LOHAS Park SEA TO SKY developed by Cheung Kong and MTR in Tsueng Kwan is ready for launching. Kwok Chi-Wai, the Investment Director of Cheung Kong, expresses yesterday that the project would announce the first price list within the days, with prices referring to transaction prices in the same district and the Tsueng Kwan South. He emphasized that it will be put on sale at the market prices, and the developer is actively studying the house selection priority arrangements for LOHAS Park residents. The upper limit of preferred units will be 20% of the units on sale, and there will also be special arrangements for the payment method.
Hong Kong Wen Wei Po Journalist(Leong Yuet Kam)
Kwok Chi-Wai expressed that SEA TO SKY had uploaded the sales brochure to the first-hand property sales information network yesterday, and the physical brochure was also distributed simultaneously. The sample flat will be opened for media visits today (16th), and for a public visit within the week. They will offer the prices a couple of days and sell the first batch next week of the soonest. The first batch includes two-bedroom, three-bedroom, and four-bedroom units. In response to the huge demand for changing houses in the district, the developer is actively studying to provide houses selection priority arrangements for residents in LOHAS Park, including landlords and tenants, with the preferred units number in 20% of the units on sale. There will also be special arrangements for the payment method.
To help with the sales mentioned above, Midland and Centaline Property will open specialized shops in Tsueng Kwan, and set the model for buyers to better understand the project design. The first 30 buyers who purchase through Midland will receive two tickets for the "Monopoly Dream World Theme Pavilion."
Seaside Sonata launches HKD100,000 gift coupons to attract customers.
Besides, Cheung Kong's Seaside Sonata in Cheung Sha Wan launches a limited-time discount "Almighty Daddy Privileges" to buyers as the Father's Day is approaching. From this Friday to July 5th, buyers who sign the provisional sale and purchase agreement to buy the specified two-bedroom or three-bedroom units can get gift voucher valued HKD50,000 and HKD100,000, respectively. Buyers can go to Fortress Electric to buy all kinds of applicable electronics or electrical appliances.
Ho Ka-Yan, the Assistant Chief Manager (Sales) of Cheung Kong, expresses that Seaside Sonata has sold over 100 units since May, and it sold Room A on the 38th floor of Block 3 by tender last week. It is in a usable area of 771 sq ft, and sold for HKD17.48 million, with the sq ft price at HKD22,672. Both the transaction price and the sq ft price are the new high in the project. The project has sold 554 units, with a total transaction value of about HKD5.2 billion.
A one-room unit in The Hermitage sold for HKD37.43 million, the highest in Kowloon.
The Hermitage, an existing housing estate for many years, developed by Sino, etc., sold the feature unit Room A on the 75th floor in Block 6, including parking space. It is a one-bedroom unit in a usable area of 807 sq ft, joining a platform of 594 sq ft, and was sold for HKD37,435,110, with the sq ft price at HKD46,388. The transaction price is estimated to be the highest among one-bedroom units in Kowloon, and the sq ft price is the new high of the project.
Po Siuming, the Chief Executive of the Midland Real Estate Residential Department, expresses that several brand new first-hand housing estates have been successfully launched, and the sales response is entirely satisfactory. It shows the strong housing rigid demand. Many people believe the "property" maintains value and takes advantage of the booming market to purchase. Benefit from this, the first-hand property sales last month were about 2,100 cases, the highest in one year. With the launch of many brand new projects this month, it is expected that about 2,000 first-hand property units will be sold throughout the month, maintaining a high level.
Chen Wing-Kit, the Vice Chairman and Residential Department President of the Asian Pacific Region of Centaline, express that about 551 first-hand property transactions had been recorded in this month until yesterday. It is predicted the first-hand residential property transactions would be 1,800 this month, about 7,000 for the first half-year, and nearly 20,000 in the whole year.