A joint venture backed by Australian property firm Lendlease has agreed to purchase a pair of ageing buildings in Singapore’s rapidly evolving Paya Lebar area for S$150 million ($111.5 million), with plans to build a sustainable commercial project on the… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed developer Vantage International has agreed to acquire an apartment building in Mong Kok for HK$330 million ($42.6 million), according to a local news report yesterday.
The company, which is part of the Vantage Group alongside its Able Engineering… Read More>>
In April 2020, the redeveloped David Jones Elizabeth Street flagship store in Sydney, Australia, opened to the public. Here, Terence Seah, Head of Benoy’s Singapore Studio, considers the history and significance of this iconic building, and explains how Benoy has… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Henderson Land Development has added another project site to its land bank in its home city by acquiring the last three units in a building in the New Territories’ Tai Po town.
The blue chip developer recently paid… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed CSI Properties has acquired the remaining four floors in a building on Wellington Street in Hong Kong’s Central district for HK$185 million ($23.59 million), according to an account in the Hong Kong Economic Times
The purchase brings the… Read More>>
Henderson Land Development has applied for a compulsory sale of four aging buildings in Hong Kong’s Mid-levels, according to a filing at the city’s Lands Tribunal as the blue-chip developer continues to play its preference for redevelopment projects.
Should the… Read More>>
More developers have been redeveloping old residential and commercial buildings, after finding it increasingly difficult to acquire… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus will invest up to $300 million in a new joint venture with Shanghai-based urban renewal operator CREATER to acquire and redevelop real estate projects in China’s first-tier cities, according to a statement jointly released by the two companies… Read More>>
Richard Li’s Pacific Century Premium Developments (PCPD) has agreed to pay HK$2 billion ($256 million) to a company run by a former associate of the second-generation tycoon in return for ownership of a prime housing site in Hong Kong’s Central… Read More>>
Tycoon Payson Cha’s Hanison Construction Holdings has picked up a block of serviced apartments in Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan neighbourhood for HK$506 million ($64.7 million), according to a report in the Hong Kong Economic Times. The purchase of the building just… Read More>>