A joint venture between US private equity giant Blackstone and Hong Kong-based self-storage operator StoreFriendly has acquired an industrial building in Hong Kong’s New Territories for approximately HK$560 million ($72 million), with plans to convert the Tsuen Wan property into… Read More>>
The heirs of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor have put a Kowloon East hotel back on the market, in their latest move to wind down the family’s property portfolio after an ill-timed venture into the city’s hospitality sector… Read More>>
CBRE has elevated Tom Gaffney to president of the firm’s North Asia advisory business, with the post’s current holder, Ben Duncan, assuming a temporary role as North Asia chairman ahead of a planned exit next year.
Gaffney, who is regional… Read More>>
Tenants in Hong Kong’s Grade A office market took up 152,500 square feet (14,168 square metres) more than they gave back in October, marking a third straight month of positive take-up, according to JLL.
The overall vacancy rate of the… Read More>>
A landmark theatre in Hong Kong’s North Point district has been sold for a reported HK$1 billion ($128 million) in the latest sign of occupiers buying Hong Kong properties for their own use, as end users look to lower their… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui slid to the third spot among the world’s most expensive shopping districts this year as economic recovery in the Asian financial hub lagged its global peers, according to a report released this month.
Retail rents… Read More>>
Having welcomed nearly 200 industry professionals at our inaugural Hong Kong Forum in 2023, Mingtiandi returns in 2024 to once again bring together top experts for a full day exploration of the opportunities and challenges in Asia’s biggest financial hub.
Hong Kong developer Henderson Land has received approval for the compulsory sale of one of two blocks in the storied Champagne Court in the heart of Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui district, according to a ruling by the Lands Tribunal.
A creditor has taken over two mansions on Hong Kong’s Peak once valued at a reported HK$1.5 billion ($192 million) in the latest seizure of assets linked to fallen mainland billionaire Xu Jiayin and his China Evergrande Group.
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The number of failed residential development tenders in Hong Kong over the last 22 months has surpassed that of the previous seven years, according to a report by consultancy JLL.
The government has withdrawn four residential sites from tenders since… Read More>>