A pair of luxury homes at the Mount Nicholson project on Hong Kong’s Jardine’s Lookout have sold for a combined HK$1.1 billion, according to records posted on the development’s website, as buyers look for value prices on high end homes… Read More>>
A house at Mount Nicholson, a high-end development at Hong Kong’s Jardine’s Lookout, has been sold for HK$720 million ($91.73 million), according to local media accounts.
The sale of the house No 16 at Mount Nicholson, which is changing hands… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Tuesday announced that a consortium of six developers had won the third-largest residential plot on what had been the runway of Hong Kong’s former Kai Tak airport for a record HK$12.6 billion ($1.6 billion).
The… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of real estate headlines from Asia, Hong Kong’s housing rebound leads the way with home sales reaching new records over the weekend.
Elsewhere in the region, the investors behind an online to offline coffee startup seem eager… Read More>>
A joint venture between US real estate fund manager Angelo Gordon and a Hong Kong family office serving one of the region’s oldest shipping families has agreed to sell a retail property in the New Territories’ Tseung Kwan O area… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department on Wednesday announced that a consortium of three Hong Kong developers, together with the mainland’s China Overseas Land & Investment had won the largest residential site on what had been the runway of the city’s former… Read More>>
HNA Group has sold off its last piece of land in Hong Kong’s Kai Tak area at a HK$740 million ($94 million) loss, as the mainland conglomerate struggles to liquidate assets in a slowing market.
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Hong Kong’s bellwether for extravagant living — housing prices Peak area — suffered a proper dinging after a residence in the tony Mount Nicholson development sold at a price whose discount alone would build a stately mansion almost anywhere else… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news is the slow death by retail of the music seller HMV. The giant of the age of LPs, 8-tracks and cassettes is being sued by New World for HK$5 million in allegedly unpaid… Read More>>
China’s Bank of Communications appears to be taking advantage of a sustained slide in Hong Kong retail rents to expand its footprint in the city’s Central district at a rent less than half of what an earlier tenant paid for… Read More>>