54-60 Percival Street Building Information
54-60 Percival Street
Number of units
334-474 sq ft
An older mid-rise building of 8 storeys completed in 1963. It has 2 entrances, 1 for no. 54/56 and the other for 58/60. Each number has a front and rear apartment so there are a total of 8 units per floor and they range in size from 334-474 sf saleable area. There is a total of 61 apartments as only 5 are on the 1/F.
Causeway Bay & Tin Hau District Information
For many years, Jardine Matheson has fired a cannon shot at noon every day by Victoria Harbour. The gunshots have served as time signals for many generations of old inhabitants of Hong Kong and this tradition continues till today.
Causeway Bay also has many midrise apartment blocks that cater mainly for the local community. Apartments are usually un-renovated of about 800sq.ft and up. Some of the units at the harbour’s edge have wonderful night views of the harbor lights.
Tin Hau is located between Causeway Bay and North Point in the eastern part of Hong Kong island. It is a medium density area with good access to parks and greenery as well as to public transport, shops and restaurants. There are both local and international schools in this area which has taken its name from the Tin Tau Temple which was built in the early 18th century by the Hakka people, dedicated to Tin Hau, goddess of the sea.
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