Potential buyers queue for K Summit by K Wah International on 7 December 2019. Photo: Xiaomei ChenPotential buyers queue for K Summit by K Wah International on 7 December 2019. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Potential buyers queue for K Summit by K Wah International on 7 December 2019. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Buyers stay on sidelines at K. Summit as Hong Kong’s first home sale since November 24 district polls has a lacklustre start

  • K. Wah International, one of the biggest developers of residential property at the former Kai Tak Airport, sold 128 of the 228 flats offered at its K. Summit complex as at 5pm
  • Two unidentified buyers forked out HK$15 million to buy two apartments each at K. Summit for lease, according to Centaline Property Agency.
Topic |   Hong Kong property
Potential buyers queue for K Summit by K Wah International on 7 December 2019. Photo: Xiaomei ChenPotential buyers queue for K Summit by K Wah International on 7 December 2019. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Potential buyers queue for K Summit by K Wah International on 7 December 2019. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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