The financial muscle of one of China’s largest financial institutions was on display today as Sun Hung Kai Properties confirmed earlier reporting by Mingtiandi that Ping An Insurance was buying into its West Kowloon commercial project by announcing the mainland… Read More>>
Hong Kong developer Chinachem Group has won a tender to develop a residential parcel in West Kowloon, according to an official announcement late last week.
The company led by CEO Donald Choi shouldered aside 16 other bidders to win the… Read More>>
Less than two months after purchasing a West Kowloon project for HK$42.23 ($5.4 billion) Sun Hung Kai Properties is reported to have found a partner to join in building the largest commercial tower on the peninsula.
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The Hong Kong government has sold the biggest plot of land ever put on sale in the Asian financial hub to Sun Hung Kai Properties for HK$42.23 billion ($5.4 billion), according to an announcement by the city’s Lands Department.
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Hong Kong’s office market may be mired in a slowdown, but one of mainland China’s biggest telecom providers is committing to more space in the city as it gets ready expand its 5G mobile service.
Telecom giant China Mobile has… Read More>>
All eyes are on a prime commercial site sitting atop West Kowloon’s high-speed rail terminus as developers line up joint bids for what should be Hong Kong’s most expensive property to ever go up for sale. Those quirky mainland millennials… Read More>>
Leading today’s top real estate stories from around the region, developers from Hong Kong and the mainland may soon be scraping up their change to bid for a prime commercial site atop Hong Kong’s high-speed rail terminus which could sell… Read More>>
US private equity firm Warburg Pincus on Monday announced that it is investing up to $413.5 million into Weave Co-living, and has launched the partnership with a $181 million bet on the sharing economy startup.
The partnership with Weave is… Read More>>
The Hong Kong government has unveiled its land sale programme for the new financial year from April 2018 to March 2019, including four commercial sites and 27 residential sites. Drawing the most attention is a 6-hectare commercial site above the… Read More>>
New World Development has picked up its third commercial site this year in the Cheung Sha Wan area of Hong Kong for HK$2.97 billion ($380 million), bringing its total 2017 land purchases in the Kowloon neighbourhood to HK$15 billion ($1.92… Read More>>