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Started in 1870 as a small branch of its UK parent, Swire Pacific is a major player in property, beverages, aviation, marine services and trading and industries
Analysts say the task has been cut out for Merlin Bingham Swire, who takes over as chairman of the group’s Asian holding unit and property subsidiary on July 1
John Slosar, who will retire from the Swire Group on July 1, will remain as chairman of Cathay Pacific Airways to guide the carrier’s transformation plan.
Multinationals are moving out of Central Hong Kong in their droves in search of twice the spec, at half the cost
Firms are leaving Central for the city’s outer areas in pursuit of digitalisation, millennial talent and cost benefits
Shared space can be a viable alternative for companies in the world’s most expensive location for conventional offices, according to research
Priced at 3.5 per cent, the 10-year bond also obtained the first ‘green finance certification’ issued by the Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency
HKR International, the developer of Discovery Bay on Lantau Island, will focus on the Yangtze River Delta as it marches deeper into the mainland’s residential and commercial property markets.
Local artists and designers benefit as developers host rotating exhibitions and workshops, or use artworks, sculpture, installations and bold murals to add an extra dimension to new developments
South Lantau’s ‘Riviera’ has developed close to Cheung Sha’s pristine beaches with two main sites, Whitesands and Botanica Bay
Link REIT, the largest real estate investment trust in Asia, will sell a portfolio comprising 17 Hong Kong shopping centres to a consortium of Gaw Capital Partners and Goldman Sachs for a price tag of between HK$20 billion and HK$25 billion (US$3.2 billion), in the biggest sale of its kind in the city.
Multinational companies are beginning to discover the appeal of co-working spaces as a flexible office solution
Hong Kong overtakes London to become the world’s most expensive market for office space, for the first time since 2013. (12-0)
It is one of several Hong Kong-based builders taking advantage of lower borrowing costs than those now available to their mainland counterparts
Swire Properties, one of Hong Kong’s oldest and largest builders of luxury homes and grade A offices, said it would continue to focus on first-tier cities in mainland China as it moves closer to sealing a deal for a new commercial project in Shanghai.