When China Mobile snapped up a New Territories industrial site for HK$3.6 billion ($46 million) at a government auction last month, the mainland telecom giant outbid its closest competitor by 56 percent, according to an announcement by the Lands Department… Read More>>
A Singapore-listed mainland developer leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the disclosure that its 31-year-old CEO had left the company four months ago after disclosing that it also seems to have lost its executive chairman.
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Hong Kong conglomerate Chiaphua Industries has this month acquired a 25-year-old industrial building in the Fanling area of the New Territories for HK$150 million ($19.2 million), as aging sheds with revitalisation potential continue to lure investors.
The seven-storey building at… Read More>>
China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) has announced to the Shanghai Stock Exchange that it will accept debt financing of up to RMB 6 billion ($870 million) from Ping An Asset Management, the second-largest shareholder in the developer and a unit… Read More>>
The redevelopment trend in Hong Kong’s largest logistics hub continues to heat up as an unnamed investor bought a 53,000 square metre industrial facility at 2-16 Lam Tin Street in Kwai Chung district for HK$770 million ($98 million), according to… Read More>>
Aging industrial buildings continue to be hot property in Hong Kong, as a former workshop in the New Territories changed hands recently for HK$258 million ($33 million).
According to information released last week by the city’s Lands Department,… Read More>>
An ageing industrial building in Hong Kong’s Tsuen Wan district has changed hands for HK$1.23 billion ($157.5 million) – appreciating nearly 81,000 percent over the past 45 years – reflecting investor enthusiasm for the asset class as the city government… Read More>>
The real estate investment wing of Swiss financial giant UBS is set to manage S$250 million ($176 million) in investment into industrial real estate projects in Singapore on behalf of Abu Dhabi Investment Corporation (ADIC), according to a recent statement… Read More>>
With property markets in Melbourne and Sydney looking as if they have peaked, Gaw Capital decided to go in another direction. The Hong Kong-based firm is teaming up with Abacus Property Group for an A$200 million ($151.5 million) opportunistic investment… Read More>>
A Chinese real estate developer on the brink of listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange took the unusual step of declaring to investors that its operations were likely to be comprised by corruption.
But buyers snapped up the stock… Read More>>