Hollywood Terrace in Central
Hollywood Terrace, located on two different sections of Hong Kong Island on No. 123, Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, and 268 Queen's Road Central. The completed units, like private buildings, can be offered for sale through the free market without any eligibility and transfer restrictions. The total construction area of the estate is 41,430 square meters. It was designed by Hong Kong's famous architect, Xu Xingyan and was built by Jinmen Construction Co., Ltd. in 1987. Later, both were appointed by the government to design and build government headquarters. The Hollywood Living House was originally scheduled to be completed in the early 1990s.
A spacious 1 bedroom apartment in Central. Modern finishings throughout. Light and bright. This unit comes with a separate powder room. Close to the shops and restaurants as well as good transportation links. The property is divided into two bases, A and B. The 35-storey building provides a total of 550 units with a floor area of 755 sq.ft to 975 sq.ft. There are a guest club and 24-hour property management and security services. The facade of the house is simple and degenerate, and the exterior wall tiles, metal, glass and other materials add a stylish atmosphere to the old district. This living apartment includes a high-efficiency rate of 82%.
Hollywood Living Court is a high-density urban reconstruction project located on a steep hillside with a difference of 23 meters in the old district. Its design is responsible for providing the public access to the city and greening the public space. It consists of a series of green spaces, rest areas, gardens, and is connected by flyovers, stairs, elevators, etc., forming an all-weather public passage, separated from the entrance of the residential building and the elevator lobby, but can echo each other to maintain the privacy of the building. Facilities include the gym, reading room, karaoke room, children’s playground and a place for outdoor BBQ.
Mid Level is an affluent residential area on Hong Kong Island. It is located between Victoria Peak and Central. Residents are predominantly more affluent Hong Kong locals and expatriate professionals. Aside from the panoramic view of Victoria Harbour and/or the rest of the city, it is also close to Central and Admiralty, which are both significant business areas, thus providing easy and convenient access for the business people living in Mid-Levels.
An added attraction of the Mid-Levels is its close proximity to nature and comparatively better air quality than many parts of the Hong Kong Island. Many wealthy people in Hong Kong are willing to pay a higher residential property price for a residence that is away from pollution and yet remains so close to the centre of the city.
Many prestigious colleges and schools can be found in Mid-Levels, including the University of Hong Kong, St Francis' Canossian College, Island School, King's College, Ying Wa Girls' School, St. Paul’s Co-educational College and St. Joseph’s College.
Taking 5 minutes to Soho dining area, the Central MId-level escalator provides the connection to a vibrant zone of Soho, which consists of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, art galleries and antique stores of Staunton Street and Elgin Street. Soho also provides chances for full-time comedy clubs for shows.