In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Chinese developer Jiayuan agrees to sell a mixed-used complex as it fends off wind-up petitions, Hong Kong rejects a New Territories housing plan submitted by two key builders, and shareholders approve ESR Cayman’s… Read More>>
Just three months after winning a Kowloon Tong residential site for HK$1.6 billion, Hong Kong-listed Lai Sun Development continues to focus on the city’s quickening luxury market, with its acquisition of a pair of adjacent properties in the Mid-Levels area… Read More>>
Local builder Lai Sun Development moved to expand its development pipeline this past week, in the midst of Hong Kong’s housing boom, as it topped 16 competing bids to win a residential site in Kowloon Tong for a price of… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Li Ka-shing’s CK Asset is said to be entertaining offers for UBS’s London headquarters building, Singapore plans a public tender for a development site near Marina Bay, and China Evergrande chairman Hui Ka… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation has awarded the rights for the fifth phase of property development at Wong Chuk Hang metro station to a consortium of four local developers, reportedly for a lower premium than was paid in the fourth-phase tender.
Kowloon leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of top Hong Kong real estate headlines this week with a listed developer picking up a site Kowloon East’s Ngau Tau Kok area through a URA tender. Also on the peninsula, a Michelin star bearing dim… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lai Sun Group has won approval to develop a 56-storey office tower on London’s Leadenhall Street, after tycoon Peter Lam’s textiles-to-property group had purchased a pair of existing properties on the same block as London’s Gherkin office tower… Read More>>
Hong Kong developers Henderson Land and Lai Sun have reached an agreement to sell 8 Observatory Road, a vertical retail building in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui area for HK$4.1 billion ($522 million), according to market sources who spoke with… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, a 19-storey Ginza-style commercial building owned by Henderson Land and Lai Sun Group is reportedly nearing a sale to an unidentified buyer for HK$3.9 billion. Also in the headlines, Tuesday’s record-breaking Kai Tak… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed real estate company Lai Sun Development has closed on its acquisition of 100 Leadenhall Street, a 125,000 square foot (11,600 square metre) office building in the City of London, according to reports in the London media.
Lai Sun,… Read More>>