The Westminster Terrace

An award-winning development comprising 59 four-bedroom duplex apartments in one of Hong Kong’s most unique locations.

Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Paul Davis in collaboration with local architects Aedas, and outfitted by renowned interior designer Koichiro Ikbeuchi, The Westminster Terrace is a 33-storey tower over a cantilevering clubhouse and landscaped terraces with infinity pool and tennis court.

A history of city living 

We have offices in 17 of the world's most dynamic cities and have been managing land in Mayfair and Belgravia since 1677 and from a dedicated London office since 1836. North America was the location of Grosvenor’s first international projects: we have been active here for 60 years. Our knowledge of the Asia Pacific market stretches back more than 20 years and we have had offices in Hong Kong since 1994, in Tokyo since 2001, and in Shanghai since 2004.

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Apartments range from 300 sq m to 550 sq m in size, setting a benchmark for space in this market.  To ensure a high level of privacy for residents, each unit has a private lift lobby connecting the owners to their two allotted parking spaces and the lobby entrance.

The 605 sq m penthouse designed by Tara Bernerd is one of the largest in Hong Kong.  It features a 175 sq m roof terrace on the top floor with outdoor cooking, dining and lounge areas, as well as an infinity pool.

The Westminster Terrace is located in one of the most accessible locations in Hong Kong, only 15 minutes away from Hong Kong Island’s Central Business District, and 20 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport and the Chinese border.

The development, completed in 2010, was undertaken in partnership with Asia Standard International.  It was awarded “Best Residential High-Rise Development in Hong Kong” at the International Property Awards (2011) and was sole competing finalist for the MIPIM Asia Awards Residential Development Category (2010).

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