A joint venture invested by Wheelock Properties, K Wah International Holdings and China Overseas Land and Investment has won a tender for the biggest plot of residential land on what was once the runway of Hong Kong’s Kai Tak airport… Read More>>
Shenzhen auctioned off five residential land parcels to a pack of 80 project-hungry developers on Monday, bringing in a total of RMB 22.4 billion ($3.2 billion) for southern China’s top tech hub.
The city’s first residential land sale of 2019… Read More>>
Residential transactions are at the forefront of our Hong Kong roundup this week as newly appointed CEO Kuok Khoon Hua’s Kerry Properties makes a record-breaking sale in Kowloon for HK$101,800 per square foot, while the Hong Kong-listed hospitality holding company… Read More>>
Editor’s note: This article provides a review of local media coverage of recent land purchases by developers in mainland China, along with related research and statistics, with the goal of providing observers and analysts with insights into changes in developer… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Wednesday announced that a consortium of three Hong Kong developers, together with the mainland’s China Overseas Land & Investment had won the largest residential site on what had been the runway of the city’s former… Read More>>
India, Hong Kong and Singapore all had their own happy stories today, leading with the Blackstone-Embassy REIT being oversubscribed on the last day of its IPO. In Hong Kong, the city’s biggest developer saw its former co-chairman released from jail… Read More>>
Country Garden Holdings was China’s top developer in 2018, as measured by sales contracts, maintaining its hold on the top spot for the second consecutive year in a year marked by consolidation among mainland developers.
The Guangdong-based builder chaired by… Read More>>
The race for the hearts and wallets of China’s coffee addicts leads today’s real estate news as venture-backed Luckin Coffee says it will open 2,500 new stores this year. That optimistic worldview may not be shared by China Overseas Land… Read More>>
China Overseas Land & Investment (COLI) picked up Hong Kong’s final residential plot of the year for a bargain HK$8.03 billion ($1.03 billion), as clouds gather over Asia’s most expensive real estate market.
The state-run mainland developer purchased the site on… Read More>>
Beijing’s city government took in RMB 9.81 billion on the last day of October by selling a trio of land parcels, including two sites in the capital’s coveted Chaoyang district, according to an announcement from the State Information Center.
The three… Read More>>