Hong Kong developers kick off multigeneration housing projects for the elderly to live in proximity to their families

Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) is kicking off Hong Kong’s first “multigeneration” housing project, offering facilities that cater equally for the young and the elderly, as the city’s largest developer adjusts its real estate designs to a rapidly greying population.Up to 20 per cent, or 303 of the 1,1518 apartments at the developer’s proposed project in Tung Shing Lei, a seven-minute walk from the Yuen Long subway station in the New Territories, will be configured specifically for the elderly,…

Hong Kong developers kick off multigeneration housing projects for the elderly to live in proximity to their families
Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) is kicking off Hong Kong’s first “multigeneration” housing project, offering facilities that cater equally for the young and the elderly, as the city’s largest developer adjusts its real estate designs to a rapidly greying population.Up to 20 per cent, or 303 of the 1,1518 apartments at the developer’s proposed project in Tung Shing Lei, a seven-minute walk from the Yuen Long subway station in the New Territories, will be configured specifically for the elderly,…