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Old June 1st, 2008, 01:04 AM   #21
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very brilliant design indeed. having some sort of special it will look like manhattan some days!
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Got a decent skyline going there (Kowloon Bay - Kwun Tong), as viewed from Tai Koo.
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Winsor Landmark East available for leasing
22 May 2008

Office building Landmark East at Kwun Tong How Ming Street, which is developed by Winsor Properties Holdings Limited, is available for leasing now. Intended leasing rate is about HK$20-30/psf. The new office building has gross floor area of 1.3 million square feet. If all are rented out, Winsor Properties will see an annual rental income of HK$200-400 million, getting a 3-4% yield. Chow Wai-wai, managing director of Winsor Properties, says Landmark East consists of two towers with 36 storeys and 34 storeys each. He points out that Landmark East is scheduled to be completed in the third quarter of 2008. Total investment is over HK$7 billion. Currently, the company is discussing leasing with clients in industries such as information and technology and retail banks. Area involved is 30% of total area.

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Old July 3rd, 2008, 06:57 AM   #25
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Creating an urban oasis in the heart of industrial zone
Landmark East will meet corporate demand for cutting-edge design and energy-efficient office structures, and breathe new life into old area
25 June 2008
South China Morning Post

Winsor Properties' HK$7 billion Landmark East is being billed as an "urban oasis" complementing a host of iconic grade A buildings that are taking shape in East Kowloon.

The 1.3 million sqft twin tower development in How Ming Street, Kwun Tong, is set for completion next month and boasts an American Institute of Architects award-winning design by US-based firm Arquitectonica.

Commercial property specialists see Landmark East's distinctive 36- and 34-storey twin towers as meeting corporate demand for the trend in cutting-edge design and energy-efficient office structures. Just as importantly, the development helps set the pace as companies look beyond Hong Kong Island's core business districts for more space with a modern and people-friendly working environment.

John Chow, managing director of Winsor Properties Holdings, said: "No matter what your business is, connectivity is everything in the 21st century - both in technological terms and in the literal sense of having the means to get to where you need to be.

"That is the essence of Landmark East. We've tried to design an office building that offers it all - a building that allows you to connect with your own creativity and the world around you. No other property in urban Kowloon - or on Hong Kong Island - matches Landmark East's carefully honed balance of space, efficiency, convenience, quality and immediate value for the tenant."

Arquitectonica, led by Peruvian architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, acted as design architect for Landmark East. The towers are described as being vertically layered to form a dynamic composition of slim and interlocking planes, slanted at varying angles to create a sense of movement for the neighbourhood.

The development boasts a 35,000 sqft landscaped garden with water feature and outdoor sculptures, alongside a 100,000 sqft public open space. This "green" approach continues inside the gallery-like main entrance lobbies with 13.3-metre high ceilings.

A spokesman for the developer described the interiors as "outstandingly scalable thanks to flexible and generously sized [13,700 to 27,000 sqft] unobstructed floor plates". He said an intelligent configuration system and dedicated single-ownership management allowed for leasing solutions to be precisely tailored to the individual requirements of tenants. Office windows are floor-to-ceiling to make the best of harbour and "green" views.

Recycled rainwater is used for irrigation of the property's landscaped areas.

For these and other environmental features, the project received a Provisional Platinum Rating from HK-Beam (Building Environmental Assessment Method), a voluntary initiative to promote the environmental efficiency of buildings in Hong Kong.

Energy efficiency is also enhanced through such features as double-glazed Low-E glass fašades vertically finned to greatly reduce glare and heat intrusion.

"A VAV [variable air volume] air-conditioning system offers optimum comfort at a minimum of power use," the spokesman said.

"Landmark East is the product of a powerful vision that allies virtues commonly thought mutually exclusive, embodying inspiring form and outstanding efficiency; appreciation of nature and the hard edge of technology."

As well as access to dining, retail and entertainment amenities at APM and the surrounding area, two MTR stations are within five minutes' walk of Landmark East.

The building also houses 440 parking spaces.

Chris Marriott, Savills deputy managing director, said: "The location and ease of access makes it fair to say that this scheme is at the heart of Kowloon East and readily accessible from every corner of Hong Kong."
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Old July 13th, 2008, 07:43 PM   #26
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Building blocks in place for area's success
Attractive office rents and new, high quality towers are luring big firms to a fast-developing hub for commercial activity


With a growing stock of quality office buildings at competitive rents, East Kowloon has emerged as a new magnet for local and international companies seeking to build their presence in Hong Kong and the region.

The district's increasing popularity as a hub for commercial and business activity has also been bolstered by limited space in core locations, such as Central, Wan Chai and Tsim Sha Tsui, where office costs are much higher.

The development of East Kowloon is concentrated in Kwun Tong and Kowloon Bay, two key sub-districts previously occupied by old factory and industrial buildings. A major transformation has taken place there over the past decade with the redevelopment of vacant factories into industrial offices or office towers. The pace of office development has taken off, particularly in the past few years as Hong Kong's economy regains its momentum, and redevelopment projects are accelerated to tap the expansion of local and international businesses. New office buildings recently completed, or in the pipeline, include Enterprise Square5, Exchange Tower, One Kowloon and Manhattan Place in Kowloon Bay and Kwun Tong 223, Landmark East and Millennium City6 in Kwun Tong.

Fiona Ngan Wai-ping, regional director and head of markets for Kowloon at Jones Lang LaSalle, said East Kowloon had become a new commercial hub in Hong Kong with a strong portfolio of quality office buildings, and more being built.

"The new office buildings in East Kowloon are attracting more companies in different business sectors. In the past, active tenants in the district were often trading firms and those in sourcing and merchandising businesses. Today, the tenant mix is more established and diversified," she said.

"We have seen the relocation of more companies in the banking, accounting, retail, travel and other sectors to East Kowloon."

Big names that have either moved to or consolidated their operations in East Kowloon include Standard Chartered Bank, Bank of East Asia, Hang Seng Bank, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, MTR Corporation and Dah Sing Life.

Simon Lo Wing-fai, director of research and consultancy at Colliers International, said East Kowloon's development as a new business district had been driven by good town planning and infrastructure initiatives.

"Together with the development of the old Kai Tak airport site, East Kowloon should see strong growth potential," he said.

Mr Lo said the office market in East Kowloon had recorded a steady rental income growth in recent years with the arrival of more quality tenants, such as government departments and banks, who had consolidated their back-office operations there.

He said the monthly rent for gradeA offices in East Kowloon of about $27HK per sqft was attractive to tenants compared with rents in traditional business districts on Hong Kong Island. "Despite an increase in the new supply in 2008, developers and landlords are largely confident about the future growth of the office market in East Kowloon. New supply in East Kowloon provides an inexpensive alternative for office tenants who need to expand their businesses. However, some individual occupiers remain hesitant because the district is still transforming from an industrial area to a decentralised business hub."

There is a large rental gap between core and non-core office locations. Grade A office rents are about $90HK per sqft a month in Central, $55HK to $58HK per sqft in Wan Chai, $40HK to $60HK per sqft in Causeway Bay, and $50HK per sqft in Tsim Sha Tsui, according to Ms Ngan. The average rent in East Kowloon is about $20HK per sqft. Apart from the attractive rents, Ms Ngan said the high quality of new office buildings in East Kowloon was another key factor drawing tenants across the harbour.

"Tenants are impressed by the quality of new offices in the district, especially when compared with some aged properties in other areas which feature less than sufficient building facilities. New grade A office buildings in East Kowloon provide a good range of modern specifications such as raised flooring, higher ceilings and the use of upgraded curtain walls allowing more natural light in the workplace."

Ms Ngan said the extremely low vacancy rates of offices in core districts meant that relocation was an inevitable alternative for companies that were expanding, and the new supply in East Kowloon offered plenty of suitable properties for them to choose from.

"Several companies have moved into the district, and this will create a cluster effect and make East Kowloon more attractive to tenants. Even companies on Hong Kong Island have the district in mind when they consider relocations," Ms Ngan said.

"The prospect for East Kowloon is promising, with the district's massive developments such as Yue Man Square urban renewal project and the Kai Tak redevelopment.

"The district is poised to grow as another key commercial hub in Hong Kong, next to Causeway Bay and Hong Kong Island East. The mix of tenants will become more diversified and internationalised," she predicted.
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Old September 13th, 2008, 07:09 AM   #27
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Towering above the storm clouds landmark east
10 October 2008
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High-level investors have a handy Chinese maxim to fall on when asked on how they will fare in uncertain economic times - it's the one about crisis and opportunity sharing the same characters.

John Chow Wai-wai, managing director of Winsor Properties Holdings, and Gerry Kipling, managing director of Property One, have seen such storm clouds gathering over financial markets before. For them, previous cycles of economic turbulence share one factor: Hong Kong's commercial property sector has pulled through and it's business as usual once the jitters subside.

It's amid this maelstrom that the twin towers of Winsor's HK$7 billion Landmark East at How Ming Street in Kwun Tong stand steadfast as the finishing touches are put in place ready for approximately 1.3 million sqft of grade-A office space to fully open.

"In our market we are not just targeting the financial sector. For Landmark East we haven't been relying on that particular segment," said Mr Chow, adding he could not yet reveal the confirmed tenants other than to say the list included multinationals, local companies and "Kwun Tong upgraders".

"We will be very careful in picking our tenants; looking at major clients in the next couple of months when we are able to announce the type of tenants that have signed up."

He said the key for the viability of the office sector in Kowloon was that there was no new supply in Central.

"The property business will go on," said Mr Kipling, whose company has had a long association with Winsor as property managers. "We are in a city where there are very diverse business activities and frankly, if anything, this financial correction will be to the advantage of developments, such as Landmark East, because it offers outstanding specifications at real value for money."

Developers seem to be using this part of East Kowloon to showcase some of the latest technology for building interiors, security, sustainability and outstanding architecture. Arquitectonica, an award-winning US-based firm led by renowned architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia, acted as design architect for the Landmark East project.

The two towers display an eye-catching geometric form above a fully landscaped 35,000 sqft landscaped garden next to a 100,000 sqft public open space. This is part of enabling connectivity for people using the area, while also providing an "urban oasis".

Apart from the economy, perhaps the only other hurdle to the early success of the project is its location. Kwun Tong, an area undergoing urban renewal that seems far removed from the chicness portrayed by developers marketing offices in certain island neighbourhoods.

Again, this doesn't deter Mr Chow and fellow defenders of Kowloon who say the district is already a well-established commercial area and that Winsor is far from being a pioneer there.

"What we are trying to do is actually drive the area another notch higher in terms of building quality amenities," Mr Chow said. "The challenge is that you always have traditional thinkers - it's just as Canary Wharf was in London and now perhaps TST. We are the new guys on the block and we have to be better to attract people.

"What we are trying to do [with Landmark East] is be the landmark in that area. We have 35,000 sqft of open space, so it's like having features that no other buildings can claim to have. There might be open space, but not as big as this."

Connectivity was also a factor worked on from the early days when government authorities sought to have office towers complementing open space and enabling people to access public transport, dining and retail facilities via covered walkways linking commercial buildings.

"When the idea first came up, Kwun Tong was predominantly industrial," Mr Chow said of the days before Landmark East appeared on the drawing board. "So this was conceived to be an IO [investment opportunity] with very ordinary design. Suddenly our chairman asked why don't we do a best building to see if we can make the whole area more vibrant."

Mr Chow said Landmark East represented about 70 per cent of his company's total asset and acknowledged that a lot rested on the investment. "It's {hellip} the first investment and development of its type for the company. When it's fully operational with a cash flow then it's also going to be substantially higher than the levels we are on now. So all the future of the company lies in the success of this development and any kind of future plan going forward is predicated on how successful we are with this one."
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Ah, right in front of all those old, ugly mad max status apartments.
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Ah, right in front of all those old, ugly mad max status apartments.
Actually, the few blocks around this development are industrial (yes, industrial skyscrapers). Hope more will be torn down and redeveloped once the sub-prime stuff goes away.
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Landmark East已獲入伙紙
2008年10月15日

(development receives permit for occupation - tenants can move in; office space 1.3 million sq ft with 35k sq ft garden and square)

【明報專訊】由南聯地產發展、坐落於觀塘的全新甲級寫字樓Landmark East已取得入伙紙,項目位於觀塘巧明街100號,採雙子塔式大樓建築,總樓面面積達到130萬平方呎,地下另設3.5萬方呎的花園露天廣場。

南聯地產董事總經理周偉偉透露,該項目投資額達70億元,料全部租出後每年的租金收入達2億至4億元。
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Landmark East推新宣傳廣告
(明報)8月19日 星期二 05:10

【明報專訊】未來幾年東九龍陸續有多項寫字樓物業落成,其中較矚目的包括由南聯地產 (1036)耗資超過70億元發展的觀塘Landmark East,發展商短期內就會推出宣傳廣告The Ultimate Connection,即係全方位聯繫的意思。

呢個項目為雙子塔式設計,分別為34及36層高,合計面積達137萬呎,另外仲有佔地約3.5萬呎的園藝花園,為區內闢出綠化空間。
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Turns out looking like something you might find in Seoul. What's the last picture? Some sort of lift to take people to an underground passage way? It looks quite nice.

I see Hong Kong slowly incorporating some of these new glassy designs, which is very good.
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Turns out looking like something you might find in Seoul. What's the last picture? Some sort of lift to take people to an underground passage way? It looks quite nice.

I see Hong Kong slowly incorporating some of these new glassy designs, which is very good.
I'm guessing that's likely a parking lot entrance.
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