In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, developer Sunac China reaches a deal with holders of 30 percent of its offshore debt, and Best Mart 360’s co-founders enter an agreement to sell a large stake in the Hong Kong store… Read More>>
Hugo Lam’s Best Mart 360 to Sell 49% Stake to State-Owned China Merchants Group
Best Mart 360, the Hong Kong retail chain controlled by local property investor Hugo Lam (Lin Tsz Fung), revealed this week that it had entered into a tentative deal to sell a 49 percent stake in the company to state-owned… Read More>>
China Resources Buying Mall in Hong Kong’s New Territories for $170M
A unit of China Resources Group has picked up the group’s fifth major Hong Kong property over the past year with its purchase of a shopping complex in the New Territories from mainland investor Hugo Lam Chi-fung for a record… Read More>>
Unnamed Mainland Investor Buys Floor of Hong Kong’s the Center for HK$1.1B
Hong Kong tycoon David Chan Ping-chi has taken a step towards cashing out his holdings in the Center on Hong Kong’s Queen’s Road, selling a floor in the office building nearly two years after joining a consortium which acquired the… Read More>>
Hanison and Angelo Gordon Sell Sheung Wan Building to Hugo Lam for HK$1.1B
Hanison Construction and Angelo Gordon have sold a commercial building in Sheung Wan to a joint venture between mainland investor Hugo Lam and Hong Kong-listed Asia Cassava Resources for HK$1.1 billion ($140 million).
The acquisition by the joint venture provides… Read More>>
Hugo Lam Puts Causeway Bay Tower on the Market and More Hong Kong Real Estate Headlines
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, property flipping aficionado Hugo Lam has decided that 2018 is prime time to start marketing a ginza-style building in Causeway Bay for HK$1.3 billion, less than a year after purchasing it for HK$965… Read More>>
Hugo Lam Buys Kwun Tong Industrial Site for HK$1.6B With Plans for New Office Project
One of Hong Kong’s most aggressive real estate speculators is making good on a pledge of love for Kowloon East, as Hugo Lam Chi-fung has scooped up a Kwun Tong industrial site for HK$1.6 billion ($204 million).
This latest real… Read More>>