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Name of the Development:One Kai Tak (II)
District: Kai Tak
Name of Street and Street Number of the Development: 8 Muk Ning Street
Website Address#:www.onekt.com.hk/TWO

The photographs, images, drawings or sketches shown in this advertisement/promotional material represent an artist's impression of the Development concerned only. They are not drawn to scale and/or may have been edited and processed with computerized imaging techniques. Prospective purchasers should make reference to the sales brochure for details of the Development. The Vendor also advises prospective purchasers to conduct an on-site visit for a better understanding of the development site, its surrounding environment and the public facilities nearby.

One Kai Tak (II)

Vendor: Ace Dragon Development Limited‧Holding Companies of the Vendor: China Overseas Land & Investment Limited, China Overseas Property Limited‧Authorized Person for the Development: Ronald Liang of LWK & Partners (HK) Limited‧Building Contractor for the Development: China Overseas Building Construction Limited‧Vendor’s solicitors: Deacons, F. Zimmern & Co., Chu & Lau and S. H. Chan & Co. ‧Authorized institution that has made a loan, or has undertaken to provide finance for the construction of the Development: Hang Seng Bank Limited (The loan has been settled and the bank undertaking has been released) ‧Other person who has made a loan for the construction of the Development: Chung Hoi Finance Limited ‧ One Kai Tak (II) comprises 2 high-rises Towers, 7 low-rises Blocks with a total of 624 residential units. The Vendor advises prospective purchasers to make reference to the sales brochure of One Kai Tak (II) for details of the Development.

#Website is designated by the Vendor for the Development for the purposes of Part 2 of Residential Properties (First-hand Sales) Ordinance and containing electronic copies of sales brochure, price list(s) and register of transactions. The Vendor advises prospective purchasers to make reference to the sales brochure of One Kai Tak (II) for details of the development. This advertisement is released by the Vendor.

Date of Last Update: 3rd July 2020

Rendering of Kai Tak Development (This rendering is not the actual view of One Kai Tak (II))

Prestigious
Schools
Underground
Shopping Street
13 Commercial
Sites
Sports
Complexes
Station
Square
Kai Tak
MTR Station
Riverside
Park
Metro
Park
EFLS Children’s
Hospital
Waterfront
Hotels
Cruise
Terminal
Runway
Park
Landmark
Commercial Buildings

Kai Tak Development12

With a total planning area of over 320 hectares, the Kai Tak Development is a huge and highly complex development project comprising of government, institutional and community facilities, residential and commercial areas and an extensive open space network. It has the largest land fronting Victoria Harbour among the infrastructural developments in Hong Kong and will provide a quality living and working environment.

Kai Tak Station Square12

Located in the heart of the city centre, Kai Tak Station Square will be perfect mix of offices, hotels and retail shops.

Rendering of Kai Tak Station Square

The Shatin and Central Link13

The Shatin and Central Link will connect several existing railway lines to form two strategic railway corridors, namely the “East West Corridor” and the “North South Corridor”. The “Tai Wai to Hung Hom Section” is expected to be commissioned in 2019 with the “Hung Hom to Admiralty Section” expected to be commissioned in 2021. Only 5 stops will be taken from Kai Tak to Exhibition.

Environmentally Friendly Linkage System   >

The map is for identification purposes only and not drawn to scale. Transportation time is for reference only and is subject to actual traffic conditions. Please refer to the MTR website at www.mtr.com.hk for more details.

Environmentally Friendly Linkage System13

Facilitating the transformation of Kowloon East into Hong Kong’s second central business district (CBD2)6 will be 12 MTR stations connecting Kai Tak, Kowloon Bay and Kwun Tong.

MTR Shatin to Central Link   >

Stock Photo (This picture is not taken at or near the Development site.)

The Second Central Business District(CBD2)6

The new dynamic Kai Tak Development is situated in an area comprising of the Kwun Tong and Kowloon Bay Business Areas. This new premier CBD will provide about 5.4 million m2 of office spaces, doubling the office space currently available in Central, with 13 commercial/CDA sites for shopping malls, offices and hotels12.

Landmark Commercial Buildings   >

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Landmark Commerical Building12

Next to Kai Tak Station Square, a development land of nearly 280,000m2 for commercial use that includes offices, hotels and retail shops in the area. A 200-metre-high Landmark Commercial Building will be built with a 100m colonnade11 of design shops along the ground floor, and an underground shopping street connected to MTR Kai Tak Station13. The commercial land lot can be built a twin commercial building. It will be a future landmark12 at the Kai Tak Development Area.

Underground Shopping Street   >

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Underground Shopping Street12

The proposed underground shopping street will be built in the Kai Tak Station13 linking Kowloon City and San Po Kong, becoming a core network of Kowloon East and the surrounding areas.

The Second Central Business District (CBD2)   >

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Kai Tak Cruise Terminal1

Located at the former Kai Tak Airport runway, this sparkling facility is one of the world’s foremost cruise terminals and features stunning views of Victoria Harbour.

Stock Photo (This picture is not taken at or near the Development site.)

Waterfront Hotels

Unlimited business opportunities will be created in the Kai Tak area. Along with the famous tourist attraction, Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, 2 hotels at the wonderful waterfront will be built according to the 2017/18 Land Sale Programme10 .

Rendering of Waterfront Hotels

Metro Park2

The Metro Park is located on the upper part of the former Kai Tak Airport Runway area. Featuring themed gardens and plenty of facilities, the park will be connected with a long promenade around the runway and lots of open spaces, trees and greenery.

Kai Tak Riverside Park   >

Rendering of Metro Park

Kai Tak Riverside Park9

Running along One Kai Tak (II), Kai Tak River is an attractive green river corridor in this urban area. Along the riverside you will find space for leisure and public activities serving the community.

Runway Park   >

Rendering of Kai Tak River

Runway Park8

Located at the tip of the former Kai Tak Runway, enjoy a world-class panoramic view of Victoria Harbour and distant features of the Lion Rock, Kowloon Peak and Lei Yue Mun. With a nod to the aviation history of Hong Kong, part of the original runway is retained and integrated into the planning of the Park.

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park   >

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Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park1

Covering an area of 23,000 square metres, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park features a central lawn, water garden, fountain plaza and viewing platform from which to take in the incredible views of both Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula.

Metro Park   >

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Kai Tak Sports Park3

Covering an impressive 28.2 hectares, the world-class Kai Tak Stadium will become Hong Kong's most advanced stadium hosting the greatest sporting events around. The stadium will provide 50,000 seats and have a retractable cover for rain or shine. There is also a public playground and an indoor gymnasium for the well-being of the people in Hong Kong.

Rendering of Kai Tak Sports Park

Hong Kong Children's Hospital5

Under construction with an aim for completion in 2017, this public hospital for children will have 468 beds to improve patient care and enhance professional standards of paediatric services.

Rendering of Children’s Hospital

Prestigious Schools

With the 34 Primary Schools Net and Kowloon City Secondary Schools Net 14 , it is a great chance of nurturing the next generation.

Stock Photo (This picture is not taken at or near the Development site.)

One Kai Tak (II)

Overlooking the magnificent Victoria Harbour and rising high into the sky, One Kai Tak (II) will reshape and redefine Hong Kong’s skyline. You could not be closer to the heart of this incredible regeneration story of the former Kai Tak airport.

Any areas, measurements or distances shown in any text or plan are indicative only and are for information purposes only and may be different once actually constructed.

References:

  1. Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park : Hong Kong Tourism Board Website
    http://www.discoverhongkong.com/tc/cruise/cruise-terminals/kai-tak-cruise-terminal.jsp
  2. Metro Park : Kai Tak Development (KTD) Website  http://www.ktd.gov.hk/tchina/programmeandprogress.html
  3. Kai Tak Sports Complexes: Legislative Council Website http://legco.gov.hk/yr13-14/chinese/panels/ha/papers/ha0110cb2-606-3-c.pdf
    Kai Tak Sports Park:https://www.kaitaksportspark.hk/tc/about_project.html#section-backgroundhttps://www.kaitaksportspark.hk/tc/about_project.html#section-background
  4. Travel time and distance are for reference only and would be influenced by actual traffic condition.
  5. Hong Kong Children's Hospital : Hospital Authority Website http://www31.ha.org.hk/hkch/tc/index.html
  6. CBD2 : Energizing Kowloon East Office (EKEO) Website : http://www.ekeo.gov.hk/tc/about_ekeo/background.html
    Civil Engineering and Development Department Website :  http://www.ktd.gov.hk/efls/tc/keyissue1.htm
  7. Land Sale Records : Lands Department Website http://www.landsd.gov.hk/en/landsale/records.htm 
  8. Runway Park : Energizing Kowloon East Website  http://www.ekeo.gov.hk/tc/quick_wins/runway/index.html
    Leisure and Cultural Services Department Website http://www.lcsd.gov.hk/tc/news/press_details.php?id=7339
  9. Kai Tak River:Kai Tak Development (KTD) Website http://www.ktd.gov.hk/kaitakriver/tchina/existingkaitaknullah.html
  10. 2017/18 Land Sale Programme : Lands Department Website
    http://www.landsd.gov.hk/en/landsale/programme_201617.htm  (Last Update: 23/2/2017)
  11. 100m colonnade : Kowloon City District Council: http://www.districtcouncils.gov.hk/kc/doc/2016_2019/tc/committee_meetings_doc/HIC/10067/KCHIC16_45cp.pdf
  12. Kai Tak Development (KTD) : Statutory Planning Portal Website http://www2.ozp.tpb.gov.hk/gos/default.aspx
    The OZP of KTD is subject to change in time to time and has not finalized. It is subject to the plan(s) approved by the relevant government authorities. Please make reference to the Town Planning Board Website http://www.info.gov.hk/tpb/index.html for the update information. No express or implied warranty or representation is given to the accuracy or completeness.
  13. Proposed Environmentally Friendly Linkage System (EFLS) : Civil Engineering and Development Department  Website http://www.ktd.gov.hk/efls/tc/keyissue1.htm  
    Shatin to Central Link (SCL) : http://www.mtr-shatincentrallink.hk
    MTR  South Island Line: http://www.mtr-southislandline.hk/tc/home
  14. 34 Primary Schools Net  and Kowloon City Secondary Schools Net : Education Bureau Website http://www.edb.gov.hk

 

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