Forfar Heights have always been associated with the tallest flats in Queenstown. In 1956, the 14 storey (chap si lau) zigzag high rise apartment was the tallest block at its time with 106 units and four shops on the first storey. Built, without piling, the building stood out with its shape which was aesthetic while reducing wind pressure at the same time. It was the iconic landmark of Queenstown then. The macabre extended even to the modern Forfar house, no thanks to the fatal attraction it drew. It's called the suicide central. If people wanted to commit suicide, they would go to a high building. Hence Forfar House became very famous for suicide too.