• 12 Shiu Fai Terrace officially named as Josephine Court

    14 March 2018

    (14 March 2018) Embracing the tranquil ambience of this delightful neighbourhood, 12 Shiu Fai Terrace, developed by Chinese Estates Holdings Limited, is officially named as “Josephine Court”.  The property combines luxury living with tranquillity for the most discerning residents in town.

    Situated at 12 Shiu Fai Terrace, this brand new 12-storey property is beneficially owned by Ms. Chan Hoi Wan, wife of Mr Joseph Lau.  The design of the property aims to create a sense of both intimate identity and timeless grandeur.  In particular, the contemporary curtain wall design of Josephine Court has been carefully chosen to provide a uniqueness and architectural nod on Shiu Fai Terrace. The property is tastefully conceived both inside and out to reflect the beauty, elegance and charisma portrayed by its name.

    Josephine Court is not only a brand new residential project on Shiu Fai Terrace, it is also the only new development on Stubbs Road which offers such a rare blend of beauty, style and practicality. 

    Edina Wong, Head of Residential Services, Savills, who is leading the marketing of the project remarked, “Residents living at Josephine Court will enjoy generous sunlight as well as tranquil surroundings in contrast to the clamour of the city which is only a stone’s throw away. The unwavering attention to detail, timeless interior design and generous efficiency delivers homes which are both exceptional and comfortable, something that no one will ever be tired of enjoying.”

    Savills is the sole leasing agent for Josephine Court.

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