Kai Tak Sports Park expected to be facilitated by 2025

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Kai Tak Sports Park

Kai Tak Sports Park is a multipurpose sports venue with a capacity of 50,000 people located at the former Kai Tak Airport in Kowloon, Hong Kong. The project is designed by Populous and is expected to be completed by the end of 2024, with an opening date set for 2025. ASM Global is the lead operator and is responsible for supporting the design, programming, and construction of the sports park.

“There are various energy conservation and sustainability design features such as a photovoltaic system, roof greening, vertical greening, and parking spaces with electric vehicle charging facilities. There are also smart city initiatives, including an intelligent building management system, wi-fi hot spots, an indoor positioning system, an intelligent car park management system, and mobile applications to facilitate precinct information, booking of facilities, and wayfinding.” according to the official announcement.

The sports park’s design inspiration comes from the “Pearl of the Orient” and features a retractable roof and a flexible pitch surface that can host a wide range of events. This includes major sports events, concerts and meetings, conferences, and exhibitions. The park also features a 10,000-capacity indoor sports arena that meets the standard of major international tournaments for a wide range of athletics, including basketball, tennis, gymnastics, and other entertainment events.

Also, Kai Tak Sports Park aims to provide world-class sports and recreational facilities to the public. “The Kai Tak Sports Park, occupying 28 hectares of land, is the Government’s most important investment in sports infrastructure in recent decades. When completed, it will become the biggest sports venue in Hong Kong. We are looking forward to working closely with Kai Tak Sports Park Ltd’s team to create a world-class sports park with high-quality facilities for the use and enjoyment of the sports sector and the Hong Kong community,” a Government spokesman said.

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