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Lake Silver
Lake Silver
View of clubhouse and swimming pool
View of clubhouse and swimming pool

Lake Silver (Chinese: 銀湖·天峰), formerly known as Lake W (銀峰·湖泊)[1] is a private housing estate developed by MTR Corporation and Sino Land. It is located in Ma On Shan, Hong Kong between Wu Kai Sha station and Monte Vista, another housing development. The whole project covers an area of 370,000 square feet (34,000 m2), and was completed in 2009. Lake Silver comprises a shopping centre with flats above.

Its advertising featured the song "Con Te Partirò" by Italian singer Andrea Bocelli.


Lake Silver comprises seven residential blocks, 39 to 47 storeys each. The blocks form an L-shape in plan. They provide 2,218 units, with an average flat size 76 square metres. The shopping centre comprises 4,000 square metres, and the car park has 340 spaces.[2] Projects to large units of the main two-bedroom flats start from 700 sq ft (65 m2) onwards, and to set up linked to double, even the roof and other characteristics of household units, the whole estate of more than 20 different types of intervals. Flat ceiling height of 10 feet (3.0 m), are built with environmentally-friendly household terrace, living room is equipped with the glass floor. Housing part of the club will be located in the MTR Wu Kai Sha station shelters, connected by two small split-bridge.

Standard units

Special units

Lake Palace

A total of seven such units (5 duplex units, two adjoining units), located in the top floor of Block 1,6,7, floor area from 2,362 feet (720 m) to 3,265 feet (995 m), unique is that the roof of each unit is illustrated with a private swimming pool.

Lake Villa

A total of 11 such units (11 duplex units), located in the top floor of Block 1 to 5,8, floor area from 2,097 feet (639 m) to 2,537 feet (773 m), unique in the living room of each unit is illustrated, inter alia with a private balcony aerial platform.

Lake Sky

There are 14 such units (13 duplex units, one connected units), located in the top 1–8, by a 1,600-square-foot (150 m2) building area, the unique is that each unit attached to a private rooftop.

Lake Garden

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Building design

Lake Silver of varying heights of each block, using a high ladder-type design, one of the most short, handed him to the stratigraphic sequence in each block, seven the highest, Lex and the MOS ridgeline tie. Unit size is also another consideration, the north (1,2,3,5 Block) unit, as it will be the next Lok Wo Sha block property projects landscape, it is 31 F, the following fully funded small units, because the building of more than 31 more than Lok Wo Sha The height is restricted to the project, hence the use of large units in the design. The east (7,8 Block) units, due to enjoy a permanent non-block landscape, it is all in order to enter the giant unit. 6 seats at the corner L-estate, with the north and the east wall, so blocks that contain both the size of the above-mentioned units.


Clubhouse with outdoor pool named 'Sapphire Lake'
Clubhouse with outdoor pool named 'Sapphire Lake'

Lake Silver clubhouse named "PALACE BY THE SEA", a total area of 360,000 square feet (33,000 m2) for the Sino Land a unit of real estate Yu Shan "Palazzo Derby Clubhouse" of 1.5 times. Hong Kong's first private club with islands (in the Wu Kai Sha station roof), the island is located three independent directors and a number of big houses and swimming pools. Club also has three banquet halls, including water Eden banquet hall, banquet hall and Ruby Sapphire Crown Royal Banquet Hall. Other facilities include 50-meter-long European lake-style outdoor swimming pool, indoor heated swimming pool, tree house Qinzileyuan, fitness room, outdoor children park, garden barbecue, indoor multipurpose stadium and so on.

False advertising

3 November 2009, Lake Silver TV ad days,[3][4] has been Hong Kong Broadcasting Authority ruled that false and misleading.[5] Council considered the licensee to submit relevant information and representations that: i the property of their value and popularity of the landscape is very important. Advertising can be imaginative ways to express, but the important property information must be accurate, should not have misleading. Ads at the end of the screen shows a panoramic view of the property. The end of the screen showed that the property is located in an environment surrounded by trees, but no other buildings nearby, the audience will think that this is a true description of the property, resulting in false and misleading advertising; and ii the licensee did not make reasonable efforts to determine the accuracy of the information in the ad. They should be available from the developer's "Property development information" and noted that the property adjacent to other housing estates, but the ad at the end of the screen does not show these buildings.

Walled design

Lake Silver days in order to "L" shaped buildings arranged in seven completely obscured behind the Monte Vista, but its completion is expected when the sea some premises will be Henderson Lok Wo Sha item block. The latter project is divided into 7, 25 3,335 households in between 10 and 32-storey level, is expected to Silver Lake and the lower middle class households in peak days, it is impossible to enjoy sea views.[6]


  1. ^ letters and Chinese named Silver Lake Lake W peak days Archived 3 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine, Ming Pao, 2008 April 8
  2. ^ Wu Kai Sha MTR development content
  3. ^ Lake Silver television advertising (one-minute version)
  4. ^ Lake Silver TV ad days (two-minute version)
  5. ^ Broadcasting Authority Silver Lake days feng television commercials advertising award Archived 16 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ "Ming Pao Daily News: Lok Wo Sha project blocking Silverlake days feng sea". Archived from the original on 3 March 2016. Retrieved 12 January 2010.

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