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>>
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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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.
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Another Hong Kong purchase by a mainland investor leads Mingtiandi’s real estate roundup today as China Mobile walks away a winner from an industrial land sale in the SAR.
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Plunging retail sales lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today as shoppers continue to stay away from the high streets in one Asia retail hub, triggering a 36 percent drop in purchases.
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WeWork has surrendered three lease commitments in Hong Kong as the US co-working giant continues to restructure its portfolio, according to a person with knowledge of the matter who spoke to Mingtiandi.
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Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, Hong Kong giants Henderson Land and Swire Properties have had a joint commercial development application in Quarry Bay turned down despite snapping up a set of shops on the site for HK$82 million.