Goldin Financial Holdings is hoping to offload a piece of land which had once been part of the runway of Hong Kong’s former airport, as a property slump in the Asian financial hub has been intensified by the virus pandemic.
Goldin Financial is abandoning its HK$11.1 billion ($1.41 billion) purchase of a commercial site on the former runway of Hong Kong’s Kai Tak airport, citing the city’s economic and social instability as motivation for its decision.
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Another Kai Tak land sale leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with news that Hong Kong developer Goldin Financial beat off stiff competition to win its second plot on the former airport for HK$11.1… Read More>>
Working on a short week Hong Kong’s real estate investors and operators still managed to complete a number of high profile investment and leasing deals before the Easter holiday, including major transactions in the Kai Tak area. The largest deal… Read More>>
Pan Sutong, chairman of Hong Kong’s Goldin Group, and the city’s 16th richest man, has sold a commercial site in the Kowloon Bay area for an estimated HK$5 billion ($640 million), according to an account in the Hong Kong press.
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, just a month after snapping up an industrial building in Kwai Chung, Hanison Construction has reportedly purchased another workshop on the other side of Kowloon for HK$420 million.
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Some of the world’s biggest real estate investors may be competing for a rare chance for a $1.8 billion stake in one of India biggest property developers, while back in China the government is setting out new rules for foreign… Read More>>
The Hong Kong-Shanghai stock connect has helped drive the Hang Seng properties index up by nearly 17 percent since it opened in November, but now the cross-border equities link has helped to bring one developer down 41 percent. In a… Read More>>