Tiny flats will make up a bigger part of next year’s batch of subsidised homes to be sold by Hong Kong’s Housing Authority, with some set to be as small as 186 sq ft – the equivalent of 1½ car parking spaces and the tiniest to be offered since the start of the Home Ownership Scheme in 1978.
The 320 small units, located in a development at the site of the former airport at Kai Tak, will be among the 8,926 subsidised flats to hit the market in the first quarter of next year.
About 30 per cent of the new batch will be smaller than 322 sq ft.
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