Set on the quiet, tree-lined Wai Yin Path, Ho­mantin Hill­side is a brand new low-den­sity res­i­den­tial de­vel­op­ment jointly pre­sented by Wing Tai Asia and Nan Fung Group, pro­vid­ing a unique col­lec­tion of 173 res­i­dences. Col­lec­tively and in­di­vid­u­ally, the prop

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Like an ur­ban oasis, the fa­cade of the com­plex is thought­fully po­si­tioned to front a 1.2 mil­lion-square foot green-belt zone and beau­ti­fully land­scaped parks, com­mand­ing spec­tac­u­lar views span­ning from the sur­round­ing green­ery to the Kai Tak Cruise Ter­mi­nal, the sea off the Kai Tak de­vel­op­ment area and Cen­tral in dis­tance. Ho­mantin Hill­side is only a three-minute walk to the Ho Man Tin Sta­tion (Fat Kwong Street exit), the in­ter­change be­tween the Kwun Tong Line Ex­ten­sion (KTE) and the fu­ture Shatin to Cen­tral Link (SCL).

The KTE is ex­pected to com­mence op­er­a­tions be­tween the third and fourth quar­ters. Once the KTE is up and run­ning, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon’s ma­jor retail and din­ing des­ti­na­tion, will just be two stops from the Yau Ma Tei in­ter­change. Cen­tral will be four stops from the Yau Ma Tei in­ter­change, which is a mere twominute jour­ney from the Ho Man Tin Sta­tion.

With col­lab­o­ra­tive con­tri­bu­tions from three cre­ative masters— the world-renowned ar­chi­tec­ture firm Arqui­tec­ton­ica, in­te­rior de­sign firm Yabu Pushel­berg and land­scape de­signer Andy Stur­geon—the liv­ing, leisure and out­door spa­ces are col­lec­tively and in­di­vid­u­ally a mas­ter­piece.

Draw­ing on the beau­ti­ful set­ting, the de­vel­op­ment has been ar­chi­tec­turally de­signed to max­imise the nat­u­ral light and mag­nif­i­cent views of the sur­round­ing land­scape and at­mos­phere, in­clud­ing the clever use of floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows and skil­ful plac­ing of glassed bal­conies with an or­gan­i­cally in­spired shape.

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