Newly retired MTR Corporation chairman Frederick Ma Si-hang saw out the end of his tenure at the government-backed railway operator amid allegations of misconduct, following publication of videos, photographs and a news account in the Apple Daily newspaper linking the… Read More>>
Property dynasties lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the news that the biggest four Hong Kong tycoons have passed on empires worth a combined $109 billion, while the Chinese government has taken another step… Read More>>
A leadership reshuffle leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with news that a major Singapore developer that now holds assets under management in excess of S$100 billion is going through a reorganisation at the… Read More>>
Lee Shau Kee, chairman of Henderson Land Development and one of Hong Kong’s wealthiest men, proposes to step down from his role at the head of the company that he founded, according to an announcement today to the Hong Kong… Read More>>
China’s HNA Group has sold a pair of land parcels at Hong Kong’s former airport site in Kai Tak to Henderson Land for HK$16 billion ($2 billion), less than fifteen months after buying the residential plots for a record HK$14.2… Read More>>
Seven of Hong Kong’s ten wealthiest people and almost half of the city’s top billionaires made their fortunes in real estate, according to the latest annual ranking of the city’s 50 richest people by Forbes.
Thanks to a roaring real… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Henderson Land Development is said to be fielding offers of up to HK$11 billion ($1.41 billion) for its new, 22-storey grade A office tower overlooking Victoria Harbour in North Point.
The top-five Hong Kong developer is understood to… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s second richest man expects the city’s home prices to keep sliding and selling a Manhattan nursing home to China’s biggest developer could put a New York company on the wrong end of a lawsuit. Read on for all… Read More>>
Real estate is good business in most parts of the world, but nowhere is the property business a better place to build wealth than in Asia, according to a recent survey.
The recently released Forbes Rich List, the annual compendium of… Read More>>
Forbes China just released its 2014 Rich List, detailing the fortunes of the 290 richest Chinese tycoons, and found that five out of the top ten fat cats come from the real estate sector, with two more owning development companies.