What happens when the investor known as Superman decides to hang up his cape? The answer to that question may soon be known after Li Ka-shing announced in Hong Kong today that he would be stepping down from atop his… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the city’s de facto central bank rejected calls from lawmakers to relax mortgage policies, saying the housing market is still too hot. Also in the headlines, even Hong Kong’s securities regulator may find… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, 2017 marked a 13-year high for the construction of private flats. And if that’s not enough to ease the city’s housing crisis, the operator of Kwai Tsing port facility is talking about building… Read More>>
Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing is reported to be seeking buyers for a sprawling, partly completed residential and commercial project in the western Chinese city of Chongqing, with an asking price of RMB 20 billion ($3 billion), according to an… 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 richest man just sold the city’s most expensive building for HK$40.2 billion ($5.15 billion), according to an announcement today by Li Ka-shing’s CK Asset Holdings to the Hong Kong stock exchange.
CK Asset, which was formerly known as… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s richest man is reportedly selling his most valuable building, The Center office tower, for a record price of HK$40.2 billion ($5.15 billion). Li Ka-shing’s CK Asset Holdings – formerly Cheung Kong Property Holdings – agreed to dispose of… Read More>>
The top floor of The Center office tower, the tallest building in the portfolio of Li Ka-shing’s Cheung Kong group, is poised to change hands for HK$738 ($94.5 million), smashing the price per square foot record for a strata-titled office… Read More>>
Singapore’s commercial market continues to show signs of life this month as one of the country’s biggest real estate investment companies puts a CBD office space up for sale. Also in the headlines, Li Ka-shing is still clarifying his succession… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s superstar investor may not be quite ready to cede the stage to the next generation, even if he does turn 89 next month.
In battling media reports yesterday, Li Ka-shing appears to be wavering on his retirement plans,… Read More>>