How tiny can a Hong Kong ‘nano flat’ be' Let’s squeeze in a garden and charge them more

Published Nov 15 2021 at 12:00 AM GMT
  • As new homes in Hong Kong shrink despite costing more, private developers are adding gimmicks to sell their smallest flats.
  • The latest feature: a tiny patch of garden.
  • More of these shoebox homes, usually just 200 to 300 sq ft in size, have been built in recent years, even in low-density residential areas in the New Territories.
  • The public sector has also joined in, building more tiny homes referred to as nano flats.
  • The trend has persisted even though the government has acknowledged that cramped….



  • Published Nov 15, 2021 12:00 AM GMT