Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Wednesday announced that a consortium of three Hong Kong developers, together with the mainland’s China Overseas Land & Investment had won the largest residential site on what had been the runway of the city’s former… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department announced on March 22 that it had received six bids from a total of 10 developers for a 103,150 square foot (9,583 square meter) residential plot on the site of the city’s former Kai Tak Airport.
HNA Group has sold off its last piece of land in Hong Kong’s Kai Tak area at a HK$740 million ($94 million) loss, as the mainland conglomerate struggles to liquidate assets in a slowing market.
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Analysts are already predicting a quick rebound in Hong Kong’s property market, but the city’s developers may still need a bit more convincing, judging by the failed sale of a prime commercial site this week.
The Hong Kong government on… Read More>>
HNA Group is in talks to sell its fourth and final plot of development land at Hong Kong’s former Kai Tak airport, according to a company filing to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, as the distressed mainland conglomerate attempts to bail… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Wednesday announced that a plot of residential land on what had been the runway of the city’s former Kai Tak Airport has been awarded to local development giant, Sun Hung Kai Properties, for HK$11.26 billion… Read More>>
Singapore keeps churning out the headlines today as China and Hong Kong slow down as the city-state’s Mapletree Investments makes another US purchase and a major real estate agency names a new MD in the Southeast Asian financial hub. Meanwhile… Read More>>
China Overseas Land & Investment (COLI) picked up Hong Kong’s final residential plot of the year for a bargain HK$8.03 billion ($1.03 billion), as clouds gather over Asia’s most expensive real estate market.
The state-run mainland developer purchased the site on… Read More>>
Distressed mainland conglomerate HNA Group has reportedly taken a big loss on properties it owned in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district, selling them off this past week for HK$70 million less than what it paid for them just last year.
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the city’s once robust industrial market has become the latest casualty of the property market downturn as the volume of warehouses and workshops traded in October sank to an 18-month low. Asset owners… Read More>>