Hong Kong’s stumbling office market looks like a bargain to at least one major US investment manager, with Chicago-based Citadel said to be tripling its footprint in the IFC. Also in the news today, Swire Properties has announced plans for… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s office market showed signs of revival after a prolonged slump as more tenants leased fresh space than gave up old offices for the first time in two years.
Net absorption of Grade A space in the world’s most… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a US fund manager ramps up its presence in Hong Kong’s Central, a hotel collapse in Suzhou claims eight lives, and Singapore’s condo resale volume dips.
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In our latest roundup of regional news headlines, one of India’s key property groups says it will spend big to build data centres countrywide, Singaporean developer CDL announces plans for the divestment of a hotel on Malaysia’s Penang island, and… Read More>>
The coronavirus continued to show its ability to move markets this week as a Singaporean hotel trust sold off one of its Australian assets at a discount and China’s property investment continued to rise in September despite slowing growth in… Read More>>
Mainland private equity investor Hony Capital has leased out an upper level unit in Hong Kong’s Two International Finance Centre for HK$130 ($17) per square foot per month – a 35 percent discount on what an equivalent space in the… Read More>>
Hundreds of thousands of people may be marching in Hong Kong’s streets and the famously expensive housing market has started looking shaky, but international financiers are still leasing pricey offices in Central, so at least its business as usual in… Read More>>
The cloud-breaching Lotte World Tower in Seoul has been recognized as the best new skyscraper in the world, beating out Zaha Hadid Architects’ Generali Tower in Milan and 150 North Riverside Plaza in Chicago.
The tapered 555-metre, 123-storey glass and… Read More>>
Two units on a high floor of Hong Kong’s Two ifc skyscraper have been leased out for HK$200 ($25.63) per square foot per month, setting a post-2008 record high for the world’s most expensive office leasing market.
The units covering… Read More>>
Two record land purchases in China this week underscored the growing optimism among real estate developers, and the challenge facing the Xi government as it seeks to maintain economic growth while keeping a grip on its popular mandate.
On Wednesday,… Read More>>