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Old December 16th, 2005, 09:58 AM   #1
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Tai Kok Tsui Redevelopments 大角咀重建

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Old December 16th, 2005, 08:46 PM   #2
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New view for Tai Kok Tsui
The Urban Renewal Authority will spend HK$260 million on a Kowloon project

Saturday, December 17, 2005
Hong Kong Standard

The Urban Renewal Authority will spend HK$260 million on a Kowloon project.
Authority district development director Joseph Lee said it plans to rip down three ramshackle buildings from the 1950s and 1960s at a Tai Kok Tsui junction and replace them with a 70-flat housing block surrounded by trees.

In addition to the HK$110 million for construction, interest and marketing cost for the future development, the authority estimates it will spend HK$150 million to buy the existing flats and shops and rehouse the 300 residents.

When the project is completed in seven years, the 5,800-square-foot site, at the corner of Fuk Tsun Street and Pine Street, will also have some street-level shops.
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Old December 17th, 2005, 01:06 AM   #3
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大角咀改建小綠洲

17/12/2005
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市區重建局昨日宣布動用二億六千萬元收購大角咀福全街、杉樹街重建項目,將三幢建於五、六十年代殘破不堪的樓宇,改建為區內「萬灰叢中一點綠」的城市小綠洲,受影響住戶約三百名、合共一百四十戶家庭,涉及八十個業權,項目最快可於二○一二年完成。有測量師指出,市建局多項重建項目正為大角咀區轉型,預計會吸引不少大中小型發展商加入競爭,帶旺該區發展。

市建局地區發展總監李敬志表示,發展地盤面積約為五千八百平方呎,三幢樓宇相當殘舊,不但沒有電梯,外牆亦開始剝落、渠管生及漏水,居住環境惡劣。受重建影響的業主,可按該區七年樓齡的樓宇作補償,住戶則可獲搬遷津貼或恩恤安置公屋,商舖亦可按市值賠償。

李敬志估計,以現價計算,收購物業和安置補償租客的開支,約需一億五千萬元,連同日後的建築、利息和物業銷售等開支,整體發展成本估計為二億六千萬元。

吸引發展商競爭土地
重建後,項目將發展為一座「小綠洲式」住宅樓宇,提供約七十個單位及八千六百多平方米的商業樓面。設計強調綠化概念,李敬志稱:「項目將成為大角咀區萬灰叢中一點綠,樓宇地面將會擴闊現有的行人路,並鋪上綠色地磚,形成綠化帶,外牆亦會綠化,改善居民及社區環境。」

大角咀是市建局九個發展目標區之一。按照《市區重建局條例》第二十三條,昨日出版的政府憲報刊載公告,宣布開展這個發展計畫,公開諮詢為期兩個月,預計整個收購連發展計畫需時七年,於二○一二年完成。

油尖旺區議會主席陳文佑贊成重建計畫,但擔心福全街為主要幹道,在擴闊行人路進行綠化帶時需收窄三分一條馬路,會造成交通不便。

美聯物業西九龍區域經理陳瑞香表示,近月同區約七年樓齡的成交呎價約二千七百多元。美聯物業測量師行董事林子杉指出,市建局多項重建項目正為大角咀區轉型,預計會吸引不少大中小型發展商加入土地競爭,帶旺該區。
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Old December 17th, 2005, 03:22 AM   #4
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I don't see how it's an oasis... It's just a regular building with some trees around it...
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HK needs to keep pushing re-development at faster and bigger pace...
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HK needs to keep pushing re-development at faster and bigger pace...
at faster and bigger pace while keeping the unique local culture of every district.
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I don't see how it's an oasis... It's just a regular building with some trees around it...
It's already an oasis in that old district.
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It's already an oasis in that old district.
Then they really don't need to Urban-renew... just plant some trees along the sidewalk! :-D
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Dear all, have you noticed how special for the street names in Tai Kok Tsui? Those Sts. actually are using the common floras in the temperate zone. You may refer to HK Place (In Chinese, just under the photos) for more details.* This oasis is to make TKT have the trees again on that area.


*Tit Shu (鐵樹 ) is sago cycad and Wong Chuk(黃竹 ) is whangee. Pine St. and Fir St. are opposed in Chinese. Sycamore Street did not translate on meaning but on sound.
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Old August 18th, 2006, 01:45 PM   #11
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Tai Kok Tsui site to be redeveloped
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What those "concept" pictures don't show you are all the street railings which will inevitably surround the building, preventing people from crossing the road. I very much doubt the trees will appear, as railings now take priority everywhere.
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Old August 23rd, 2006, 06:49 PM   #13
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Do you actually think railings will surround the oasis? I don't think it will be THAT bad...
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Do you actually think railings will surround the oasis? I don't think it will be THAT bad...
Unfortunately yes. Paris has the Eiffel Tower, London has Tower Bridge, HK has railings...
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Unfortunately yes. Paris has the Eiffel Tower, London has Tower Bridge, HK has railings...
Ahh... I only mean that I don't think the city planners are dumb enough to surround the oasis with railings to a degree that would seriuosly disrupt pedestrian traffic? You think?
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Ahh... I only mean that I don't think the city planners are dumb enough to surround the oasis with railings to a degree that would seriuosly disrupt pedestrian traffic? You think?
I am the city planners don't, but the traffic/transportation engineers do.
Unfortunately, people do blame it's the engineers' fault poorly designed to allow people crossing at the wrong location if something happens when it is the pedestrian fault in reality. It is totally overdone, but everyone is safe and no one gets blamed.
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Florient Rise an early exemplar of Tai Kok Tsui's makeover
25 March 2009
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Tai Kok Tsui in West Kowloon is widely regarded as an old district dominated by 40-year-old-plus residential blocks, industrial buildings and light-industry workshops.

All of that is due to change as a result of a redevelopment plan initiated by the Urban Renewal Authority.

One of the first signs of the new times envisaged for the area is Florient Rise, a joint venture between Nan Fung Group and the URA that will be ready for occupancy in September.

Targeted at home buyers in or near the district who want to upgrade their living standards, Florient Rise appears to have hit the spot, attracting buyers for 220 units when sales kicked off last weekend.

The Lands Department gave the go-ahead to launch the project in September, but the sales campaign was halted because the property market was badly hit by the financial meltdown in the last quarter.

Other new projects in the same district include Shining Heights on Sycamore Street, i-home on Larch Street, Bedford 28 on Bedford Road, and MOD 595 on New Reclamation Street. All are single-block developments with minimal facilities and offering mainly smaller-size units.

Located on Cherry Street, Florient Rise is just a stone's throw from Olympic Station. It consists of three blocks offering 522 units ranging from 598 square feet to 1,326 sq ft. Penthouses are 1,338 to 1,987 sq ft.

The development offers tenants clubhouse facilities that come with an outdoor swimming pool - almost a standard item nowadays in newly developed large housing estates but a luxury for residents in the neighbourhood.

Prices fetched last weekend ranged in most cases between HK$5,200 and HK$6,396 a square foot, according to the developers. A 1,111 sq ft unit on the 36th floor was sold at HK$9.81 million, or HK$8,837 a square foot, while a 1,300 sq ft unit on the 33rd floor fetched HK$11.16 million, or HK$8,585 a square foot.

Another new project in the same district with comparable facilities is the three-year-old Harbour Green, which comprises five blocks offering 1,517 units in total and is located 15 minutes' walk from Olympic Station.

According to data from the Land Registry, 23 units were sold in Harbour Green in the last three months at an average price of HK$5,975 a square foot. There are currently 33 listings in the development on the market at asking prices ranging from HK$5,153 to HK$9,075 a square foot, according to Centaline Property Agency.

Meanwhile, cheaper options can be found in the neighbourhood at the five-year-old Metro Harbour View, where ample listings are available at asking prices ranging from HK$3,136 to HK$5,011 a square foot, but getting to the nearest train requires a shuttle bus ride.
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