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).
A government tender for a commercial site in Hong Kong’s Kowloon East is set to close this Friday, giving developers an opportunity to win the rights to build a HK$1.8 billion ($229.4 million) retail project in Kwun Tong, spanning as… Read More>>
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.
The… Read More>>
The family of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor is taking advantage of the city’s booming industrial market to raise cash, adding a 15th major asset to the clan’s series of disposals in the last seven months with the… 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.
Emperor International Holdings, the property division… Read More>>
CBRE this week announced the sale of the lower half of an industrial building in an up-and-coming Hong Kong district which is rapidly transforming from workshops to prime office projects.
Industrial developer Goodman confirmed to Mingtiandi today that it is… Read More>>
The migration away from the world’s priciest office location continues with one of Hong Kong’s biggest office deals so far in 2020 taking a major tenant away from its current home in the city’s Central district.
The Hong Kong Mortgage… Read More>>
A property conglomerate chaired by the son of Hong Kong’s richest man, Li Ka-shing, has won a tender to develop the city’s first residential project combining private and government-subsidised homes.
The city’s Lands Department announced yesterday that it had awarded… Read More>>
New World Development has listed for sale a Hong Kong commercial property at an asking price of HK$3 billion ($390 million), as the company looks to offload non-core assets, according to a person familiar with the matter who spoke to… Read More>>