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

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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