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>>
A Hong Kong-listed property group controlled by the younger son of Li Ka-shing is poised to take charge of a £6 billion ($7.8 billion) development in North London after a local developer walked away from the UK mega-project.
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A unit of FWD Group, the insurance arm of Richard Li’s Pacific Century Group, has agreed to purchase a 50 percent stake in a Singapore office building from CapitaLand Commercial Trust for S$591.6 million ($424 million), according to an announcement… Read More>>
Li Ka-shing appears to be continuing to sell off his China real estate assets, as a recent report has Asia’s richest man selling an office building in Shanghai for around RMB 1.54 billion ($250 million).
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Real estate private equity firm Gaw Capital Partners announced yesterday that a company belonging to one of its funds has signed a conditional agreement to acquire Richard Li’s Pacific Century Place in Beijing for US$928 million.
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Real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE: JLL), announced today that its client – ARA Asia Dragon Fund – had concluded the en-bloc sale of Nanjing International Finance Center to SanPower Group for a total transaction value of RMB… Read More>>
The real estate arm of Richard Li’s PCCW announced this week that it is close to selling a Beijing office building for a price put by sources close to the deal at US$900 million, as the Hong Kong princeling follows his father’s lead in selling off China property assets.
The move by Hong Kong based Pacific Century Premium Developments Ltd (PCPD), follows soon after the younger Li’s father, Li Ka-shing sold the Nanjing IFC in eastern China’s Jiangsu province on January 1st