Up to 3,700 prospective buyers queuing up for the 294 flats of New World Development's Artisan Garden project on Saturday, 23 March 2019. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee
Hong Kong’s homebuyers are back in droves as rates stay flat
  • Across the city, 607 flats were offered for open sale by four developers in Lohas Park, To Kwan Wan, Yau Tong and West Kowloon
  • Thousands of people queued for the 294 properties on offer at New World’s Artisan Garden
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Topic |   Hong Kong property
Hong Kong’s homebuyers are back in droves as rates stay flat
  • Across the city, 607 flats were offered for open sale by four developers in Lohas Park, To Kwan Wan, Yau Tong and West Kowloon
  • Thousands of people queued for the 294 properties on offer at New World’s Artisan Garden
2 hours ago
Up to 3,700 prospective buyers queuing up for the 294 flats of New World Development's Artisan Garden project on Saturday, 23 March 2019. Photo: SCMP / Dickson LeeUp to 3,700 prospective buyers queuing up for the 294 flats of New World Development's Artisan Garden project on Saturday, 23 March 2019. Photo: SCMP / Dickson Lee
Hong Kong property
Hong Kong’s homebuyers are back in droves as rates stay flat
2 hours ago
  • Across the city, 607 flats were offered for open sale by four developers in Lohas Park, To Kwan Wan, Yau Tong and West Kowloon
  • Thousands of people queued for the 294 properties on offer at New World’s Artisan Garden
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