A dumped $1.7 billion land auction leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the Hong Kong government having postponed the sale of a residential site in Kowloon amid street protests against the now delayed… Read More>>
Goldin Financial is abandoning its HK$11.1 billion ($1.41 billion) purchase of a commercial site on the former runway of Hong Kong’s Kai Tak airport, citing the city’s economic and social instability as motivation for its decision.
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Less than two weeks after filing the paperwork for its latest Asia fund, US-based private equity firm leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate news with a report that it is ready to call a final close to the vehicle after… Read More>>
Another Kai Tak land sale leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with news that Hong Kong developer Goldin Financial beat off stiff competition to win its second plot on the former airport for HK$11.1… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Tuesday announced that a consortium of six developers had won the third-largest residential plot on what had been the runway of Hong Kong’s former Kai Tak airport for a record HK$12.6 billion ($1.6 billion).
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In today’s roundup of real estate headlines from Asia, Hong Kong’s housing rebound leads the way with home sales reaching new records over the weekend.
Elsewhere in the region, the investors behind an online to offline coffee startup seem eager… Read More>>
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>>