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>>
At the top of the news today, One of Hong Kong’s biggest property developers has won out in his attempt to buy an Aussie power company, a top 10 mainland homebuilder broke $1 billion in operating profit by the end… Read More>>
Leading today’s news, Hong Kong’s “Superman” is flexing his financial muscle again as Cheung Kong Property agrees to buy a Canadian HVAC business for more than $2.1 billion. Also in the headlines, after the city of Beijing rolled out nearly… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s richest man can’t take it with him, but he can still shed tears of joy over the cash he’s making from the city’s booming real estate market, while Vincent Lo convinces an SCMP reporter that Shui On is… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s richest man predicts the city’s home prices will continue to climb in 2017, despite government curbs and a surge of supply. Also in the news today, a Chongqing developer hopes to make a £500 million deal in London,… Read More>>
In 2015 it was defaulting developers and cross-border binging that dominated Asia’s real estate headlines. This year, the defaulting disease seems to have eased, only to be replaced by co-working fever.
Also grabbing investor attention in 2016 were record-setting deals… Read More>>
Today’s headlines prove that even Superman stumbles from time to time, after Li Ka-shing’s CK Property announced it will fail to hit its sales target for this year. Also making news today, China Jinmao spends big to get its hands… Read More>>
A couple of heavy hitters in Hong Kong are having a less than stellar start to the week. Shenzhen shopkeepers are not happy with tycoon Li Ka-shing and claim they have been cheated by his CK Hutchison Holdings. Meanwhile, elected… Read More>>