Situated on the Northeast side of Hong Kong Island, Heng Fa Chuen is a private residential estate built along the shoreline that was once a beach. Thanks to the reclamation construction, these housing properties enjoy a tranquil waterfront with awe-inspiring sea views of the Tathong Channel and a comfortable distance away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolis.
Its connection to the vast transportation network is another reason Heng Fa Chuen has drawn a wide appeal. It is just a stone’s throw away from Heng Fa Chuen MTR station, which also extends to the Heng Fa Chuen Market and Paradise Mall. This renovated shopping arcade hosts a variety of stylish brands, delightful cuisines, groceries, health and beauty stores, and electronics, offering a one-stop shopping and leisure experience for residents and families in Hong Kong. Furthermore, Heng Fa Chuen benefits commuters with its readily accessible minibus and bus routes (118P, 85, etc.) that navigate east to Chai Wan and west to Central and Wan Chai.
Jointly developed by the MTR Corporation, Kerry HK Properties, Kiu Kwong Investment Corporation, and more, Heng Fa Chuen was established in 1979 and officially opened to the public on 10th July 1982. A total of 48 blocks, numbered 1-50 (14 and 44 omitted), house 6504 apartments ranging in saleable areas from 453 sq. ft to 1028 sq. ft for rent and sale in Hong Kong. Situated right by the residential estate, Shing Tai Road demarcates Heng Fa Chuen Upper and Lower. Heng Fa Chuen (Upper) includes Blocks 1-21 built atop the MTR station, each ranging in height from 13 to 14 storeys with two lifts. While Heng Fa Chuen (lower) enjoys a lower relief on the right side of Shing Tai Road, accommodating Blocks 22-50 with 18-21 storeys and three lifts per tower.