New Xinyi apartments driving the luxury trend新的信義公寓駕駛豪華趨勢
December 14, 2014, 12:23 am TWN
The Asia-Pacific Hall was also owned by the Weijing Group prior to the construction of Tao Zhu. Shen Ching-jing has previously admitted to considering selling off the convention hall to increase company liquidity. However, after numerous failed attempts, Weijing's plan changed in 2012 and the investment group demolished the convention hall to make way for construction of a luxury apartment complex. Two years later, Tao Zhu is at the epicenter of hot properties in Taipei, said the Weijing Group.
The luxury apartment complex is located on the former grounds of the Asia-Pacific Hall (亞太會館). The project was developed by Chunghwa Engineering Investment (中華工程), a subsidiary of the Weijing Group (威京集團). President of the Weijing Group Shen Ching-jing (沈慶京) did not attend the press conference yesterday at the opening of the complex but was represented by his son, who told members of the media that the complex already has potential buyers. However, Shen's son, Shen Hui-ting (沈輝庭), did not specify how many potential buyers there are, nor did he reveal any information about the starting price.Located in Taipei's Xinyi District (信義區), Tao Zhu Hidden Garden (陶朱隱園) hosted a press conference yesterday to show off their new and improved luxury facility. Although a final decision has not been made, estimates suggest that the new price for each housing unit will go for NT$4 million per ping (one ping equals 3.306 square meters).
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- A new luxury apparent complex in Taipei allows residents to drive sports cars directly up to their floor; the apartment was viewed at an exclusive press conference yesterday, but starting prices have yet to be disclosed.
Tao Zhu was designed by French architect Vincent, and features a 21-floor spiraling structure that twists a full 90 degrees from floor to rooftop, according to the builder. The unusual design has not only attracted attention in Taiwan, but it's also a rarity even on the international property market, according to the company.
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In addition to being a seismically protected structure, Tao Zhu may attract high-income tenants with an elevator that allows residents to directly drive their cars up to their floor, the builder said. The complex has 40 units in total, with each unit comprising roughly 300 ping.
Current conjecture suggests that each unit will go for NT$4 million per ping, which has attracted the attention of those in the Hong Kong luxury property market, where some houses go for as much as NT$8 million per ping, according to the company. Chunghwa stated that starting prices are still undecided, but the investment group did not directly deny rumors.
台北，台灣 - 台北一個新的豪華顯然複雜允許居民駕駛的跑車，直接由他們的地板上; 公寓昨天在觀看獨家的新聞發布會，但在開始的價格尚未披露。