THE QUINTESSENCE OF LUXURY LIVING
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
EXPANSIVE GREENERY AND CITY VIEWS
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.