Louis Vuitton is set to become the second major fashion brand to opt not to renew a lease in Hong Kong since the start of the city’s pro-democracy protests seven months ago, as retail sales plunge in the Asian financial… Read More>>
News from the world’s priciest shopping district leads today’s collection of Asia real estate headlines, as a new agency report indicates that nearly one in every ten shops in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district are now empty.
While the retail… Read More>>
The world’s most expensive real estate market never stops moving and in this week’s roundup of Hong Kong stories, we bring you all the events that didn’t make its way into Mingtiandi’s breaking news coverage last week. We lead the… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s real estate market is likely to see another compulsory sale application after local agency-turned-property investment firm Winland Group purchased 96 percent ownership of the Sun On Mansion in Causeway Bay for HK$2.17 billion ($280 million), according to a… Read More>>
Distressed mainland conglomerate HNA Group has reportedly taken a big loss on properties it owned in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district, selling them off this past week for HK$70 million less than what it paid for them just last year.
Hong Kong office rents are expected to increase by no more than five percent in 2019, despite record-low vacancies in prime commercial districts, as occupier demand slows after years of competition for space in the regional finance hub, according to… Read More>>
Athletic apparel brand Nike has stepped in where Hong Kong’s own Esprit faltered, leasing a 7,000 square foot (650 square metre) shop in Causeway Bay’s Leighton Centre for a reported monthly rent of HK$1.5 million.
The swoosh logo will soon… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed fashion brand Esprit Holdings will not renew the lease for its flagship store in Causeway Bay, according to local media reports.
The lease for the 7,000 square foot (650 square metre) store in Leighton Centre at 77 Leighton… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the city’s urban redevelopment agency has announced a new policy to inform the public of the amounts of successful bids in a move to improve transparency. Also in the headlines, Hong Kong-listed developer… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the city’s floor flippers continue to look for profit from office assets as a 2,508 square foot unit in Shun Tak Centre has reportedly been sold for HK$82.8 million. Also in the headlines,… Read More>>