Hong Kong developer Henderson Land has received approval for the compulsory sale of one of two blocks in the storied Champagne Court in the heart of Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui district, according to a ruling by the Lands Tribunal.
Hines on Friday announced the official opening of its first-ever rental apartment complex in Hong Kong as the US developer continues to expand its bets on multi-family residential in Asia Pacific.
Dash on Prat, an 18-storey co-living facility in the… Read More>>
Hong Kong has not only lost its crown for having the most expensive retail district globally, the Chinese territory’s top-end shopping has also migrated to unfashionable Kowloon.
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US developer Hines has acquired Butterfly on Prat, a 158-room hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui area, which the firm plans to convert into a co-living flagship to be managed by local residential operator Dash Living.
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Butterfly on Prat, a 158-room hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui area, has reportedly changed hands for HK$980 million ($123 million) as the local tourism collapse compels smaller lodging operators to sell their assets to redevelopment-minded investors.
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Hong Kong’s prime business districts continue to welcome expansion by the world’s largest full-service flexible workspace provider, as IWG is set to scoop up more spoils from the near collapse of former co-working giant WeWork.
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Hong Kong is back to work after last week’s holiday, but the city’s real estate market doesn’t seem to be able to catch a break with Tsim Sha Tsui losing its Cartier shop as retail woes continue.
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