* There is only one residential unit on each residential floor but each of such floors also includes common areas including the lift lobby and staircases.
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District: Sai Ying Pun & Sheung Wan | Name of Street and Street Number of the Development: 42 Tung Street # | The Website Address designated by the Vendor for the Development: 42tungst.hk
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# The provisional street number is subject to confirmation when the Development is completed.
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Nestled in the quiet neighbourhood of PoHo, Tung Street lies at the heart of a unique district with a rich history set within the vibrancy of a modern city.
Anchoring one end of Hollywood Road and within a short stroll of Tung Street is Tai Kwun, the old Central Police Station compound now lovingly restored to a complex housing a collection of art galleries and restaurants. Also along Hollywood Road is PMQ, a historical building that used to be the Police Married Quarters and now been revived as a hub for local creativity and design.
The area is in the middle of a vibrant scene of small boutique galleries with major international galleries nearby in Central. Also next to Tung Street is Hollywood Road, where for generations have been a major hub for Chinese antique dealers. To add vibrancy and character to the area, a selection of international street artists have decorated some streets in the area with colourful murals.
The Tung Street area is characterised by a leafy and pedestrian vibe that stands in contrast with the hustle and bustle of the city. The PoHo area contains a number of parks that provide a place of calm despite being in the middle of Hong Kong Island. Tung Street is also a short walk from Central where the extensive MTR and bus network will connect you to all corners of the city. If time allows, one can choose a more leisurely way of travelling by choosing the Star Ferry or tram.
Source of the location map: www.google.com.hk/maps. The drawing is not drawn to scale and has been edited and processed with computerized imaging techniques. It is simplified and does not show all the streets, buildings and facilities in the vicinity of the Development. All information and images on the drawing are for reference only. The drawing shall not constitute or be construed as giving any offer, representation, undertaking or warranty, whether express or implied by the Vendor. For details of the Development, please refer to the sales brochure. The Vendor also advises prospective purchasers to conduct an on-site visit for a better understanding of the development site, its surrounding environment and the public facilities nearby.
The distinctive architecture takes inspiration from the unique urban fabric of the neighbourhood. The large windows on the tower are framed to create a delicate grid design that adds sophistication to the building. The clean lines and contrasting colour palette of the building creates an elegant and timeless aesthetic that will endure the test of time in this dynamic neighbourhood.
Located in the Poho area of Sheung Wan, 42 Tung St. is a brand new 23-storey residential building.
The exclusive development contains only 13 units comprising of 9 simplex units and 4 duplex units and offers the buyer a chance to live in a neighbourhood which is only a short stroll from Central. The units are creatively designed and are each served by an individual lobby and on the ground level is a commercial podium designed to blend with the street scape of the area.
The main lobby is a calm and light filled space with floor to ceiling glass that frames the Tung Street streetscape and greenery. The space is adorned with a variety of limestone that creates a warm atmosphere and grounds the building to this neighbourhood.
Each residence is served by an individual lift lobby that provides a sense of privacy.
The innovatively designed foyer doubles up as a galley kitchen by Bulthaup*. The living room is a light filled space with a large window facing South and a sliding door that provides access to the balcony facing West. The bathroom is designed with a recessed water closet that is tucked away from the vanity and shower. The master bedroom has a corner window that allows an ample amount of natural light into the space.FLOOR PLAN
The living and dining space occupies the entire lower duplex, which is surrounded by large South and West facing windows and a sliding door that provides access to the balcony. An L-shaped kitchen, equipped with walnut Bulthaup* fittings, surrounds the dining area. A lavatory is also provided near the opened staircase that leads to the upper floor of the duplex with three bedrooms and 2 en-suite bathrooms. These lofty and light filled duplexes occupy the upper floors of 42 Tung St., giving them expansive city views of Poho.FLOOR PLAN
The Development Studio (“TDS”) is a real estate developer based in Hong Kong with a focus on high quality residential and commercial projects. Its mission is to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary through creative design and thoughtful marketing.
TDS was formed by Keith Kerr in 2009 in order to share his extensive experience in real estate with a younger generation with a vision to create a ‘boutique’ development company focusing on a range of high quality residential and commercial projects.
Prior to forming TDS, he spent 35 years at Swire Properties in Hong Kong, the last 20 years as CEO and Chairman. Projects developed during his tenure were Pacific Place, Festival Walk, the Taikoo Place campus comprising 13 office buildings culminating in the 1,500,000 sf One Island East as well as a wide range of residential projects. Substantial mixed-use projects initiated in Mainland China during his tenure include Taikoo Hui in Guangzhou, Taikoo Li at San Li Tun in Beijing (incorporating The Opposite House hotel) and HKRI Taikoo Hui in the Puxi district of Shanghai.
TDS worked closely with a number of significant partners in the early years including The Kuok Group, Kowloon Development, Hysan Development and Kadoorie Estates, but has concentrated on creating it’s own projects since 2011.
Keith Kerr is President of the Real Estate Developers Association of Hong Kong.