Warburg Pincus-backed Kailong has purchased eight properties in Hong Kong over the last year, and now the real estate fund manager is taking a few pages from WeWork’s success story as it plans to redevelop this HK$3.7 billion ($471 million)… Read More>>
Singapore private equity firm Mapletree Investments is said to be putting a HK$9 billion ($1.15 billion) office tower in Kowloon East on the market as Hong Kong’s world-leading office rents continue to provide profit opportunities for institutional investors.
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Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, ferry operator Hong Kong Ferry has been awarded the rights to redevelop a project in Sham Shui Po for HK$1 billion ($131 million) by the city’s Urban Renewal Authority. Also in the headlines,… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, home prices in the city rose 15 percent in the last quarter year-on-year, the fastest in the world, according to Knight Frank. The real estate firm tracking 57 markets found out that Hong Kong… Read More>>
Guangzhou-based China Aoyuan Property Group is expanding its portfolio in Hong Kong by snapping up an industrial building in the New Territories logistics hub of Kwai Chung for HK$950 million ($121 million).
The mid-sized mainland developer is buying the 12-storey… Read More>>
Almost two years after agreeing to sell a Kowloon East office project to one of Hong Kong’s richest women, Swire Properties last week finally completed the 25-storey tower and closed the HK$6.5 billion deal.
The blue-chip developer announced to the… Read More>>
CK Asset Holdings is said to be planning the redevelopment of Hutchison House in Hong Kong’s Central district, an effort that could quadruple the 44-year-old office tower’s valuation to as much as HK$32 billion.
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HNA Group continues to shed US assets to pay off its debt burden, with the Hainan-based conglomerate this past week having been reported this past week to have sold the Minneapolis City Center mall and an adjacent office building for… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the chairman of property giant New World Development has shrugged off rumours of his imminent retirement, after the 71-year-old tycoon was said to have suffered a stroke. Also in the headlines, the city’s… Read More>>
The world’s priciest office market is driven by two types of demand — from cost-conscious multinationals, and from monied mainland firms, according to Neil Anderson, Head of Office Space at Hongkong Land, whose company owns Jardine House and the Exchange… Read More>>