In their 18th asset sale over the last six months, the family of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing Bor has sold a senior home in Kowloon City at a loss of HK$160 million ($20.3 million), according to local… Read More>>
The family of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing-Bor continues to market their holdings in the city, having completed at least three asset sales over the past two weeks, according to sources familiar with the transactions.
The family has… Read More>>
The family of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor is taking advantage of the city’s booming industrial market to raise cash, adding a 15th major asset to the clan’s series of disposals in the last seven months with the… Read More>>
Hong Kong recorded its third-ever unsuccessful compulsory sale just two weeks ago, with the auction for Tai Chi Court in the city’s Tsim Sha Tsui area seeing a buyer walk away from the chance to pick up the commercial property… Read More>>
In their 13th major asset disposal in six months, the family of Hong Kong’s late “Shop King” Tang Shing-Bor have started the new year on a familiar note, taking in a reported HK$650 million ($83.3 million) with the disposal of… Read More>>
Tang Shing-Bor, known in Hong Kong as the “Shop King” has hit a patch of legal trouble after failing to pay more than HK$12 million ($1.5 million) in rent, according to local news reports.
The owners of a building at… Read More>>
Hong Kong billionaire Tang Shing-bor, known as the city’s “Shop King”, is trading an 80-room hotel in Wan Chai in exchange for a potential housing site in Sai Kung, a suburban area of the city, in a deal that involves… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, a 19-storey Ginza-style commercial building owned by Henderson Land and Lai Sun Group is reportedly nearing a sale to an unidentified buyer for HK$3.9 billion. Also in the headlines, Tuesday’s record-breaking Kai Tak… Read More>>
As a new generation takes over leadership of major Hong Kong developers including CK Assets and New World Development, the heir of the city’s “shop king” Tang Shing-bor is building on a relationship with a HKEX-listed developer first forged by… Read More>>