Henderson Land Development has submitted a design plan for its Site 3 harbourfront development in Hong Kong’s Central district, according an application by the builder to the Town Planning Board, with the project expected to be worth as much as… Read More>>
A slice of a residential building in Hong Kong’s once-bustling Soho entertainment district, valued at HK$175 million ($22.3 million) was put up for sale this week, despite the city’s housing market having contracted over the past two months, according to… Read More>>
Henderson Land Development has secured a second tenant at its 36-storey office building in Hong Kong’s Central business district, with US private equity giant Carlyle Group having agreed to lease about 20,000 square feet (1,858 square metres) of space at… Read More>>
Hongkong Land has welcomed a former tenant back to its Central office portfolio after 15 years, announcing that global law firm White & Case had taken up three floors at York House, the developer’s Grade A office tower at 15… Read More>>
Sales of Hong Kong office space are on the way up, but at prices well below pre-COVID rates, as members of one of the city’s richest families recently picked up a pair of floors in Central at around 20 percent… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s office leasing picture brightened in May as tenants occupied more Grade A space than they had in the previous month for the first time since July 2019, according to a report released by JLL.
Absorption of top-grade offices… Read More>>
Hongkong Land has been leasing out a few more floors in its Exchange Square complex, and the blue-chip developer’s head of commercial property is sounding confident that top corporates will want to stay in the core of the world’s most… Read More>>
Office rents have been falling in Hong Kong’s Central and the rationalisation of the world’s most expensive business location may have just brought a finance multinational back to one of the district’s trophy towers.
S&P Global moved into a two-floor… Read More>>
The government of Hong Kong has officially begun marketing a slice of Central district’s waterfront to developers, but a depressed property market has dampened expectations for the trophy land sale.
The city’s Lands Department announced on Friday that it had… Read More>>
The amount of office space leased in Hong Kong contracted for the twelfth straight month in July as a combination of economic uncertainty, public health emergencies and political tension kept tenants on the sidelines of the world’s most expensive real… Read More>>