Issue: March 08, 2013   (Archive)
Wednesday, December 2, 2015   

Losing the MTRC plot on prices
To provide more "stable" land supply, the government will dump the land application system in place for the past 14 years - but property analysts believe there is another area in dire need of a revamp.

Gorgeous Georgian
The borough of Islington is a secluded haven brimming with authentic Georgian charm in Inner London.

Wharfside living
Baltimore Tower will soon be joining the vibrant Canary Wharf area and become the epitome of modern luxury living.

Golden grove
The historic area of West Hampstead, which mainly comprises West End Lane, is one of London's oldest thoroughfares where Queen Victoria took her morning strolls 150 years ago.

Tailored for the top
With the southeast Asian market showing continued buoyancy, rental yields for developments in Kuala Lumpur remain highly lucrative, attracting buyers from abroad as well as executives across the spectrum.

Bridge to a tax free future
With two curved buildings standing back-to-back and meticulously joined by a central glass shaft, The Bridge is masterfully executed and aptly named.

Cooling off time
While the market is still awaiting the impact of demand-side cooling measures, there is considerable pressure on the supply side as well.

Stylish living in Tin Hau
This cozy nest for the modern, style-conscious traveler goes well beyond the basics, elevating the creature comforts of daily life to an art form.

Homes with heritage
Gloucester Place is a classic Georgian terrace and its architecture is typical of the 19th century. Situated in the quaint and affluent area of Marylebone, the restored residences come with practical layouts of studios, one-bedroom pied- a-terres and two-bedroom apartments.

Sunny side up
Fairview Park is one of the most luxurious developments in Yuen Long district. Hong Kong's largest low-rise residential development has 5,024 semi-detached residential houses in 13 different house types.

A walk in the park
The large-scale regeneration of Woodberry Park in North London is one of the capital's best-kept secrets, a new urban village enviably close to the city.

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