Hong Kong’s once-frenzied commercial property market is flagging as months of political turbulence take a mounting toll on the city’s economy. But a pair of recent sales in the New Territories and Kowloon totaling more than HK$1 billion show that… Read More>>
With Hong Kong’s protests entering their six month and mainland investors continuing to face tighter liquidity, the once red-hot commercial property market in the Asian financial hub is on life support, which spells trouble for the owners of the city’s… Read More>>
Street protests and macroeconomic woes may be grabbing headlines in Asia Pacific, but investors in the region’s commercial real estate markets shrugged off the bad news to deliver a record-breaking $128 billion in transactions during the first three quarters of… Read More>>
Kerry Properties, a Hong Kong-listed developer controlled by Shangri-La Hotels founder Robert Kuok, has acquired 26 percent of an industrial building in Hong Kong’s southern district for HK$499.7 million ($64 million), according to a local media report citing government filings.
Kerry Properties, the Hong Kong-listed developer controlled by Shangri-La Hotels founder Robert Kuok, has acquired a block of flats in the city’s western district for a combined HK$514 million ($66 million).
Kerry, which is known for its Kerry Centre commercial… Read More>>
State-owned “bad bank” China Cinda Asset Management has been revealed as the buyer of a hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui area, spending HK$4.3 billion ($550 million) on the asset despite a 70 percent slump in hotel investment during… Read More>>
Less than four months after acquiring its third property in Hong Kong, co-living operator Weave has purchased its fourth and largest building in the Asian financial hub, according to sources familiar with the transaction who spoke to Mingtiandi.
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Despite the impact on Hong Kong’s hotel industry after months of escalating social unrest, a select number of players are doing some bargain hunting in the Asian financial hub.
Among the most active purchasers this year has been Payson Cha’s… Read More>>
A four-star hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui district, which fell into receivership after its owner was tortured to death on the mainland has received an offer from an interested buyer, according to a report in the Hong Kong… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed SEA Holdings has acquired the majority of a 24-storey office building in the city’s Central district for HK$780 million ($99.53 million), with the sale reportedly taking place after the owners agreed to drop the price by more than… Read More>>