West Kowloon is a reclaimed land area that originated from the West Kowloon Reclamation Project initiated in the 1990s. It stretches from Mei Foo New Estate in the north to Stonecutters Island in the south, providing additional land for the construction of private residences, government, and community facilities. Residential development is concentrated above Kowloon Station, making it one of the most upscale residential areas in the Kowloon district.
The West Kowloon Cultural District is a prominent feature in the area, combining culture, art, trends, and leisure entertainment spaces. It includes exhibition venues such as the M+, the Xiqu Centre, and the Hong Kong Palace Museum.
Additionally, there is a 2-kilometer-long waterfront promenade, offering ample green spaces. The Elements Mall is about a 10-minute walk away, providing residents with various dining options and a range of retail stores to meet their daily needs.
In terms of transportation, the area is served by the MTR Kowloon Station and Austin Station, with the convenience of the Tung Chung Line, Tuen Ma Line, and Airport Express. Adjacent to the Hong Kong West Kowloon Station, residents have easy access to the high-speed rail for travel to and from mainland China. There are also bus and minibus routes nearby, connecting to various districts in Hong Kong, creating a well-connected transportation network.
Residential projects are located above Kowloon Station, offering seafront views, a serene environment, and expansive vistas. Luxury residences in the area include Sorrento, The Arch, The Cullinan, The HarbourView Place, The Harbourside, and The Waterfront, with The Cullinan boasting particularly wide-ranging views.