Selected properties in Tai Hang

Tai Hang properties

The district’s property market has a blend of brand new developments and old estates, a large portion of which is located in the
Tai Hang neighbourhood and along Tai Hang Road. Apart from standalone buildings and old walk-ups, there are also a lot of old luxury homes in Tai Hang; these large units are usually over 1,000 square feet and occupied by the homeowners themselves and are rarely available in the market. 

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This standalone building, located on 23 Warren Street, was completed in 2012 and has 164 units with saleable areas between 265 and 983 square feet, most of which are studio and one-bedroom apartments. The clubhouse features an outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi, bar, gym, banquet hall, barbeque area and a sky garden. A mid-level two-bedroom unit with a saleable area of 549 square feet was sold at HK$12.7 million, or HK$23,133 per square foot.

Dragon Centre

Located on 25 Wun Sha Street, Dragon Centre is a housing estate under the Urban Improvement Scheme, currently managed by the Housing Society. Completed in 1989, it comprises of two blocks with a total of 392 units and construction areas ranging from 345 to 744 square feet. A high-level F unit in Block 1 with a saleable area of 286 square feet was recently sold at HK$5.33 million or HK$18,636 per square foot. 



Developed by Soundwill Holdings and located on 18 School Street, COHO is a standalone building next to Victoria Park. It entered the market in February 2016, and offers 46 studio units (44 standard and two special units with a balcony), all with large glass windows. Last June, COHO (with the exception of three flats that had been previously sold) was bought by QMIS Financial Group for HK$455 million.

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