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YOHO Town Phase I
Yoho Midtown
YOHO Mall Atrium
Grand YOHO

YOHO Town (Chinese: 新時代廣場) is one of the largest private housing estates and shopping centres in Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong. It was developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties.[1]

Private housing

YOHO Town is divided into four phases.

Phase 1 "Yoho Town" has 2,200 residential units in eight blocks built in 2004.[2]

Phase 2 "Yoho Midtown" was completed in 2010, and consists of eight residential buildings and a commercial shopping centre, YOHO Mall, opened in September 2015.[3]

Phase 3 "Grand Yoho", was partially completed in June 2017 and consists of clubhouse and a commercial shopping centre YOHO Mall extension opened in July 2017. It is meant to have nine residential blocks, but only seven have been completed. Construction of one part of the development was suspended after the discovery of excessive settlement of two nearby viaduct columns supporting the adjacent West Rail line.[4]

Phase 4 is still under construction.

Shopping centre

YOHO Mall consists of three parts: YOHO mall 1, YOHO mall 2 and YOHO mall 1 extension. The total commercial area is about 1.1 million square feet.

See also

References

  1. ^ First Yoho flats for under $1m
  2. ^ Record-breaking sale of this year for YOHO Town in Yuen Long[dead link]
  3. ^ YOHO MIDTOWN Archived October 7, 2008, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Cheng, Kris (22 June 2018). "Two rail track bridge columns at MTR's Yuen Long station have sunk 20 mm since 2013". Hong Kong Free Press.

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