Mingfa Group has agreed to sell its 20 percent stake in No.15 Shouson, a luxury residential project in Hong Kong Island’s Deep Water Bay, to existing partners for HK$650 million ($82.8 million), as the mainland developer looks to raise some… Read More>>
Mainland China developer CC Land Holdings has secured £605 million ($716.82 million) in fresh financing for its “Cheesegrater” office tower in London in a deal led by HSBC, according to a statement by the banking giant on Monday.
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A luxury villa in Hong Kong Island’s Deep Water Bay sold on Sunday for HK$870.2 million ($110.8 million), according to public records, in the city’s priciest residential transaction this year.
With the market for Hong Kong high-end housing continuing to… Read More>>
Guangzhou R&F Properties continues its retreat from London’s Nine Elms regeneration area, announcing Thursday that it plans to sell its 50 percent stake in a joint project with fellow Chinese developer CC Land to the latter firm’s boss for HK$2.66… Read More>>
Hui Wing Mau, chairman of defaulting real estate developer Shimao Group, has agreed to sell his 40 percent stake in a luxury project in Hong Kong’s Deep Water Bay for a total consideration of HK$1.04 billion ($134.2 million), according to… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a Hong Kong tycoon wins permission to build his eight-storey central London hideaway, the kings of Causeway Bay snap up another slice of the premier retail district, and a Texas-based private equity player… Read More>>
In our latest roundup of regional news headlines, Oaktree looks to steal Blackstone’s thunder Down Under with a rival bid for Crown Resorts, a Hong Kong tycoon who paid $292 million for a London mansion is set to plough nearly… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, private equity bigfoot Blackstone secures regulatory approval for a property buying spree in India, embattled media tycoon Jimmy Lai’s company is selling a Taiwanese office building, and the removal of double stamp duty… Read More>>
Hong Kong billionaires continue to take advantage of the Brexit discount on London property, as the chairman of the developer CC Land has agreed to buy the most expensive home ever in the UK capital.
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Mainland China developer CC Land has committed £182 million ($236 million) to a London regeneration scheme worth £1.2 billion, pumping money into a city that analysts expect to offer more opportunities following the landslide election victory by Boris Johnson’s Conservative… Read More>>