If questions remained about Hong Kong-based Link REIT’s dedication to the hometown cause, they should be laid to rest after Asia’s largest listed trust bested four other bidders to clinch a Kowloon East commercial site for HK$766 million ($97.6 million).
Hong Kong’s Urban Renewal Authority is preparing for a HK$46 billion ($5.8 billion) mixed-use project in Kowloon, having submitted an application to the Town Planning Board late last month revising a development plan for a site in Kwun Tong.
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Wheelock Properties is taking final steps toward building a HK$20 billion ($2.5 billion) residential project in Hong Kong’s Kowloon Bay, having reportedly submitted an application to redevelop an industrial property in the area into 1,782 new homes.
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Wang On Properties looks set to add another suburban residential project to its pipeline as the Hong Kong-listed developer has been identified as the buyer behind the recent HK$580 million ($74.5 million) purchase of a more than 80 percent piece… Read More>>
Canadian financial services firm Manulife now has a third office tower in Kowloon East bearing its trademarks as PAG’s International Trade Tower has been rebranded under the name of its anchor tenant.
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Hong Kong-listed Far East Consortium has agreed to sell the commercial portion of a project on the former Kai Tak airstrip for a consideration of HK$3.38 billion ($433.3 million), just two weeks after joining with New World Development to acquire… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s local investors are taking advantage of the city’s accelerating industrial market, with “Minibus King” Ma Ah-muk recording an en-bloc disposal of a Kwun Tong industrial building this month for HK$390 million ($50 million), or HK$6,657 per square foot.
A busy deal-making period in Asia continued for Blackstone this week, as the US private equity giant became the latest investment group to acquire a building in Hong Kong’s redevelopment hotbed of Kowloon East.
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Canada-based financial services firm Manulife said Wednesday that its Hong Kong operation had signed a lease agreement for 145,000 square feet (13,471 square metres) of office space in Kowloon East, marking the city’s biggest office leasing deal in terms of… Read More>>
CK Asset bested four other local tenderers to win the final residential plot on the former Kai Tak airport runway with a bid of HK$10.28 billion ($1.33 billion), Hong Kong’s government announced on Wednesday.
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