Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties has won a residential parcel in Hong Kong’s New Territories for HK$6.31 billion ($804 million), according to an announcement by the city’s Lands Department, snatching up the Tai Po project for a higher… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Wednesday announced that a plot of residential land on what had been the runway of the city’s former Kai Tak Airport has been awarded to local development giant, Sun Hung Kai Properties, for HK$11.26 billion… Read More>>
China Overseas Land & Investment (COLI) picked up Hong Kong’s final residential plot of the year for a bargain HK$8.03 billion ($1.03 billion), as clouds gather over Asia’s most expensive real estate market.
The state-run mainland developer purchased the site on… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Wednesday announced that a residential site on what was once the runway of the city’s Kai Tak Airport has been awarded to Hong Kong financial conglomerate Goldin Group for HK$8.9 billion ($1.14 billion).
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A land parcel on what was once the take-off point for Hong Kong’s international airport, and the first housing site to be made available on a former Kai Tak runway, failed to take flight with developers on Friday when only… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed real estate developer Henderson Land is leading a consortium of property firms in the city in an effort to raise about HK$46 billion ($6 billion) via bonds and loans, according to sources cited by Bloomberg. to push forward a… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed real estate developer Chinachem Group was announced on Monday as the winner of a public tender for a residential site in the Ho Man Tin area of Kowloon East estimated to be worth nearly HK$13 billion ($1.66 billion).
Hong Kong’s Urban Renewal Authority on Tuesday announced on its website that Henderson Land had won a tender for a mixed-use project in Kowloon’s Sham Shui Po area with a bid of HK$1.368 billion ($175 million).
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Things are getting quiet on the mainland as authorities continue to step up enforcement of home sales restrictions in a crackdown first launched in late June. During September home sales fell by 3.6 percent in terms of floor space, marking… Read More>>
The Hong Kong government on Tuesday cancelled a land sale for the first time since January 2016, as it withdrew a luxury site near Victoria Peak which it had hoped would bring bids as high as HK$32.3 billion ($4.1 billion).