Half a month after Gaw Capital was first reported to be teaming up with Chinese investor Chen Changwei in an effort by the tycoon’s Hengli Group to purchase a pair of Hong Kong office towers, the private equity firm is… Read More>>
A growing number of financial institutions have fled rising office rents in Hong Kong’s Central district this year, and now one of the government bodies charged with regulating the city’s financial markets appears to be following the migration of its… Read More>>
Four months after buying a pair of Hong Kong office buildings from Swire Properties for HK$15 billion ($2 billion), a privately-held affiliate of mainland investor Chen Chang Wei’s Hengli Group has reportedly recruited Gaw Capital Partners to take as much… Read More>>
JLL, the world’s second largest property consultancy by revenue, announced on Thursday that it would pack up its office in the city’s traditional business centre of Admiralty and move to One Taikoo Place in Quarry Bay next year.
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China’s turbulent financial markets lead today’s real estate news from around the region as one of the mainland’s four major “bad asset banks” predicts trouble for overstretched developers. Despite the turmoil further north, investors in Singapore are still showing enthusiasm… Read More>>
Swire Properties has agreed to sell a pair of office buildings in Hong Kong’s Quarry Bay area to a little-known mainland investor for HK$15 billion ($1.9 billion), according to an announcement by the company on Friday to the Hong Kong… Read More>>
WeWork has leased four floors in Swire Properties’ Taikoo Shing on Hong Kong island, the company has revealed to Mingtiandi, as the US co-working startup confirms an expansion plan first reported last November.
The 54,000 square foot space in Cityplaza… Read More>>
Over half the space in Swire Properties’ new office tower in its flagship Taikoo Place development has already been leased out, chief executive Guy Bradley announced at the project’s topping out ceremony in Hong Kong’s Quarry Bay today.
Among the… Read More>>
Outbound investment in real estate by mainland companies has dropped by more than half this year according to analysts, but having the world’s hottest real estate market just across the border means that some developers from the middle kingdom are… Read More>>
BNP Paribas, a $2.4 billion financial giant, has decided that it may not have the cash to maintain an address in Hong Kong’s Central district and is picking up stakes for Quarry Bay.
The company, which is the world’s sixth-largest… Read More>>