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Site in Kai Tak up for public tender

The site is designated for non-industrial purposes.

The New Kowloon Inland Lot No.6649 at Kai Tak Area sites 4, 5(B), and 10 has been launched for sale by public tender by the Lands Department.

The tender will open on 4 November and close on 16 December.

The Kai Tak site, which is part of the government’s 2022-23 Land Sale Programme, is designated for non-industrial purposes except godown, hotel and petrol filling station.

The site has an area of 19,919 sq m with a minimum and maximum gross floor area of 79,039 sq m and 131,732 sq m.

The total excludes the GFA of government accommodation for two sets of residential care homes for the elderly and daycare units, a parents/relatives resource centre and a residential child care centre to be constructed by the purchaser.
 

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