Nine months after attempting to sell off a Cheung Sha Wan building by public tender, Hanison Construction surprised the market with the HK$800 million ($102 million) sale of a 50 percent stake in the PeakCastle commercial building in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong government has awarded a waterfront site in Cheung Sha Wan to a consortium of five Hong Kong and mainland developers for HK$17.28 billion ($2.21 billion), breaking price records for residential land in the city.
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Nearly a dozen mainland and Hong Kong developers have placed bids on a waterfront residential site that could be worth up to HK$22 billion ($2.82 billion) in Hong Kong’s Cheung Sha Wan area, following Sun Hung Kai’s purchase of an… Read More>>
Hong Kong development giant Sun Hung Kai has bought a hotel site in Cheung Sha Wan for HK$5.06 billion ($648.8 million), blowing past market expectations for the waterfront parcel and setting a per square foot price record for the city’s… Read More>>
A waterfront hotel site in the Cheung Sha Wan area of Hong Kong’s New Kowloon may sell for as much as HK$3.74 billion ($479 million), following a competitive public tender that closed on Friday after drawing 10 bids.
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New World Development has picked up its third commercial site this year in the Cheung Sha Wan area of Hong Kong for HK$2.97 billion ($380 million), bringing its total 2017 land purchases in the Kowloon neighbourhood to HK$15 billion ($1.92… Read More>>
New World Development has purchased its second commercial site within three months in Hong Kong’s Cheung Sha Wan area, bringing its total land purchases in the Kowloon neighborhood to HK$11.8 billion ($1.5 billion) since mid-February.
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Hong Kong’s Cheung Sha Wan market may get a little hotter next month when a newly renovated office building is set to be auctioned off in the active West Kowloon area. The 23-storey PeakCastle tower will be offered by public… Read More>>
Mainland conglomerate China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) set a new price record for Hong Kong’s West Kowloon area recently with its HK$259 million ($33.2 million) purchase of the two top floors of an office building, along with naming rights for… Read More>>