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COMMERCIAL PROPERTY | Staff Reporter, Hong Kong
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Sino Land, Kwok JV gets Wong Chuk Hang commercial site for HKD2.53b

A price higher than market expectations.

Grand Apex, a Sino Land and Empire Group by Walter Kwok joint venture vehicle, out-bid 23 rivals and acquired the Wong Chuk Hang commercial site for HKD2.53b.

According to a research note from Kim Eng, it was 10% higher than market expectation.

This translates into HKD8,872 per sq ft based on a maximum GFA of 284,945 sq ft and it is the most expensive commercial land sale in Hong Kong Island's history.

Here's more from Kim Eng:

The price is 47% higher than the previous commercial site in Kwai Chung sold in May and suggests that the developers maintain a rather bullish outlook.

We expect the ASP of the commercial project to be about HKD15,000 per sq ft, about 20% higher than the secondary commercial property prices in the area.

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