Kotewall Court today. Plans are in place for three luxury residential blocks with 14 floors and four levels of parking lots, it should be prime real estate and opinion is divided over whether the new development will be able to shake off the ­landslide’s superstitious legacy. Photo: Edward Wong Kotewall Court today. Plans are in place for three luxury residential blocks with 14 floors and four levels of parking lots, it should be prime real estate and opinion is divided over whether the new development will be able to shake off the ­landslide’s superstitious legacy. Photo: Edward Wong
Kotewall Court today. Plans are in place for three luxury residential blocks with 14 floors and four levels of parking lots, it should be prime real estate and opinion is divided over whether the new development will be able to shake off the ­landslide’s superstitious legacy. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels site haunted by a deadly landslide past

Kotewall Court tragedy, which happened 44 years ago and claimed 68 lives, has left the area tainted by superstition

Kotewall Court today. Plans are in place for three luxury residential blocks with 14 floors and four levels of parking lots, it should be prime real estate and opinion is divided over whether the new development will be able to shake off the ­landslide’s superstitious legacy. Photo: Edward Wong Kotewall Court today. Plans are in place for three luxury residential blocks with 14 floors and four levels of parking lots, it should be prime real estate and opinion is divided over whether the new development will be able to shake off the ­landslide’s superstitious legacy. Photo: Edward Wong
Kotewall Court today. Plans are in place for three luxury residential blocks with 14 floors and four levels of parking lots, it should be prime real estate and opinion is divided over whether the new development will be able to shake off the ­landslide’s superstitious legacy. Photo: Edward Wong
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