Flexible office giant IWG this past week announced the opening of a new venue occupying all 18 floors of Swire Properties’ 8 Queen’s Road East in Wan Chai, adding 67,000 square feet (6,224 square metres) of flexible space to Hong… Read More>>
Taikoo Li Qiantan shopping mall, a Swire Properties joint venture in Shanghai’s Qiantan area, has apologised for violating Chinese data privacy rules after it shopping app caught the attention of a local consumer watchdog.
The state-run Shanghai Morning Post said… Read More>>
Swire Properties saw revenue decrease by 26 percent in the first half of the year to HK$6.70 billion ($855 million) while its underlying net profit slid 8 percent to $4.14 billion as its retail and hotel businesses were hit by… Read More>>
Swire Properties has revealed plans to open an ultra-luxury hotel in Shenzhen under The House Collective brand, marking the blue-chip developer’s second announcement of a new hotel in less than a month.
As the first entry in Shenzhen for the… Read More>>
Swire Properties is closing in on a HK$5.9 billion ($751.9 million) commercial project on the eastern stretch of Hong Kong Island, having reportedly applied in June to force a sale of the remaining pieces which it does not already own… Read More>>
Swire Properties is expanding its holdings near its Pacific Place complex on Hong Kong island, having bested 20 competing bids to secure a residential site in the city’s Wan Chai area through a government tender for HK$1.96 billion ($249.9 million),… Read More>>
One of China’s naughtiest developers is back in the news this week as Guangzhou R&F Properties is offering investors a chance to either give it a debt extension or face a haircut. Also making the headlines is Hong Kong’s Swire… Read More>>
Swire Properties has notched what is reportedly Hong Kong island’s biggest office lease since the dawn of the pandemic, with the local unit of China CITIC Bank agreeing to take up around 15 percent of the developer’s Two Taikoo Place… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, the agreed sale of Goldin Financial’s Hong Kong skyscraper fails to culminate, mainland developer Jinke defaults on an onshore debt payment, and Singapore’s Mapletree Investments reports an annual profit increase.
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Shanghai-backed Greenland Holdings rattles markets with its proposal to delay a bond redemption by one year, while defaulting developer China Evergrande unveils its own scheme to compensate offshore debt holders.