amenities and transport links will be built at the harbourfront area, where many residential projects would be completed there gradually. He set aside HK$10 million for a flat with either one or two bedrooms, he said.

Another buyer, who would only provide his surname Ng, said vaccines would be effective in curbing the pandemic and quantitative easing would lead to sustained capital inflow to Hong Kong, supporting Hong Kong’s home prices. He budgeted about HK$1 million as the down payment for a one-bedroom flat.

Two buyers splashed out HK$40 million for two big flats, according property agency.

Agent forecast that the number of new homes sold in March could hit 1,500 after reaching some 1,150 this month.

Even though developers slowed down the pace of project launches during the Lunar New Year because of the pandemic, the number of sales was still higher than in previous years, agent said.

The agent also noted that February recorded over 10 transactions worth more than HK$100 million each as investors sold stocks to buy homes.

Ultima in Ho Man Tin, a luxury project of Sun Hung Kai Properties, sold the first property this year, a five-bedroom flat measuring 2,373 sq ft with a terrace of 670 sq ft at HK$158.99 million, or HK$67,000 per sq ft.

(South China Morning Post)