In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, the head of HSBC warns of at least two more years of pain in China’s commercial property market, Yanlord Land Group announces its subsidiary’s winning tender for the Lentor Central site in Singapore,… Read More>>
New World Development’s Adrian Cheng has called the bottom of the real estate market in China, telling the Financial Times that the Hong Kong-based property giant plans to spend RMB 10 billion ($1.5 billion) to buy land in top-tier mainland… Read More>>
New World Development recently began work on its second K11 commercial project in Shanghai, breaking ground on a 17,171 square metre (184,827 square foot) site in the heart of the Middle Huaihai Road shopping district, according to a company press… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Louis Vuitton and Fendi shops in Hong Kong’s Times Square close for good after a tussle over rents, and the brother-sister team in charge of New World Development and its hotel unit Rosewood… Read More>>
New World Development has added a Shanghai project to its mainland commercial portfolio, winning an uncontested land auction for a site on Huaihai Road with a RMB 4.1 billion ($590 million) bid, according to an official announcement today.
The land… Read More>>
Adrian Cheng, heir to a $20.7 billion family fortune, has been named as executive chairman of Hong Kong-listed property group New World Development’s mainland China arm.
New World’s wholly owned subsidiary, New World China Land, said in an announcement that… Read More>>
A Hong Kong-based fund manager leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the news of a A$45 million transaction down under, while a S$2 billion collective-sale flop in Singapore adds another duck to a litany… Read More>>
Property aristocracy rubbed shoulders with pop royalty in Hong Kong earlier this week when Adrian Cheng schmoozed with superstar Pharrell Williams at the pre-launch unveiling of K11 ARTUS, the real estate scion’s brand of serviced apartments for cultural creatives at… Read More>>
His grandfather passing just a few months ago and his father ill, heir apparent to the New World Development throne, Adrian Cheng Chi-Kong, led his first earnings briefing for the $54 billion Hong Kong real estate developer last week, reporting… Read More>>