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District: Shatin • Street Name and Street Number: 33 Lai Ping Road • The photographs, images, drawings or sketches shown in this advertisement/promotional material represent an artist’s impression of the development concerned only. They are not drawn to scale and/or may have been edited and processed with computerized imaging techniques. Prospective purchasers should make reference to the sales brochure for details of the development. The vendor also advises prospective purchasers to conduct an on-site visit for a better understanding of the development site, its surrounding environment and the public facilities nearby. The address of the website designated by the vendor for the development for the purposes of Part 2 of the Residential Properties (First-hand Sales) Ordinance: www.dragonsrange.com.hk

This advertisement/promotional material shall not constitute and shall not be construed as constituting the giving of any offer, representation or warranty whether expressly or impliedly, or any seeking of any general expression of intent or specific expression of intent on any residential property. The sale of the residential properties in the Development will be carried out in accordance with the Residential Properties (First-hand Sales) Ordinance.

Vendor: Pembrooke Development Investments Limited.Holding Company of the Vendor: Not Applicable.Authorized Person for the Development: Mr. Henry Lau King-chiu of Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects & Engineers (HK) Limited.Building Contractor for the Development: Hsin Chong Construction (Asia) Limited.Vendor’s Solicitors: Kao, Lee & Yip, Baker & McKenzie ,Chu & Lau, Mayer Brown JSM, P. C. Woo & Co.Authorized institution that has made a loan, or has undertaken to provide finance, for the construction of the Development(Loan has been fully repaid): Agricultural Bank of China Limited Hong Kong Branch, Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited, Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited, Hong Kong Branch, Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited, Bank of Communications Co., Ltd. Hong Kong Branch, DBS Bank Ltd., Hong Kong Branch, Fubon Bank (Hong Kong) Limited, Hua Nan Commercial Bank Ltd., Hong Kong Branch, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited, Nanyang Commercial Bank, Limited, The Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank, LTD., Hong Kong Branch, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, The Bank of East Asia, Limited, Wing Lung Bank, Limited.Any other person who has made a loan for the construction of the Development: Apex Ally Limited, Dragon Fame Limited (Loan has been fully repaid), Dragon View (HK) Limited, Greenman Limited, Sing-Ho Finance Company Limited (Loan has been fully repaid).This advertisement is published by Hong Kong Homes Ltd with the consent of the Vendor of Dragons Range.Prospective purchasers are advised to refer to the sales brochure for any information on the Development.
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Housing Districts - Aberdeen

Waterfront

Floating Restaurant: Jumbo


Aberdeen is the area stretching from the southern end of the Aberdeen Tunnel up to the western shoreline just opposite Ap Lei Chau Island. Previously a fishing area with excellent natural shelter, Aberdeen still retains its early industry, The Aberdeen Harbour is teeming with fishing boats rushing in and out of i.e. the Fish Wholesale Market on the waterfront, or anchored in the Typhoon Shelter.

Along the Aberdeen Praya Highway up to Wong Chuk Hang Road to the east are large groups of public housing estates, some high-rise accommodations together with some industrial buildings. The biggest local shopping mall is the Aberdeen Centre located near Aberdeen Main Road.

Just across the Aberdeen Harbour 'linked by the Ap Lei Chau Bridge is the Island of Ap Lei Chau. Like Aberdeen, Ap Lei Chau is dotted with large public housing complexes; on the north-western corner overlooking harbour views, however, is the South Horizons, a large scale residential development with its own shopping and entertainment complex known as, the Marina Square.

Though not served by trams or the underground railway, these coastal areas are conveniently linked by good highways with easy access to bus and minibus. Causeway Bay and other downtown areas are only 15-min drive away through the Aberdeen Tunnel. Aberdeen Marina Club and the tourists-logged theme park, Ocean Park are located in Wong Chuk Hang. In addition, one of Hong Kong's tourist attractions, the Floating Restaurant is also located in this area.