Ma Tau Chung Road - Tokwawan (Sole Agent)
Kowloon - Majority Portion of Mega Site at Ma Tau Chung Road for Sale by Tender

Majority Portion of Mega Site at Ma Tau Chung Road

 

Property Information:  

 The Property :     Majority portion of the total undivided shares of the Lots. Nos. 12-18,20-26 & 28-34 Shing Tak Street, Nos.55-61, 63-69, 71-73 & 75-77 Ma Tau Chung Road, Nos4-4A Ma Tau Kok Road / 51-53 Ma Tau Chung Road, Kowloon
 Lot No. :     Kowloon Inland Lot No.10980,10981,10987,11027,6839,7101,10979&7091
 Site Area :     Approx. 5,280, 5,280, 6,270, 5,280, 5,280, 3,630, 2,639 & 5,400sq.ft. (Total 39,059 sq.ft.)
      (Source : Government Lease Plan)
 Government Lease :     For 75 Years Commencement Of Lease Term 05/08/1958 To 04/08/2033
 Town Planning :     R (A) (7.5 for domestic building or 9.0 for a building partly domestic and partly non-domestic)
 Height Restriction :     100m above HKPD (Buildable : 92m)
 O. P. Date :     11/1958 – 10/1960 (Approx. 60-62 Years)
 Major Restriction on Government Lease :     *For the purposes of such flats to be occupied by local Government servants
      *Will not remove or allow to be removed any trees growing on the said piece or parcel of ground
      *Shall pay to the HKSAR the amount equal to two-thirds of either the existing use land value of the Property or the full market value of the Property
 Tender Closing Date :     11th January, 2019 (Friday) 3:00PM
 Property Number :     INV20181214S
 Advertisement Date :     1 Dec 2018
 
 
 

Key Contacts

Peter Yuen

Peter Yuen

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

Two Exchange Square

+852 2842 4436

 

Andy Lam

Andy Lam

E-200175
Director
Investment

Two Exchange Square

+852 2840 4840

 

Jacky Fung

Jacky Fung

E-037078
Associate Director
Investment

Two Exchange Square

+852 2840 4812

 
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