A house at CK Asset’s 90 Repulse Bay Road project was sold for HK$75,000 ($9,557) per square foot this past week, setting a record for the lowest unit price at the luxury property against a backdrop of sliding values for… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed developer Tomson Group is acquiring an office floor in Admiralty for HK$193 million ($25 million), clinching the asset at a unit price of HK$18,161 per square foot which is reportedly the lowest in five years amid muted market… Read More>>
Wharf Holdings on Wednesday said its profit attributable to shareholders plunged 95 percent year-on-year to HK$57 million ($7.3 million) in the first half of 2022 as COVID-19 lockdowns in mainland China and Hong Kong caused “severe hardships” to the group’s… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Hong Kong’s Fortune REIT moves to acquire a CK Asset-built project in northeastern Singapore, two Chinese developers garner support from state-backed firms, and America’s Chapter 15 bankruptcy process hints at a way forward… Read More>>
Goodman Group late last month agreed to acquire nearly three-quarters of an industrial building in the New Territories from the family of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing Bor as the Australian developer looks to expand its now fully… Read More>>
Fund manager Kailong Group has agreed to acquire ownership of 90 percent of the space in a New Territories industrial building from the family of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor, according to sources familiar with the deal.
Kailong… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Urban Renewal Authority is preparing for a HK$46 billion ($5.8 billion) mixed-use project in Kowloon, having submitted an application to the Town Planning Board late last month revising a development plan for a site in Kwun Tong.
The… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lofter Group is moving closer to building a HK$1.9 billion ($242 million) commercial tower in Kowloon, having this week applied for a compulsory sale to acquire full ownership of an ageing building in Jordan with a pair of… Read More>>
“Increased space availability and the more attractive rental level in Hong Kong’s office market have created opportunities for occupiers to move into newer, greener buildings at a lower cost, but a broader rebound in demand will take root once the… Read More>>
China Evergrande Group is marketing its Hong Kong headquarters at a valuation of around HK$9 billion ($1.15 billion), with Li Ka-shing’s CK Asset Holdings having placed a bid for the Wan Chai office tower, according to sources who spoke with… Read More>>