Commercial Property

22 Jun 18
Hong Kong prime offices are the world's most expensive at US$306.57 per sqft per annum.
22 Jun 18
Occupancy costs per sqft are higher than London and New York at $2,505.
22 Jun 18
Apartment and commercial developments dominated monthly construction plans.
22 Jun 18
This marks one of the least penetration rates in APAC.
15 Jun 18
The buyer is Hengli Investment Holding Group.
12 Jun 18
They accounted for $17.9b and $12.8b respectively.
5 Jun 18
Skyrocketing property prices may have finally dampened demand.
31 May 18
The land shortage exceeded the government estimate of 1,200 hectares.
30 May 18
The city was the only market that ranked in the top five across all five property sectors - office, industrial, retail, apartment and hotel.
25 May 18
Apartment developments dominated future construction activities.
24 May 18
Imports and exports rose 10.7% and 8.7% respectively in March.
24 May 18
The office sector continues to enjoy heated interest from investors.
23 May 18
The two markets accounted for over three quarters of new office lettings last month.
21 May 18
There are more than 50 operators covering over 1m sq ft in land area.
16 May 18
Purpose-built establishments are being constructed to cater to the global competitive gaming market and Hong Kong is no exception.
11 May 18
HSBC and Standard Chartered have even started offering mortgages for these products.
4 May 18
Residential units accounted for three quarters of the monthly sales.
3 May 18
It was awarded to Westlink Investments.
25 Apr 18
Wharf REIC, Link REIT and Champion REIT are in for a good year ahead.
25 Apr 18
The economic uncertainty has actually resulted in a positive development for Hong Kong’s real estate sector.
20 Apr 18
Goldman Sachs was the latest to pull out from the CBD.
20 Apr 18
They committed to 143,300 sq ft of new space in Hong Kong Island in Q1.
19 Apr 18
Commercial developments dominated upcoming construction projects.
18 Apr 18
A local beverage company secured a site in Tuen Mun in light of possible relocation from Yuen Long.
18 Apr 18
China Energy Reserve & Chemicals Group pulled out of a deal to acquire Li Ka-Shing's The Center in Central.
17 Apr 18
The transactions hit a total land premium of $5.68b.
12 Apr 18
Local media are reportedly valuing the deal at $400m.
12 Apr 18
It was awarded to Wang On Properties subsidiary Newex Limited.
9 Apr 18
Hong Kong East is emerging as a preferred destination with rents rising the fastest at 0.5%.
5 Apr 18
Total consideration for sales and purchase agreements fell to $50.5b.
4 Apr 18
Their Bonham Strand and New Steet hubs combine the best of hospitality and design.
27 Mar 18
Local developers bid more aggressively as Chinachem and The Wharf snatched two GLS sites.
27 Mar 18
More than half were for apartment developments.
16 Mar 18
Admiralty and Sheung Wan led the charge after rising 11% and 9% respectively.
16 Mar 18
After China Energy withdrew, the $16.08b loan pricing rose 10bps.
5 Mar 18
Operators had trouble accessing Grade A buildings and instead redeveloped Grade B properties.
28 Feb 18
New investors Hui Wing Mau and Pollyanna Chu Yuet Wah will take 20% and 17% stake to fill in the vacuum.
26 Feb 18
Hong Kong East and Kowloon outpaced Central as they led the shift towards decentralisation.
26 Feb 18
Of that figure, 9 were for apartment and commercial developments.