The impending sale of a waterfront site on Central’s waterfront may be grabbing the attention of Hong Kong real estate watchers, but the government also this week announced plans for a second attempt at selling a luxury residential site on… Read More>>
Despite a tepid investment market, political and economic uncertainty and an ongoing public health crisis, the Hong Kong government is moving forward with an attempt to sell a trophy site site fronting the Central business district’s waterfront before the end… Read More>>
The Hong Kong government has scrapped the sale of the second-largest commercial site at Kai Tak, marking the latest blow to its plans for redeveloping the former airport site.
The city’s Lands Department said that it had cancelled the tender… Read More>>
As Hong Kong edges into its fourth month of social unrest, the city government announced yesterday that it had cancelled the latest sale of a plot on a former airport runway in Kowloon East.
The Lands Department said it had… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Tuesday announced that a consortium of six developers had won the third-largest residential plot on what had been the runway of Hong Kong’s former Kai Tak airport for a record HK$12.6 billion ($1.6 billion).
The… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department announced on March 22 that it had received six bids from a total of 10 developers for a 103,150 square foot (9,583 square meter) residential plot on the site of the city’s former Kai Tak Airport.
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>>
Analysts are already predicting a quick rebound in Hong Kong’s property market, but the city’s developers may still need a bit more convincing, judging by the failed sale of a prime commercial site this week.
The Hong Kong government on… Read More>>
SUNeVision Holdings, a subsidiary of property giant Sun Hung Kai Properties, has won the tender for a data centre site in Hong Kong’s Tseung Kwan O district for HK$5.456 billion ($700 million), outbidding six other developers.
An announcement by the… Read More>>
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>>