A generation Z tycoon-in-training leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with news that the heir to a lesser-known Hong Kong fortune has purchased a house in Jardines’ Lookout for HK$916 million ($117.33 million), or HK$105,603… Read More>>
A pair of luxury homes at the Mount Nicholson project on Hong Kong’s Jardine’s Lookout have sold for a combined HK$1.1 billion, according to records posted on the development’s website, as buyers look for value prices on high end homes… Read More>>
A house at Mount Nicholson, a high-end development at Hong Kong’s Jardine’s Lookout, has been sold for HK$720 million ($91.73 million), according to local media accounts.
The sale of the house No 16 at Mount Nicholson, which is changing hands… Read More>>
Less than two weeks after agreeing to purchase a home at Hong Kong’s Jardine’s Lookout for HK$721.88 million ($92.1 million), an unnamed buyer has walked away from the deal, forfeiting a HK$36 million deposit, according to Hong Kong public records.
Hong Kong’s bellwether for extravagant living — housing prices Peak area — suffered a proper dinging after a residence in the tony Mount Nicholson development sold at a price whose discount alone would build a stately mansion almost anywhere else… Read More>>
After just three days, it’s safe to say Hong Kong’s new home price stamp duty hasn’t quite worked as government officials would have hoped. The curbing measures, which took effect on Sunday, slapped a levy of 15 percent on residential… Read More>>