China Overseas Land & Investment's One Kai Tak apartments under construction as of January 2017 at Muk Ning Street at the former Kai Tak airport site. Photo: Edward Wong

Hong Kong to add 96,000 homes over three years, but will they halt runaway housing prices?

The supply of new private housing will rise by 2 per cent to a record 96,000 units over the next three years, according to government data, but the new properties will do little to dent the record prices of housing in the city.

Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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China Overseas Land & Investment's One Kai Tak apartments under construction as of January 2017 at Muk Ning Street at the former Kai Tak airport site. Photo: Edward Wong
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