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ISBN 962-8429-14-0

  Building and Construction eBook Series Vol. 5
Residential Development in Hong Kong
Part 1

Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated cities in the world and residential buildings with more than 30 storeys are common sight here. With advanced design and construction technique many of them are soaring over 50 storeys high in the local skyline.

The rapid growth of the local residential market, both in terms of quantity and property value in the 90s, had presented a perfect setting for developers, architects, engineers and builders to deploy innovative designs, efficient construction methods and new building materials and equipment to satisfy market demand. Through the process, local building professionals have accumulated invaluable experience and knowledge in the design, engineering and construction of highrise residential buildings. The same experience and knowledge can be shared by professionals in other parts of the world.

In this edition of Residential Development in Hong Kong íV Part 1, China Trend Building Press reports on 20 outstanding residential projects completed in recent years. The projects cover a wide spectrum of portfolio from the super deluxe of The Arch to the congested corner site of Princeton Tower.

With more than 320 digital pages and 500 high resolution images, plans and drawings, this eBook covers every aspect of the planning, design, construction and interior fitting-out of these projects.

The 20 selected projects also demonstrate the high versatility of local architects and engineers in tackling extreme site constrain and to strike a balance between usable floor space and quality living environment in one of the most densely populated cities in the world - Hong Kong.

1 Ho Man Tin Hill Road
80 Robinson Road
Bellagio Phase 2
Branksome Crest
Grand Promenade
Grandeur Terrace
Les Saisons
Park Island Oceancrest
Princeton Tower
Regalia Bay
The Arch
The Belcher's
The Harbourside
The Hillgrove
The Leighton Hill
The Merton
The Summit
The Victoria Towers
Tung Chung Crescent

China Trend Building Press Ltd
Hong Kong

E-mail: apb@building.hk

China Trend eBook series
Railway Development
in Hong Kong
Tall Buildings
in Hong Kong
Public Facilities
in Hong Kong Part 1
Public Facilities
in Hong Kong Part 2
Residential Development
in Hong Kong Part 1