LIME Habitat exhibition shows project model for first time
Instant impression of LIME People lifestyle
SHKP Press Release
4 June 2009
LIME Habitat is a luxury residence in Hong Kong Island East being developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP), and it has attracted a great deal of interest since the developer began publicizing it. SHKP is staging an exhibition at wtc more in Causeway Bay from 4 to 7 June with an architectural model of LIME Habitat's modernistic appearance shown for the first time. There will also be the latest photo-printing equipment at the exhibition so that visitors can use Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones to transmit their own photographs and print them on a LIME Habitat background to imagine the novel lifestyle of LIME People.
Sun Hung Kai Real Estate Agency Senior Sales and Marketing Manager Tam Sik-cham said: "Since LIME Habitat first appeared in the news, we have been receiving many inquiries about the property. This shows the great anticipation of and interest in this boutique-style residence and reveals the strong market for high-quality SHKP developments. We are responding with an exhibition to showcase a stylish architectural model and release more details about the property so that would-be buyers can learn more about the LIME Habitat concept of 'Living In My Exciting Habitat' and its elegant appeal. Potential buyers will get an idea of the project's premium lifestyle quality."
LIME Habitat's location in Hong Kong Island East offers the great advantage of being close to the North Point MTR with convenient transport. The project has an ultra-modern design using extensive glass curtain walls and made-to-order lime green glass panes for the balconies in a rare design feature for a residential project. These features will accentuate the spaciousness of interiors and enhance the exterior aesthetics.
There will be just two special four-bedroom penthouse LIME ∞ units, so they will offer exceptional value. They will have 270-degree sea and mountain views and the balcony and two large flat roofs will let residents take in the sweeping cityscape of Eastern District as if they were in a detached house. The window-to-wall ratios in the units are exceedingly high, with dormers in the living rooms. High ceilings at 11 feet 6 in and plenty of sunlight will afford a sense of space within the interior, and non-structural partitioning in the units will afford owners flexibility of space based on their needs.
The exceptional three-storey LIME3 clubhouse and amenities will embody a chic style and imbue a greater sense of home. The deluxe clubhouse sky lounge on the top floor at 400 feet will offer a panoramic view of mountains and sea around Hong Kong Island East and Victoria Harbour. The service and facilities will be beyond compare, such as a party kitchen, DIY workshop, self-service laundry and private yoga room to offer the convenience and comfort of a modern luxury lifestyle to urban sophisticates.
The LIME Habitat exhibition in the P1 lobby of wtc more in Causeway Bay will run from 4 to 7 June. It will feature modern technology to attract potential buyers, with a photo printer that lets people generate photographs framed with a LIME template on the spot using Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones, so they can imagine the trendy lifestyle of LIME People.
About LIME Habitat
LIME Habitat is at 38 Ming Yuen West Street in North Point in Hong Kong Island East. It will have 168 units ranging from 370 to 1,500 square feet. The project is in a prime yet tranquil site on Hong Kong Island, just a quick walk from the MTR. Public transportation is convenient, with Causeway Bay and Quarry Bay just a few minutes away. The development will have a contemporary, elegant exterior with modern materials and a trendy clubhouse for residents who value quality living and a distinctive lifestyle. This boutique project is one of the rare few on Hong Kong Island by SHKP in recent years and is poised to redefine luxury in the district.
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