Just one month after taking over from his father Li Ka-shing, Victor Li has signed his first high profile deal for CK Asset, snapping up the UBS headquarters in London from GIC and British Land for £1 billion ($1.3 billion).
CK Asset Holdings is said to be planning the redevelopment of Hutchison House in Hong Kong’s Central district, an effort that could quadruple the 44-year-old office tower’s valuation to as much as HK$32 billion.
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Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the real estate arm of the home appliance company Midea is seeking an initial public offering in Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
Also in the headlines, CK Assets’ Victor Li is urging the government… Read More>>
Leading today’s news, property giant CK Asset says it’s looking to build rental housing projects in mainland China as Beijing ramps up support for the sector. Also in the headlines, developer Emperor International has applied for the compulsory sale of… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong roundup, a billionaire heiress to a soy milk empire has been revealed as the mystery buyer of British rocker Sting’s massive penthouse overlooking Central Park in Manhattan. Also in the headlines, a residential plot in the… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, just weeks after announcing plans to retire, the city’s richest man Li Ka-shing spent HK$130 million ($17 million) to snap up shares in CK Asset Holdings in just two days. Also in the… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, Li Ka-shing’s CK Asset applied to turn its hotel in Hung Hom to two office buildings, in order to capitalise on the growing demand for offices in the area. Also in the headlines,… Read More>>
What happens when the investor known as Superman decides to hang up his cape? The answer to that question may soon be known after Li Ka-shing announced in Hong Kong today that he would be stepping down from atop his… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, Li Ka-shing’s CK Asset Holdings achieved record-high sales for the industry last year by moving HK$53 billion in flats. Also in the headlines, mainland developers have changed their land-buying tactics in the city… Read More>>
Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing is reported to be seeking buyers for a sprawling, partly completed residential and commercial project in the western Chinese city of Chongqing, with an asking price of RMB 20 billion ($3 billion), according to an… Read More>>