Kailong Group has put a total of five Hong Kong commercial assets on the market within the past two months, with the disposals to total as much as HK$2.37 billion ($302 million), should the fund manager succeed in finding a… Read More>>
A luxury villa in Hong Kong Island’s Deep Water Bay sold on Sunday for HK$870.2 million ($110.8 million), according to public records, in the city’s priciest residential transaction this year.
With the market for Hong Kong high-end housing continuing to… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s CK Asset Holdings could be on its way to turning the Harbour Plaza Resort City hotel in the New Territories into a HK$14 billion ($1.78 billion) housing and retail project, having on 7 June submitted an application to… Read More>>
Swire Properties is expanding its holdings near its Pacific Place complex on Hong Kong island, having bested 20 competing bids to secure a residential site in the city’s Wan Chai area through a government tender for HK$1.96 billion ($249.9 million),… Read More>>
New York-based private equity group Angelo Gordon could be on its way to building a 20-megawatt data centre in Hong Kong’s New Territories, having last month submitted a second redevelopment application in three months to the city’s Town Planning Board,… Read More>>
The first government tender of a residential project in Hong Kong’s Wan Chai area in eight years closed on Friday with a flock of developers entering bids for the chance to develop housing worth nearly HK$3 billion ($382 million) on… Read More>>
A high-level unit at CK Asset’s 21 Borrett Road project in Hong Kong’s Mid-Levels was sold for HK$91,895 per square foot last week, setting a new record for a non-penthouse unit at the luxury residential property, despite sales at the… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s SEA Holdings this week acquired its second luxury residential site in four months, and is on the way to building a HK$900 million ($114.6 million) housing project targeting wealthy mainland tenants in the city’s Jardine’s Lookout neighbourhood.
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Japan’s Nomura Securities is surrendering an entire floor in Hong Kong’s second-tallest office tower, having terminated its lease for the 26th floor at Two International Finance Centre last month, according to local media accounts.
After handing back the 23,076 square… Read More>>
The family of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing-Bor continues to market their holdings in the city, having completed at least three asset sales over the past two weeks, according to sources familiar with the transactions.
The family has… Read More>>