In our latest roundup of regional news headlines, giant Singapore developer CapitaLand plans stepped-up investment in properties serving China’s fast growing tech sector, e-commerce behemoth Amazon eyes a 30 percent stake in a Korean peer, and Airbnb takes a major… Read More>>
A Hong Kong land sale leads today’s real estate news from around the region, with a trio of local developers teaming up with Shenzhen’s China Merchants Land to purchase the last phase in the MTR’s Lohas Park project.
One of Hong Kong’s largest developers leads today’s roundup, with Henderson Land having a acquired a site in Central district with plans to develop a 20-storey residential tower on the site.
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The overseas adventures of some of Asia’s largest real estate companies lead Mingtiandi’s headline roundup today, with Henderson Land taking sole possession of a beachfront hotel in Hawaii.
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Top mainland developer China Evergrande is ready to start building 400 villas in Hong Kong after buying a site in the New Territories from Henderson Land, according to a report by the blue chip local builder late last week.
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Top level moves at some of the biggest developers in mainland China and Hong Kong lead Mingtiandi’s roundup of personnel changes this week, with the founder of one of the region’s largest developers formally relinquishing all involvement with his company… Read More>>
WeWork has surrendered three lease commitments in Hong Kong as the US co-working giant continues to restructure its portfolio, according to a person with knowledge of the matter who spoke to Mingtiandi.
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Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, Henderson Land has snapped up a piece of a West Kowloon tenement building for HK$24 million as the developer continues to assemble pieces for a one million square foot project.
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Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, Hong Kong giants Henderson Land and Swire Properties have had a joint commercial development application in Quarry Bay turned down despite snapping up a set of shops on the site for HK$82 million.
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, evidence of a downturn continues to dominate as “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor is said to have forfeited a HK$32.8 million ($4.23 million) initial payment in order to back out of Kowloon hotel purchase.