Savills has kicked off a sales campaign for 5 Churchill Place in London, attempting to find a buyer for the Canary Wharf office tower seized from mainland tycoon Chen Hongtian, who had earlier defaulted on loans backed by the onetime… Read More>>
Chen Hongtian’s seized Hong Kong flat finally selling at 39 percent below the valuation price leads today’s collection of real estate headlines from around the region. Also in the news, China Evergrande has sold its yacht for $32 million as… Read More>>
A Hong Kong luxury apartment seized from Shenzhen tycoon Chen Hongtian in March has sold for HK$420 million ($53.5 million), according to local media accounts, with the price paid for the Mid-Levels home reportedly representing a 38 percent discount to… Read More>>
A Shenzhen tycoon’s trophy case may soon be stripped bare as receivers for the creditors of Cheung Kei Group chairman Chen Hongtian on Monday launched a tender for his former mansion on Hong Kong’s Victoria Peak.
Savills formally kicked off… Read More>>
Cheung Kei Group said this week that it is negotiating with investors for the sale of a partial stake in 5 Churchill Place in London, in a statement released just days after it was revealed that the Canary Wharf office… Read More>>
Receivers appointed by creditors of Cheung Kei Group have wrested control of the former Bear Stearns headquarters on London’s Canary Wharf from the company, making it the latest asset to be seized from the troubled mainland conglomerate headed by tycoon… Read More>>
Higher interest rates for Hong Kong homebuyers lead today’s survey of real estate news from around the region as the city’s biggest lenders adjust to central bank moves. Also making the list today is a Swire ground-breaking on a Miami… Read More>>
China’s Cheung Kei Group is adding to the grand mainland investor fire sale in Hong Kong with market sources confirming that the group’s corporate headquarters in Kowloon is being repossessed by Hang Seng Bank, while two luxury residences belonging to… Read More>>
Mainland property investor Cheung Kei Group is struggling to offload a pair of office buildings on London’s Canary Wharf as media reports emerge that the Shenzhen-based firm has already defaulted on a loan backed by one of the two properties,… Read More>>
Chinese developer Cheung Kei Group has made its second London real estate play by buying a Canary Wharf office building for £270 million ($363 million), adding another deal to this year’s surge of Asian investment in the city.
The Shenzhen-based… Read More>>