Hang Lung Properties has been given the green light to build luxury homes on a former US government site on Hong Kong’s Shouson Hill, according to a recent report by the city’s Buildings Department, with analysts predicting that the… Read More>>
Mingfa Group has agreed to sell its 20 percent stake in No.15 Shouson, a luxury residential project in Hong Kong Island’s Deep Water Bay, to existing partners for HK$650 million ($82.8 million), as the mainland developer looks to raise some… Read More>>
A villa has sold for HK$435 million ($55.4 million) at No.15 Shouson in Hong Kong Island’s Deep Water Bay, showing resilience in demand for high-end homes as higher interest rates threaten to tamp down luxury market sentiment.
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A luxury villa in Hong Kong Island’s Deep Water Bay sold on Sunday for HK$870.2 million ($110.8 million), according to public records, in the city’s priciest residential transaction this year.
With the market for Hong Kong high-end housing continuing to… Read More>>
Hui Wing Mau, chairman of defaulting real estate developer Shimao Group, has agreed to sell his 40 percent stake in a luxury project in Hong Kong’s Deep Water Bay for a total consideration of HK$1.04 billion ($134.2 million), according to… Read More>>
Sales in Hong Kong’s luxury residential market nearly tripled in the 12 months that ended 30 June, driven by wealthy locals who resumed home-buying activities and a surge of initial public offerings on the Hong Kong and Shenzhen stock exchanges.
In Mingtiandi’s latest roundup of regional news headlines, Hong Kong approves the sale of a US consular property on Shouson Hill after resolving a diplomatic impasse, while Blackstone bigwig Stephen Schwarzman deals with a backlash over his political leanings.
Just a few weeks after cancelling 2020’s biggest IPO, China’s central government has seized another opportunity to assert its authority in the business realm by blocking an agreement for the sale of a US consular property in Hong Kong.
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Under a cloud of sanctions and suspended trade privileges, the US government sold a set of consular residences in Hong Kong’s southern District to Hang Lung Properties for HK$2.6 billion ($331 million), the developer said in an email to Mingtiandi… Read More>>
Amidst growing friction with Chinese authorities, the US Department of State has put up for sale a residential site in one of Hong Kong’s most exclusive enclaves, and it could be set to sell for nearly a quarter less than… Read More>>