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Premium Forest Hills residence and Tianhui Plaza integrated project launched in Guangzhou commercial core

2012-10-22

Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) announced its majority-owned, deluxe Forest Hills residential project and Tianhui Plaza joint-venture with KWG Property and R&F Properties, adding to its Guangzhou portfolio.

Modern Forest Hills homes

Forest Hills is SHKP’s first majority-owned project in Tianhe, Guangzhou.  It is along the city axis and features fine architecture, with close proximity to Guangzhou East Railway Station, CITIC Plaza and Tianhe North, promising a premium lifestyle.

Stone, mirrors, steel and full-length windows accentuate the project’s modern, elegant aesthetics.  The main lift lobby follows top standards of international hotels.  Its clubhouse has an exceptional design.  Large windows will let in natural light and reduce electricity consumption, in keeping with SHKP’s green principles and low-carbon trends worldwide.  Its vertical garden will offer a tranquil, pleasant environment.

Sun Hung Kai Development (China) Ltd. South China General Manager Echo Huang said: “It is my great pleasure to introduce Forest Hills – an ideal home to enjoy with family and friends.  It is a premium residence that caters to the needs of Guangzhou buyers.”

Tianhui Plaza celebrates metropolitan glamour

Tianhui Plaza in the heart of Guangzhou’s Zhujiang Xincheng commercial zone is made up of The Riviera deluxe serviced apartments, an upscale shopping mall, six-star Conrad Hotel, grade-A offices and an urban art park.  It is a shopping, dining, living, business, entertainment and leisure destination with convenient transport for those with discerning tastes in pursuit of a metropolitan lifestyle.

Sun Hung Kai Development (China) Ltd. Project Director Robert Chan said: “Tianhui Plaza was carefully planned to integrate its different components with easy access to capture the essence of urban living.  We emphasize functionality and connection with people.  The design was inspired by the Millennium Park in Chicago, combining art, culture and interaction to offer people an exceptional experience.”

Sun Hung Kai Development (China) South China General Manager Echo Huang (fourth right) and Sun Hung Kai Development (China) Project Director Robert Chan (sixth right) at the Forest Hills ribbon-cutting ceremony
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Sun Hung Kai Development (China) South China General Manager Echo Huang (fourth right) and Sun Hung Kai Development (China) Project Director Robert Chan (sixth right) at the Forest Hills ribbon-cutting ceremony

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