Tanner Hill Estate (Chinese: 丹拿山邨) was a public housing estate in Tanner Hill Road, North Point, Hong Kong, developed by the Hong Kong Housing Society.
The estate consisted of two blocks, Yellow Stork House and Pine Tree House, which were built in 1960 and 1961 respectively. It was originally called Shu Kuk Street Government Low Cost Housing Estate (書局街廉租屋宇), but it was later renamed to Tanner Hill Estate to avoid confusion with North Point Estate. In 1996, the Hong Kong Housing Society announced the redevelopment plan of Tanner Hill Estate.
In 2000, the estate was demolished.In 2008, the land lease was modified at market value land premium for the redevelopment of an elderly housing project. It comprises three 30-storey buildings with a total of 588 rental units of 500 to 1,000 square feet (46 to 93 m2). In 2009, foundation work was started and the project is expected to be completed in early 2015