Tsui Ping Estate (Chinese: 翠屏邨) is an estate redeveloped in the 1980s and the 1990s. It is divided into Tsui Ping (South) Estate (Chinese: 翠屏(南)邨) and Tsui Ping (North) Estate (Chinese: 翠屏(北)邨). The redeveloped estate has 19 blocks in total.
Wan Hon Estate (Chinese: 雲漢邨) is named for nearby Wan Hon Street, the estate consists of two blocks completed in 1998. It was built on the site of a former squatter area, which was cleared in the 1970s and left vacant until Wan Hon Estate started construction in 1996.
Wo Lok Estate (Chinese: 和樂邨) the oldest existing public housing estate in Kwun Tong District, and the first public housing estate with seven-storeys blocks.
The estate comprises 11 blocks of buildings of Old Slab type built from 1962 to 1966. It was developed into 2 phases. Phase 1 included 8 seven-storey blocks built in 1962 and 1963, while Phase 2 included 3 blocks built in 1965 and 1966. In 2007, the government evaluated the condition of the buildings, and found them all structurally sound. However, structural repair and improvement works were carried out to sustain the buildings for the next 15 years.