More than 50 new flats were sold during the Easter holiday, showing the Hong Kong property market is recovering from the global financial crisis, agents said.

With robust demand, Cheung Kong (Holdings) will increase the number of flats for sale after the holiday at Central Park Towers II in Tin Shui Wai, a new phase of the project.

The company said it would add 32 more units to the first batch for sale from 24 units originally after receiving 1,200 preliminary orders, according to deputy chief manager for sales Joseph Lau Kai-man.

South China Morning Post