Residential Development De Novo, Hong Kong

The development at 3 Muk Chui Street of Kai Tak is URA’s first self-developed residential project which was completed in June 2016. Occupying a site of about 61,290 square feet, the URA's development at 3 Muk Chui Street of Kai Tak consists of three high blocks (H1, H2 & H3) and one low block (L1) of residential buildings, providing 484 flats with saleable area ranging from about 332 to 675 square feet, of which 338 were allocated for the URA’s Subsidised Sale Flat (SSF) in response to the policy initiative announced in the 2015 Policy Address of the Chief Executive to increase the supply of subsidised sale flat, and 146 flats designated for the URA’s Flat-For-Flat Scheme for eligible domestic owner-occupiers affected by its redevelopment projects.
The development consists of 4 type of flats, providing studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom with 1 ensuite. In addition to about 30% covered greenery area, “Generation Happy Greenland” is licenced to use by the residents. Clubhouse facilities include gym room, music room, multi-function room etc. There is also a commercial block of about 6,140 square feet in the URA's Kai Tak development. The development adopts a modest and sustainable design approach and has achieved the BEAM Plus Provisional 'Platinum' rating from the Hong Kong Green Building Council. Products are applied on concrete in basement and water tank.

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