Island Resort is a high-rise complex located in the Siu Sai Wan
district of Hong Kong
(address: 28 Siu Sai Wan
Road, Siu Sai Wan, Chaiwan, Hong Kong). The complex contains four towers, each of which rises 60 floors and 202 metres (663 ft) in height; although the property is classified as containing nine towers, real estate data company Emporis ranks the complex as only four skyscrapers, as several are interconnected.
The entire complex began construction in 1999, and was completed in 2001. The buildings are composed almost entirely of residential units, with a total of 3,098 apartments; the lowermost floors are used as retail and restaurant space.
The land on which the Island Resort complex is situated holds the distinction of being the most expensive in the city; in 1997, prior to the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong, the Sino Land purchased the 2,500,000-square-metre (27,000,000 sq ft) piece of land for US$1,515,384,620 in order to develop the Island Resort complex.