• Wang On Properties & CIFI Group jointly develop new luxury residence “maya”

    19 October 2018

    (18 October August 2018, Hong Kong) Following the successful launch of the much sought-after boutique residential property series “The Met.”, Wang On Properties Limited (“Wang On Properties”, stock code: 1243) together with CIFI Holdings (Group) Co. Ltd. (“CIFI Group”, stock code: 884) are launching a luxury residential brand series “NOUVELLE”, by unveiling the first project named “maya 曦臺” on Shung Shan Street and Sze Shan Street in Yau Tong.


    In the heart of Kowloon East adjacent to both core business districts in Hong Kong – Island East and Kowloon East, the project has superior geographical advantages. Being in a well-planned locale with perfect traffic connections, the project promises great convenience to residents. Be it in location, architectural design, interior layout or ancillary facilities, the project is an admirable choice that meets the needs of those pursuing elegant and quality lifestyle. It is expected to attract prospective buyers within and outside the district (such as Hong Kong Island East and Kowloon East), and is set to rise as a new landmark in Kowloon East.

    Mr Wong Yiu Hung Gary, Chief Executive Officer of Wang On Properties said, “Subsequent to the great success of ‘The Met.’ series, the Group is partnering with CIFI Group to develop a premium luxury residential project brand series ‘NOUVELLE’, stands as the true epitome of premium luxury residence. The French word ‘NOUVELLE’ presents the meaning of ‘new’, like ‘new’ knowledge and ‘new’ hopes, and the projects carrying the brand will all be superbly located in an area embracing potentials, residents are promised a leisurely French lifestyle filled with sunshine and hope. This new standard in luxury living is again set to attract the limelight of the market.”

    Ms Teresa Ching, General Manager, Property Development Division of Wang On Properties said, “‘maya’ is also a French word, it denotes a clear and pure blue close to that of the sea. It brings out the project’s unique attribute – an exceptional sea view. The Chinese name of the project is ‘曦臺’, with ‘曦’ meaning the first morning light evoking hope, and filling a home with warmth, and ‘臺’ is a project overlook of flat and expansive space with a vista extending to the horizon, it also inspired by the shopping mall and carparking podium, which is scarce in the market. ‘曦臺’ thus stands for fullness of hope and light, just like the rising sun. It invites infinite possibilities for its residents in the future.

    The project comprises two residential towers on a podium with a shopping arcade. It offers a total of 326 units of different layout designs, with standard two- to three-bedroom units and special units. Presenting a modern and clean outlook, exceptional green landscaping and a large clubhouse, the project provides residents a luxurious and cozy living environment.”

    Pending pre-sale permission of “maya 曦臺”, Wang On Properties is actively preparing for the project launch and show flats.

    Wang On Properties’ CEO Mr Wong Yiu Hung Gary (third-left), Executive Director Mr Tang Ho Hong Nick (second-left) and General Manager of Property Development Division Ms Teresa Ching (left), CIFI Group’s Chief Financial Officer Mr Yau Sze Ka Albert (third-right), Vice President Mr He Fei (second-right), and Director of Investor Relations Mr Leung Yuk Ming Lawrence (right) unveil the first luxury residential project named “maya 曦臺” in Yau Tong under the new “Nouvelle” brand series. “maya 曦臺” is on the opposite coast of the venue of press conference, which provides a perfect vantage point for guests to appreciate the premium location of the project with a panoramic view of Victoria Harbour in the centre of Kowloon East.


    For further information please visit www.nouvellehk.com/maya.





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