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Welcome to Kai Tak

Kai Tak Development Area, formerly called South East Kowloon Development, is a Hong Kong urban development plan. After Hong Kong International Airport moved from Kowloon City (Kai Tak Airport) to Chek Lap Kok in July 1998, the Hong Kong government planned for urban development on the old airport site. The plan calls for a multi-purpose sports complex, a metro park, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, a hotel, a housing estate, and commercial and entertainment construction projects over an area of more than 328 hectares (810 acres).
The planned population is 86,000 people, accommodated in 30,000 housing units, including 13,000 constructed as part of public housing estates. The total gross floor area is over 14,400,000 square feet (1,340,000 m2) with over 110 hectares (270 acres) of open space. The total cost for the development is about one hundred billion Hong Kong dollars.

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