2017 heralds the year of the fire rooster, traditionally seen as a symbol of ambition, diligence and boldness. According to the masters at Way Fengshui Group, a fengshui consultancy in Singapore which has worked on real estate projects such… Read More>>
Attempts to pedestrianise Hong Kong’s famed Des Voeux Road are nothing new. Ideas to close the congested street to vehicles were first floated back in 2000 and although a number of proposals have been put forth, shoppers still find themselves… Read More>>
Shanghai-based co-working startup naked Hub aims to revolutionise work environments by incorporating co-wellness space into flagship projects to be launched in Shanghai and Hong Kong during the first half of 2017.
naked’s 12,200 square metre Gubei hub is set to… Read More>>
Economic growth in Hong Kong, though modest, has exceeded expectations so far in 2016 driven by strength in domestic demand, with consumer spending, investment and imports all picking up,… Read More>>
China overtook the US to become the largest cross-border real estate investor in the third quarter of this year, with total investment in the first nine months already surpassing 2015’s record volume, according to JLL data.
Investors from mainland China,… Read More>>
When Pioneer Global Group purchased a retail space in western Hong Kong for HK$648 million ($83.5 million) in September the GFA, price and other details of the Hong Kong-listed company’s acquisition were all made public in a statement to the… Read More>>
Chinese investors, including developers, have spent billions on European football clubs, reaping dividends from instant global branding and recognition, which is subsequently leading to real estate investment in the region.
In recent days, as Brexit takes a backseat, British news… Read More>>
As the UK and the European Union remain mired in uncertainty following Brexit, potential real estate investors in Asia Pacific are beginning to explore opportunities presented by currency arbitrage and further monetary easing from central banks.
According to JLL’s “EU… Read More>>
Flexible workspace operators are on the rise.
In Hong Kong, as at June 2016, flexible workspace operators have committed to over 270,000 sq ft of office accommodation in this calendar year, and this is forecast to hit… Read More>>
The potential growth of the fintech industry in Hong Kong will create office space demand from fintech companies, traditional finance institutions and fintech startups. The bulk of demand will be concentrated in the core and fringe CBD with portion of… Read More>>