Building

Manhattan Heights

​(中) 堅尼地城 堅彌地城新海旁 28號, Kennedy Town
Year Built 2000
Manhattan Heights is a high rise development that was completed in 2000. It consists of a single 48-storey tower with 10 units per floor. The typical size of a unit is 434 to 714 sq. ft. (saleable). Residents have access to a comprehensive range of facilities, including an outdoor swimming pool, squash court, gymnasium, function room, billiards room, sauna, and table tennis room.There is a shuttle bus service to the Central Business District.

Our Accolades

Asia Pacific Property Awards / "5-Star Best Real Estate Agency Marketing Hong Kong / "Hong Kong Regional Nominee Finalist" / "Best Real Estate Agency Single Office Award Winner"

2020-2021

The 20th Capital Outstanding Enterprise Awards / "Outstanding Overseas Property Real Estate Agency"

2020-2021

Metro Finance's Leaders' Choice Awards / "Excellent Overseas Property Agency Brand"

2020

Asia Pacific Property Awards / "5-Star Best Real Estate Agency Marketing Hong Kong for Alila2 and YOO8" & "Best Real Estate Agency Single Office" / "Hong Kong Regional Nominee Finalist"

2019-2020

Metro Finance's Leaders' Choice Awards / "Excellent Overseas Property Agency Brand"

2019

The 19th Capital Outstanding Enterprise Awards / "Outstanding Overseas Property Real Estate Agency"

2019-2020

The 18th Capital Outstanding Enterprise Awards / "Outstanding Overseas Property Real Estate Agency"

2018-2019

The Hong Kong Council of Social Service / "Caring Company"

2018-2020

Asia Pacific Property Awards / "5-Star Best Real Estate Agency Marketing Hong Kong for Alila2 and Star Residences KLCC" / "Hong Kong Regional Nominee Finalist"

2018-2019

Metro Finance’s Leaders’ Choice Awards / "Outstanding Overseas Property Real Estate Agency"

2018

Asia Pacific Property Awards / "5-Star Best Real Estate Agency Hong Kong"

2017-2018

Metro Finance’s Leaders’ Choice Awards / "Excellent Southeast Asia Property Agency Brand"

2017

Asia Pacific Property Awards / "Highly Commended Real Estate Agency Hong Kong"

2014-2015