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Located at 1 Sai Wan Terrace, MOUNT PARKER RESIDENCES is a 21-storey residential building situated in the fully integrated commercial and residential hub comprising Cityplaza and Taikoo Place. MOUNT PARKER RESIDENCES is within walking distance from Tai Koo MTR station and is well-served by a comprehensive public transportation network and a full range of amenities. MOUNT PARKER RESIDENCES was completed in 2014.

*The above image is actual photograph of MOUNT PARKER RESIDENCES taken at King’s Road (Taikoo Shing section) in January 2014.

At a Glance


92 apartments ranging from 1,242 to 3,504 sq ft saleable area


With 5-minute walk to Tai Koo MTR station

Special features

Three-level clubhouse “Club Trio” offers extensive facilities

Take a closer look

MOUNT PARKER RESIDENCES is a 21-storey building comprising 92 apartments. There are 90 typical three-bedroom or four-bedroom apartments, ranging from 1,242 sq ft to 1,784 sq ft. Each apartment has a private lift lobby, providing residents with maximum privacy. Two special penthouse units offer three- and five-bedroom layouts of 2,748 sq ft and 3,504 sq ft respectively. *The image shown on the right was taken at MOUNT PARKER RESIDENCES in February 2014


This innovatively-designed building was constructed by world-renowned American architectural firm ARQUITECTONICA, who is the mastermind behind two of Swire Properties’ flagship mixed-use developments, TaiKoo Hui in Guangzhou and Brickell City Centre in Miami. MOUNT PARKER RESIDENCES is characterised by organic streamlined shapes and a striking curvilinear façade in aluminium and glazed cladding. Set against the backdrop of Mount Parker, the apartments offer spectacular views of the harbour, surrounding parkland and the city skyline. The development also received a “Platinum (Provisional)” rating under the Building Environmental Assessment Method. *The image shown on the left was taken at MOUNT PARKER RESIDENCES in February 2014