Property buyers queuing up for The Arles apartments in Sha Tin at the sales office of Centralcon Properties in Kowloon Bay on 23 October 2021. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Property buyers queuing up for The Arles apartments in Sha Tin at the sales office of Centralcon Properties in Kowloon Bay on 23 October 2021. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong’s buyers shrug aside leftover projects in their rush for small, cheaper homes as robust supply spoils them with options

  • Centralcon Properties sold 160 flats, or 47 per cent of the second round of 338 units earmarked for sale at The Arles in Sha Tin on Saturday, agents said
  • Wheelock Properties was less lucky with its Koko Hills project, launched more than a year ago in July 2020, selling only four out of 101 units on offer

Topic |   Weekend Property
Property buyers queuing up for The Arles apartments in Sha Tin at the sales office of Centralcon Properties in Kowloon Bay on 23 October 2021. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Property buyers queuing up for The Arles apartments in Sha Tin at the sales office of Centralcon Properties in Kowloon Bay on 23 October 2021. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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