Kwun Tong Garden Estate

Kwun Tong Public housing tour

Kwun Tong Garden Estate

Kowloon Hong Kong

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In 1960, the Housing Authority established ten low-cost housing estates, including the Kwun Tong Garden Estate. Garden estate is the first estate of Government Low-cost Estate Scheme built in Kwun Tong.

Lotus Tower is the reconstructed part of Kwun Tong Garden Estate. The garden's exterior wall has a striking red and white pattern. It was redeveloped in 1990, formerly known as the seven buildings named after flowers, and after redevelopment it was named Lotus Tower.

The other five blocks (phrase ll) are planned to be reconstructed in 2025. They are the first of public housing estate completed in the 1960s, in different names of birds. Yin Chee Lau, Wah Mei Lau, Hay Cheuk Lau, Pak Ling Lau, and Hung Cheuk Lau. The reconstruction plan will be carried out in two phases, the first phase will be to demolish the Yin Chee Lau and Hay Cheuk Lau to allow residents to move into the Ting On Street resettlement.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Kwun Tong Public housing tour


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