Grand Waterfront

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Grand Waterfront
Grand Waterfront Plaza

Grand Waterfront (Chinese: 翔龍灣) is a private housing estate and a shopping mall in Ma Tau Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, near Kowloon City Ferry Pier. Formerly the Hong Kong and China Gas gaswork site,[1] the estate consists of five 62-storey high-rise buildings and a shopping arcade.[2][3] It was jointly developed by Henderson Land Development and Hong Kong and China Towngas and completed in 2007.[4][5]

As part of the launch of the project, in August 2006, Jennifer Hawkins became the ambassador for the development.[6] Full front page colour photographs of her appeared as advertisements in several Chinese language newspapers; Minute-long advertisements for the development have been aired on primetime television in Hong Kong with Hawkins as the principal subject.


  1. ^ Central Kowloon Route Project Profile
  2. ^ Grand Waterfront
  3. ^ "Grand Waterfront, Hong Kong". Retrieved 4 November 2016. 
  4. ^ Cheaper fuel for Towngas
  5. ^ Grand Waterfront
  6. ^ Edmonds, Mike (26 August 2005). "Jennifer a commercial asset". Herald Sun. Australia. 

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Coordinates: 22°19′10″N 114°11′35″E / 22.31944°N 114.19306°E / 22.31944; 114.19306