Wheelock expects to start taking reservations sometime over the next few weeks for private visits to four penthouses at Mount Nicholson. Photo: Martin Chan
Wheelock expects to start taking reservations sometime over the next few weeks for private visits to four penthouses at Mount Nicholson. Photo: Martin Chan

Hong Kong property developers ready luxury projects amid expectations of high demand following China border reopening

  • A partially reopened border will make it easier for interested buyers from the mainland to possibly visit properties, Wheelock executive says
  • Reopening of the border will definitely help with sales, especially those of residential units, says executive of developer Empire Group

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Wheelock expects to start taking reservations sometime over the next few weeks for private visits to four penthouses at Mount Nicholson. Photo: Martin Chan
Wheelock expects to start taking reservations sometime over the next few weeks for private visits to four penthouses at Mount Nicholson. Photo: Martin Chan
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