[Cai Ming Court]Rare house opening rules for home ownership mansion | Hong Kong 香港



Choi Ming Court, a home ownership scheme in Tseung Kwan O, has been occupied since 2001. It has 10 properties and provides approximately 1,920 units. The housing estate is mainly used for opening large flats. In addition, it is only a 10-minute walk from the MTR station and large shopping malls. There are also multi-storey car parks and bus stops, making it a target for boarding and changing passengers. Property name: Choi Ming Court CHOI MING COURT District: Tiu Keng Leng District: Kowloon Address/Lot: No. 11A Choi Ming Street Housing Type: Home Ownership Building Type: Concord Property Number of Blocks: 6 Blocks Number of Floors: 40 Floors (Block AH, J), 20 floors (Block K) Total number of units: 1,920 units Number of units per floor: 8 units: 1 to 40 floors (Blocks A to F, H and J) 20 units: 1 to 18 floors and 20 to 40th Floor, 19 Units: 19th Floor (Block G) 8 Units: 1st to 20th Floor (Block K) * No Block I Utility Rate: Approximately 77% Number of Phases/Date of First Sale: Phase 23A Occupation Date: On April 25, 2001, the Incorporated Owners: Property School Network: Neighboring Kindergarten Sai Kung; Primary School 95 Network; Secondary School Sai Kung Parking Lot: Vendor/Vendor’s Holding Company: Vendor Hong Kong Housing Authority Land Grant Period: 50 years, Disclaimer from May 4, 2001: This promotional material can only be used for the promotion and promotion of second-hand residential properties and is for reference only. It is not and cannot be used to promote any first-hand residential properties. Its accuracy and authenticity The information provided by the real estate developer shall prevail. Go to the ” HongKongFloorPlans” housing estate page: Subscribe to the ” HongKongFloorPlans” YouTube channel: Like the ” HongKongFloorPlans” Facebook page: Follow ” HongKongFloorPlans” Instagram:.

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