Kerry Properties, a Hong Kong-listed developer controlled by Shangri-La Hotels founder Robert Kuok, has acquired 26 percent of an industrial building in Hong Kong’s southern district for HK$499.7 million ($64 million), according to a local media report citing government filings.
Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation has awarded a residential development in a southern district of the city to a consortium formed by Kerry Properties, Swire Properties, and Sino Land.
The trio of local developers is reported to be paying a HK$6.76… Read More>>
Victor Li’s CK Asset Holdings has won the tender for a 1.5 million square foot (139,000 square metre) project in Hong Kong’s Wong Chuk Hang area, according to an announcement today by the city’s MTR Corporation, which sold the combined… Read More>>
International accounting firm KPMG is said to have signed up for 150,000 square feet (14,000 square metres) of space at South Island Place, an upcoming office project under development in Hong Kong’s Wong Chuk Hang area.
The lease, which would… Read More>>
A mixed-use plot atop MTR Corporation’s Wong Chuk Hang station said to be worth up to HK$36 billion ($4.6 billion) has generated 36 expressions of interest from developers including Sun Hung Kai Properties, CK Asset and New World Development.
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Swire Properties is building a foothold in southern Hong Kong Island, as the blue-chip developer this week celebrated the topping out of South Island Place, its first office project in the gentrifying hub of Wong Chuk Hang.
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Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the city’s metro operator plans to offer a land site above Wong Chuk Hang station for residential development this year. Also in the headlines, 20 percent of Hong Kong buyers say they will… Read More>>
Hong Kong developers dominated the bidding for a residential site in the city’s Wong Chuk Hang area that is expected to sell for up to HK$10 billion (US$1.28 billion).
The tender for the 600-home site adjacent to the Wong Chuk… Read More>>
Once known for its decaying workshops, the Wong Chuk Hang area in southern Hong Kong is gaining popularity as a commercial hub with developers rushing to turn its one-time factory space into hotels, offices and retail space.
The opening of… Read More>>
Deep-pocketed giants from mainland China showed off their growing dominance of Hong Kong’s property sector again on Tuesday when a joint venture between Ping An Real Estate Capital and Hong Kong’s Road King Infrastructure bested 13 other bidders to win… Read More>>