Chinese Billionaire Pays HK$498 Million for Asia’s Third Most Expensive Apartment at Mount Nicholson in Hong Kong
Chinese billionaire Zhu Xingliang has bought 2 apartment units at luxury housing development Mount Nicholson in Hong Kong for HK$498.88 million ($63.72 Million). Mount Nicholson, jointly developed by Wheelock & Co and Nan Fung Development, is a luxury housing development atop Hong Kong’s highest elevation, The Peak. The transaction is the third most expensive residential home recorded in Asia and was sold in November 2017.
“ Chinese Billionaire paid HK$498 million for 2 Asia’s Most Expensive Apartments at Mount Nicholson ”
Zhu Xingliang founded Suzhou Gold Mantis Construction Decoration 1993, and is estimated to be worth just under $3 billion in personal net worth. He paid HK$498.88 million or HK$116,945 per square foot for the four-bedroom flat on the 10th floor of the development’s third phase.
About Mount Nicholson
Mount Nicholson, jointly developed by Wheelock & Co and Nan Fung Development, is a luxury housing development atop Hong Kong’s highest elevation, The Peak. The address is No 8 Mount Nicholson and is being developed for 48 flats and 19 houses.
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