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Laguna Verde
Traditional Chinese海逸豪園
Simplified Chinese海逸豪园
Laguna Verde in August 2009
Laguna Verde in August 2009

Laguna Verde (Chinese: 海逸豪園) is a private housing estate developed by Cheung Kong Holdings, located in Tai Wan, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It consists of 25 residential towers.

Laguna Mall

Main article: The Laguna Mall

Laguna Verde in October 2004
Laguna Verde in October 2004

There is a small shopping centre/office building nearby named The Laguna Mall, that was previously named Fishermen's Wharf. The Office of CLP (China Light Power) is located at the second and third floors of the shopping centre.

On the first floor are mainly tutorial centers and a restaurant named Laguna Palace which attracts a lot of Mainland Chinese tourists. Tutorial Centers like Eye Level and Mathnasium are opened on the first floor. There are lower and upper ground floors. The Upper Ground Floor consists of few restaurants such as: UCC Coffee Shop, Taste King, McDonald's and SD Cafe. The Lower Ground Floor consists of a Circle K convenience store, a Café de Coral fastfood restaurant and a ParknShop supermarket (recently converted to Fusion). Basement Levels 2 and 3 are combined with the basement levels of the apartments.

In 2016, the mall was sold to CLP, who planned to use the building for its permanent headquarters. In 2018 they demanded tenants to leave before 2018. Under the plan, CLP would take over the vast majority of the retail space as well as part of the Lagune Verde Clubhouse space which belongs to the residents. Over 5,000 residents signed a petition to oppose the plan.[1] After that, CLP modified the plan to vastly reduce retail space, leaving only the basement level and proposing sealing off several exits from the public.[2]


Laguna Verde in October 2004
Laguna Verde in October 2004

The Clubhouse is located between Tower 11 and 20 with large-sized swimming pools at the garden. It consists of 3 floors: The Ground Floor, Basement Level 1 and Basement Level 2.

Moreover, part of the clubhouse is located at the roof of Fishermen's Wharf. There is a few tennis courts, mini-golf courts, two basketball courts and an outdoor playground on the roof.

Residential apartments

Laguna Verde consists of 25 Towers, with five phases. There is a total of 4,735 units.[3]

Only partial flats in towers 8, 9, 12A, 15A, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22, 25 have a view of the harbour.



Laguna Verde is in Primary One Admission (POA) School Net 35. Within the school net are multiple aided schools (operated independently but funded with government money) and Ma Tau Chung Government Primary School (Hung Hom Bay).[4]


  1. ^ 中電重建海逸坊 逼走商戶幼兒園 Archived 2017-03-05 at the Wayback Machine 蘋果日報,2016年6月20日
  2. ^ 中電重推改建海逸坊 擬改劃9成面積為辦公室 業委會炮轟罔顧居民利益 Archived 2021-06-17 at the Wayback Machine 蘋果日報 2021年5月27日
  3. ^ Xue, Charlie Q. L. (2016). Hong Kong Architecture 1945–2015: From Colonial to Global. Springer. p. 119. ISBN 9789811010040.
  4. ^ "POA School Net 35" (PDF). Education Bureau. Retrieved 2022-09-12.

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