The three-storey residential building at the corner of Castle Peak Road and Fat Tseung Street was built in 1933. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Hong Kong heritage board outraged as pre-war Chinese tenement block under threat of demolition

  • The Sham Shui Po block, built in 1933, is one of only three corner buildings built in the same tong lau style left in the city.
  • On the corner of Castle Peak Road and Fat Tseung Street, the three-storey building stands out for its curved facade
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The three-storey residential building at the corner of Castle Peak Road and Fat Tseung Street was built in 1933. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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