After its founder filed for personal bankruptcy in the US just last week, Chinese tech startup LeEco has seen its Beijing headquarters put up for sale by the capital’s courts after the electronics-to-video streaming group failed to make payment on… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s embattled chief executive Carrie Lam announced a raft of measures to help low-income households and the middle classes buy their own homes in her annual Policy Address this week in a belated attempt to tackle high housing prices… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s retail sales declined more sharply in August than during the 2003 SARS outbreak, according to a report released this week, as the city’s shopping sector suffered from the joint effects of tighter economic conditions on the mainland, the… Read More>>
The real estate unit of mainland e-commerce giant JD.com says it is teaming up with more than 200 Chinese property developers to offer homes at half their market value for the Singles’ Day online shopping festival coming up next month.
Despite the impact on Hong Kong’s hotel industry after months of escalating social unrest, a select number of players are doing some bargain hunting in the Asian financial hub.
Among the most active purchasers this year has been Payson Cha’s… Read More>>
CK Asset Holdings has sold a real estate project in the northeastern Chinese city of Dalian to Sunac China Holding for over RMB 4 billion ($560 million), according to an account by the Chinese business news site Caixin.
The sale… Read More>>
The chief executive officer of developer Frasers Property Singapore, will retire from the unit of Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi’s Frasers empire at the end of this year, according to an announcement to the Singapore stock exchange.
Christopher Tang, who will… Read More>>
Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC has agreed to acquire four hotels along the west coast of the US for $249 million through a recently formed joint venture with Summit Hotel Properties, according to an announcement by the New York Stock… Read More>>
Grade A office rents in Hong Kong’s traditional business district experienced their largest quarterly drop in seven years according to a newly released report, as a slowing mainland China economy and ongoing protests dampened demand in the world’s priciest commercial… Read More>>
A four-star hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui district, which fell into receivership after its owner was tortured to death on the mainland has received an offer from an interested buyer, according to a report in the Hong Kong… Read More>>