In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a UK data centre operator’s Chinese owners consider selling out, a Korean sovereign wealth fund shakes up its leadership, and Hong Kong’s “Shop King” is sued over an unpaid debt.
A European industrial acquisition leads today’s set of real estate news from around the region, as a Singapore-listed REIT expands its holdings on the Continent.
Also in the news, a Blackstone-backed Indian REIT is aiming to raise… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s investment sector may be reeling from nearly two years of turmoil, but local developer Lofter Group envisions a bright future. On 24 November, the redevelopment specialist and partner Alphalex Capital agreed to acquire 1-7 Ki Lung Street in… 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’s ‘Shop King’ Tang Shing-bor has put a building in Wanchai up for sale at HK$450 million ($58 million), marking the fourth time this year that one of the city’s most prolific property investors has put assets on the… Read More>>
A branch of one of China’s largest state-owned conglomerates is growing its footprint in Hong Kong with the HK$820 million ($106 million) purchase of an industrial asset in the eastern New Territories, as mainland players return to the Hong Kong… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s “Shop King”, Tang Shing-bor, has put a portfolio of commercial and residential properties on the market for a combined HK$1.5 billion ($190 million), according to a local news report.
Property consultancy Savills, which is marketing the Kowloon and… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor has braved the property market downturn to buy a trio of retail properties for $HK1 billion ($130 million), while an investor consortium is said to have backed out of… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, evidence of a downturn continues to dominate as “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor is said to have forfeited a HK$32.8 million ($4.23 million) initial payment in order to back out of Kowloon hotel purchase.
As the Hong Kong property market stalls under the pressure of five months of protests, the Asian financial hub’s economic storm has become hunting season as the city’s “Shop King” makes his second opportunistic purchase in three months.
Tang Shing-bor,… Read More>>