In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a Softbank-owned investment firm is reportedly seeking to buy Japanese department store Sogo & Seibu, an acquisition deal for Singapore’s Sime Darby Business Centre collapses, and the fate of a crypto investor’s luxury… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, a retail unit in Kowloon’s Jordan area was sold for HK$19 million — 50 percent below the original asking price. In the residential realm, a villa at Henderson Land’s Beverly Hills project in… 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 developer Sun Hung Kai Properties has won a residential parcel in Hong Kong’s New Territories for HK$6.31 billion ($804 million), according to an announcement by the city’s Lands Department, snatching up the Tai Po project for a higher… Read More>>
With much of east and southeast Asia on holiday last week, India moved to centre stage as Warburg Pincus made a bet on a tech startup that could boost the company’s portfolio of logistics assets.
Also on the subcontinent, a… Read More>>
The era when Hong Kong residents loved buying — and living in — apartments the size of most kitchens found in ordinary US homes appears to be over. If ever there was an indicator that Hong Kong’s decade-plus run of… Read More>>
Steel problems carried a housing redevelopment project in Hong Kong’s Sau Kei Wan area into the news this week as a subcontractor was found to have used substandard rebar on the 4,000 unit government subsidised project. Also in the headlines,… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the total spend on property in the city reached HK$300 billion in the first five months of the year, a post-1997 record for the January to May period. Also in the headlines, a… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, Cantopop singer Joey Yung paid an estimated HK$200 million ($25 million) for a luxury home in Repulse Bay. Also in the headlines, you may not be able to buy a Michelin star, but… Read More>>
In another sign that Hong Kong’s new stamp duty may not have a large impact on the housing market, Strongbod Limited, a joint venture between HKR International and Hysan Development, submitted a winning bid of HK$3.39 billion ($437 million) to… Read More>>