Hong Kong-based Arch Capital Property Advisors has spread its investment wings into Taiwan’s commercial sphere, acquiring the Taimall Shopping Center in Taoyuan for about NT$13.8 billion ($450 million) on behalf of an an unidentified institutional investor, who partnered with Taiwanese investment… Read More>>
Russell Street in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay outstripped Fifth Avenue in Manhattan to become the world most expensive retail street for the first time in five years, according to a survey of retail locations released this week.
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China’s Bank of Communications appears to be taking advantage of a sustained slide in Hong Kong retail rents to expand its footprint in the city’s Central district at a rent less than half of what an earlier tenant paid for… Read More>>
The Asian arm of US mall operator Taubman Centers has won recognition for its achievements in the design and development creativity of the Starfield Hanam Shopping Center in South Korea, according to a media release.
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Chinese internet giant Tencent is forming a RMB 1.2 billion (US$170 million) grocery joint venture with Shanghai-listed supermarket operator Yonghui Superstores and Hong Kong’s ParknShop, according to a joint statement by the three companies.
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Technology giant Tencent has expanded its network of cooperation agreements with property firms to Hong Kong with the maker of the mainland’s ubiquitous WeChat app last week announcing a partnership with Sun Hung Kai Properties.
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Blackstone is acquiring a set of ten community retail properties in Hong Kong from Link REIT for HK$10 billion ($1.28 billion), according to an account in the city’s Ming Pao newspaper, citing sources familiar with the transaction.
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Blue chip Hong Kong developer Wheelock and Co has sold a trio of retail properties in the city’s Tseung Kwan O area to private equity fund manager Phoenix Property Investors for HK$3.38 billion ($432 million), according to an announcement issued… Read More>>
Tencent and Hillhouse Capital have signed a RMB 1 billion ($145.6 million) strategic investment agreement with Japanese-style retailer Miniso, according to an announcement by the Guangzhou-based company on Monday.
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China’s second largest e-commerce retailer JD.com is planning to open 1,000 online to offline supermarkets in the next three to five years, stepping up its competition with Alibaba and Tencent to dominate the mainland grocery business.
Wang Xiaosong, CEO of… Read More>>