Kwun Tong Town Centre Project (K7) (Park Metropolitan - DA1, Grand Central - DAs 2&3)
- 53,500 square metres
- Existing GFA
- 96,104 square metres
- Affected buildings
- Affected population
- about 4,763
- Affected property interests
- about 1,653
- Affected households
- about 1,401
Project Development Information
|Total GFA||about 401,250 square metres|
|Residential Flats||about 2,298|
|Commercial GFA||about 209,640 square metres|
|G/IC GFA||about 14,300 square metres|
|Open Space||≥9,348 square metres|
|Other uses||about 16,700 square metres (Public Transport Interchange)|
Park Metropolitan in Development Area 1 (DA1) was completed in July 2014.
Development Areas 2 and 3 (DAs 2&3) was completed in April 2021.
A planning submission has been submitted by the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) to the Town Planning Board (TPB) for the revised layout of DAs 4&5 in June 2017. The proposed amendments have been approved by the TPB on 9 February 2018. URA will continue to consult the Kwun Tong District Council on the project progress. A Model Display to show the design progress of the DAs 4&5 was held from 11-31 October 2018 at Nos. 64-68 Yue Man Square, which attracted 4,800 visitors, many of which were local residents.
In July 2022, a planning submission has been submitted by the URA to the TPB for enhancement of development flexibility of DAs 4&5 with no change to the maximum non-domestic GFA and all key planning merits to be retained. The proposed amendments have been approved by the TPB on 23 September 2022.
DA1 has been completed in July 2014.
DAs 2&3 including the Public Transport Interchange and hawker bazaar has been completed in April 2021.
DAs 4&5 is tentatively to be completed in phases from 2028 to 2032.
The Kwun Tong Town Centre project is one of the redevelopment projects announced by the Land Development Corporation in 1998. Occupying a site area of more than 500,000 square feet, this multi-billion-dollar project will be the largest single project undertaken by the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) affecting about 1,653 property interests and about 3,139 people. The URA commenced the statutory town planning approval process for the project in March 2007.
Because of the large scale and complexity of the project, the URA will work closely with the local community to ensure that the views of all important stakeholders are fully taken into consideration in the project planning process.
The Master Layout Plan of Yuet Wah Street site prepared by the URA was approved with conditions by Town Planning Board (TPB) on 19 December 2008. The Master Layout Plan of the Main Site (DAs 2, 3, 4&5) was approved with conditions by the TPB on 18 December 2015.
A Planning Application has been submitted to the TPB on 2 June 2017 for the revised layout of DAs 4&5, and has been approved by the TPB on 9 February 2018.
In July 2022, a planning submission has been submitted by the URA to the TPB for enhancement of development flexibility of DAs 4&5, and has been approved by the TPB on 23 September 2022.