Hong Kong’s New World Development is moving closer to adding a HK$14 billion ($1.7 billion) commercial project to the city’s busiest shopping district, having reportedly applied for a compulsory sale of three adjacent properties in Causeway Bay this month, according… Read More>>
Phoenix Property Investors is suing WeWork for abandoning a 10 year commitment to its flagship location in Causeway Bay, with the Hong Kong private equity shop said to be demanding payment of about HK$242 million ($30.8 million) on the alleged… Read More>>
Hysan Development and its partner Chinachem Group are turning to culture to boost the value of a HK$28 billion ($3.5 billion) commercial project they are developing in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay area, according to a planning application submitted by the… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Hysan Development earlier this month took a step towards adding another project to its Causeway Bay kingdom with the reported purchase of a unit in an aging building which backs against its Leighton Centre commercial tower and opens… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a plan to redevelop three buildings in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay gets a boost, price growth eases for new homes in China, and a report labels Seoul the world’s fastest-growing commercial real estate… Read More>>
The kings of Causeway Bay at Hysan Development have defended their turf, besting five other bidders to secure a commercial site near the group’s collection of projects in Hong Kong’s premier retail district.
A joint venture of Hysan, controlled by… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s battered investment sector is showing signs of life as a recent series of transactions, headlined by Swire Properties’ sale of a Taikoo office tower to Gaw Capital Partners and Schroders Pamfleet, hint at growing investor confidence.
With good… Read More>>
A compact hostelry in Causeway Bay has become the latest Hong Kong property to change hands at a discount, with a mainland buyer picking up Le Petit Rosedale Hotel in the bustling shopping district for 34 percent below the seller’s… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s retail property market is bracing for turbulent times as a street front shop in the world’s most expensive shopping district was sold at a 73 percent loss.
According to Land Registry records cited by the Hong Kong Economic… Read More>>
Another Hong Kong purchase by a mainland investor leads Mingtiandi’s real estate roundup today as China Mobile walks away a winner from an industrial land sale in the SAR.
Also in the headlines, a 25 percent drop… Read More>>