Grade A office rents in Hong Kong’s traditional business district experienced their largest quarterly drop in seven years according to a newly released report, as a slowing mainland China economy and ongoing protests dampened demand in the world’s priciest commercial… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed SEA Holdings has acquired the majority of a 24-storey office building in the city’s Central district for HK$780 million ($99.53 million), with the sale reportedly taking place after the owners agreed to drop the price by more than… Read More>>
Hong Kong restaurant operator Tsui Wah Holdings is said to be offering for sale its flagship location in Central at an asking price of HK$400 million ($51 million), as the city’s ongoing civil unrest chips away at consumer spending.
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Hong Kong-listed CSI Properties has acquired the remaining four floors in a building on Wellington Street in Hong Kong’s Central district for HK$185 million ($23.59 million), according to an account in the Hong Kong Economic Times
The purchase brings the… Read More>>
Hong Kong hotel designer and Macau casino heir Andre Fu, has purchased a floor in a commercial building in Hong Kong’s Central district for HK$82.01 million ($10.5 million), according to a report in the Hong Kong Economic Times.
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With anti-extradition law protests rocking the core of Hong Kong, the property market in the world’s least affordable place to live has gone quiet in the past week.
With activity slowing, a US steak house has found a spot in… Read More>>
Henderson Land Development has applied for a compulsory sale of four aging buildings in Hong Kong’s Mid-levels, according to a filing at the city’s Lands Tribunal as the blue-chip developer continues to play its preference for redevelopment projects.
Should the… Read More>>
With central banks growing more cautious on liquidity and political controversies making executives tread lightly, Hong Kong’s office market has been quiet so far this year. At until last week, when a mainland finance firm reportedly leased an office in… Read More>>
Central’s biggest landlord is suing China’s biggest financial train-wreck for unpaid fees from an eight-floor office that was never occupied, according to a report in the South China Morning Post.
A unit of Hongkong Land is suing HNA Group after… Read More>>
US real estate private equity firm AEW has reportedly sold a 14-storey boutique serviced apartment building in Hong Kong’s Central district for HK$240 million ($30.66 million), that it had held for just three years, according to a person with knowledge… Read More>>