A residential project in a toney section of Hong Kong island’s Happy Valley has sold for HK$1.24 billion ($159.4 million) following a rise in residential rents in the area, fueled by a healthy IPO pipeline and hopes for economic recovery… Read More>>
SilkRoad Property Partners is adding a fifth industrial asset to its Hong Kong portfolio after consolidating block C at the Hang Wai Industrial Centre in the New Territories through a series of transactions said to total over HK$1.3 billion ($167.1… Read More>>
New World Development recorded a big-ticket sale last month, selling a block of three high-level floors in an office project in Kowloon’s Cheung Sha Wan area to an unnamed financial institution for HK$1.2 billion ($154.1 million).
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Wang On Properties has agreed to sell an entire floor at the United Centre for a consideration of HK$515 million ($66.1 million) or HK$29,022 per square foot, following the uptick in Hong Kong’s office market in August, with rents in… Read More>>
Following a path to a town near Hong Kong’s border with Shenzhen which has already welcomed traffic from some of the region’s biggest fund managers this year, Blackstone has acquired a six-storey building in Hong Kong’s Fanling area for HK$282.6… Read More>>
Wang On Properties has announced its purchase of a site in Kowloon for a HK$1.3 billion ($180 million) residential project, following the successful launch of a boutique residential project in the New Territories last month.
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Embattled mainland developer China Evergrande Group is in talks to sell its largest single property asset for around $2 billion, according to sources familiar with the discussions who spoke with Mingtiandi.
Yuexiu Property, a branch of the local government of… Read More>>
Butterfly on Prat, a 158-room hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui area, has reportedly changed hands for HK$980 million ($123 million) as the local tourism collapse compels smaller lodging operators to sell their assets to redevelopment-minded investors.
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The family of late “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor has sold a second New Territories industrial asset to China Resources Group, as the cash crisis of one of Hong Kong’s most active real estate investors creates an opportunity for the mainland… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed Weave Living has agreed to purchase a Kai Tak hotel as its sixth Hong Kong property, spending close to HK$390 million ($50 million) for the asset as the multi-family residential specialist continues to expand its portfolio.
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