Hong Kong developer Sino Land has outbid dozens of rivals to win a residential land site in the New Territories for HK$1.38 billion ($176.7 million), setting a new price record for Hong Kong’s Ma On Shan area in Sha Tin.
Pub owners have blamed an invasion of hipsters swilling cheap beer at the local 7-Eleven for killing off some of Lan Kwai Fong’s best bars and clubs. Now the millennial menaces are poised to claim another victim in the famed… Read More>>
naked Hub, the Shanghai-based co-working startup, has just landed in Hong Kong, unveiling its first centre outside the mainland in the city’s Sheung Wan area. The new facility marks a milestone for the company backed by Gaw Capital as it… Read More>>
Property giant CapitaLand is teaming up with a Japanese partner and its own REIT affiliate to build a new S$1.82 billion ($1.32 billion) mixed-use project in Singapore’s downtown financial district, amid a flurry of office investment deals in the island… Read More>>
China’s URWork has joined forces with an American flexible office provider to open its first US location in downtown Manhattan, as the battle for co-working domination intensifies. The $1.3 billion Beijing startup that aims to be China’s answer to WeWork… Read More>>
The garden city of Suzhou is now only twenty-five minutes from Shanghai by high speed rail, and one of Hong Kong’s biggest developers, along with its mainland partner, may be hoping that the Chinese commercial centre’s sky high real estate… Read More>>
The Hong Kong buying binge by mainland developers continues unabated as China Resources Land (CR Land) beat out the Gaw family to pick up a residential site in the city’s Central district for HK$1.1 billion ($140.9 million), it was reported… Read More>>
Co-working pioneer WeWork made global headlines a year ago when it opened in Shanghai, marking the first foothold in the world’s second largest economy for the $20 billion co-working company.
But it didn’t take long for China’s local players to… Read More>>
Mainland China’s most valuable developer has won an auction to buy a rare package of prime development sites in Guangzhou for RMB 55.1 billion ($8.13 billion), in what is said to be the country’s biggest-ever land sale. Under the deal,… Read More>>
The Shenzhen government’s largest listed real estate firm has made its first foray across the border, buying a residential site in the New Territories for HK$3.17 billion (US$406.2 million) in a joint venture with affiliated Hong Kong firm, Road King… Read More>>