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Hong Kong and Macau: Overheated development rate?


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  • Hong Kong and Macau: Overheated development rate?

    Could the multiple construction projects planned for the two SARs compete themselves into bursting the real estate bubble ? ? ?

    Are they insane to try to build this many things at once? Is there enough steel in China?

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    If they've got the money and want to spend it let them do lots of projects. And if any of them are looking for a smaller scale project, I am looking for a sponsor so I can feel free to email me if you read this.


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      Re: Hong Kong and Macau: Overheated development rate?

      Concept Plan for Lantau


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        Re: Hong Kong and Macau: Overheated development rate?

        The Tallest building is the New ICC (International Commerce Centre) now under construction.


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          Re: Hong Kong and Macau: Overheated development rate?

          Model Showing SkyCity and AsiaWorld Expo at Hong Kong International Airport.
          Upon Completion it will be the biggest Airport Infrastructure in the World.(It might take many years to complete)


          Bridge Linking Hong Kong and Shenzhen (West Corridor/Deep Bay Link)


          Stonecutters Bridge (now under construction), when completed will be one of the longest span cable-stayed bridges in the world.


          The Nina Tower at Tsuen Wan (under construction)


          Panorama Hotel (under construction)


          Novotel Citygate Hotel (opening soon) at Tung Chung


          Lan Kwai Fong Hotel (boutique hotel) at Central, Hong Kong


          Cityplaza Hotel at Cityplaza (to be completed by 2009)

          Hotel at Ting Kau by Sun Hung Kai Properties (under development)

          Harbourview Horizon Hotel and Harbourfront Horizon Hotel (2006)
          largest twin-design hotels in Hunghom Harbourfront

          Apex (mixed use: hotel and residential) (under construction)

          Last edited by PennysBayChronicle; 03-05-2006, 06:03 AM.


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