Hong Kong’s Lofter Group on Wednesday acquired full ownership of a redevelopment site on Ap Lei Chau Island at a compulsory auction, with the value-add specialist now poised to transform the set of ageing buildings into a residential and retail… Read More>>
Hong Kong developer Wang On Properties has taken over an aging residential building in Southern District’s Ap Lei Chau for about HK$106 million ($13.6 million), with plans to redevelop the property and surrounding buildings into what could become a more… Read More>>
Hong Kong developer Wang On Properties will sell a building at 128-130 Main Street on Ap Lei Chau island to its joint venture with Dutch fund manager APG for HK$554.8 million ($70.6 million), with the partners planning to redevelop the… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lofter Group and Singapore-based SC Capital Partners are moving closer to building a HK$850 million ($108.3 million) residential and retail project in the city, having last month applied to acquire full ownership of a 4,000 square foot (371… Read More>>
Singapore-based SC Capital Partners has teamed up with Hong Kong value-add developer Lofter Group to acquire a more than 90 percent interest in a project on Ap Lei Chau island in the Asian financial hub, with an eye towards redeveloping… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, Hong Kong giants Henderson Land and Swire Properties have had a joint commercial development application in Quarry Bay turned down despite snapping up a set of shops on the site for HK$82 million.
In Mingtiandi’s latest Hong Kong headline update, local giant New World Development has been making some acquisitions of old buildings for redevelopment in both the South Island area and in Kowloon’s Tsim Sha Tsui, as new sites continue to be… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s property wildfire continues to rage after a pair of mainland developers agreed on Friday to pay a record HK$16.86 billion (US$2.17 billion) for a waterfront residential site on the city’s Ap Lei Chau island, according to an announcement… Read More>>