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  1. Luxurious Central 88 close to putting up full-house sign

    Posted May 18th 2005, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... Reports by Kenneth Ko OCCUPANCY AT Central 88 has reached 90 per cent as leasing demand continues to grow, especially from professionals in the fields of finance, law and information technology, and those working for multinationals. Being in Central is the key attraction of Central 88, especially for those who like to occupy quality serviced apartments right in the heart ...

  2. Market tipped to weather storm

    Posted Oct 10th 2008, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... they occupy. As long as they have business to grow, there will be a continuing demand for space. We are positive of the market outlook.' The office market in Central was particularly strong due ... properties was high at about 98 per cent, with some buildings fully occupied. 'While the global market environment is a concern, the local office market is expected to remain stable,' Mr ...

  3. Mid-Levels flat is a rarity- in terms of space and price

    Posted Apr 19th 2006, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... 6,000 sq ft and occupying a whole floor in the top levels of the building. There are 61 other apartments in the development, each about 3,000 sq ft. The building was completed in 1999. Kerry ... Harbour was balanced by the rich greenery in and around the neighbourhood. Loftily perched though it is, well above the city centre, Aigburth is than less than five minutes to Central ...

  4. Big names cash in on value for money

    Posted Jun 26th 2009, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... on Hong Kong Island. This will encourage other occupiers to really continue to focus on these buildings,' he said. Mr Davies said there was an obvious trend of companies moving from Hong Kong ... cost-conscious. 'From a macro point of view, East Kowloon will benefit as what is happening globally will have a greater impact on Central,' he said, adding that the office sector in East ...

  5. Eco-friendly tower rises above the rest Tower rises above rest

    Posted Mar 27th 2009, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... Asking rentals are about HK$15 per sqft a month. The landlord makes it a priority to secure bigger space occupiers, but retains flexibility to meet demand from smaller tenants. Mr Lo said ... occupiers. In fact, flexibility is the key to office leasing in today's market,' he said. 'Tenants are more demanding and are looking for better or more flexible terms, ...

  6. Singaporeans taken with top tier

    Posted Mar 09th 2005, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... caught the eye of potential buyers and investors. Prices at The Sail@Marina Bay, Icon, MeraPrime, Twin Regency and the home-office concept Soho@Central range from S$650 to S$950 ($3,120 ... in phases. Jones Lang LaSalle expects investors and owner-occupiers to be on the lookout for opportunities in luxury residential neighbourhoods. The consultant did not expect luxury home prices ...

  7. District is centre of attraction

    Posted Mar 27th 2009, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... in the district, with a high vacancy rate of about 30 per cent, means that more aggressive and attractive leasing packages are needed to compete for occupiers. According to Colliers International, average ... and consolidate their operations to generate significant rental savings. 'Tenants will be lured to relocate due to the steep rental difference between central business district locations on Hong Kong ...

  8. Time for pampering

    Posted May 15th 2009, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... commercial landlord in Central, with top-of-the-range properties such as The Landmark, Alexander House, Prince Building, Jardine House and Exchange Square. Its latest luxury residential project ... from the imminent redevelopment of the old airport site at Kai Tak. The project, which is being marketed for sale, is expected to attract local and overseas attention from owner-occupiers ...

  9. Mainland high fliers drive demand for top quality units

    Posted Apr 19th 2006, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... stepping stone for their ventures. This bodes well for luxury leasing by increasing demand.' She said Four Seasons Place in Central had attracted strong interest from mainland companies. ... and three-bedroom units at $120,000 to $150,000, she said. The occupancy rate was 90 per cent now. Most of the tenants were expatriates occupying senior management positions in multinational companies, ...

  10. Corporate growth a fillip for luxury market

    Posted Apr 19th 2006, 12:00am by Kenneth Ko

    ... in prime locations, he said. Renovated flats in old buildings in popular areas such as Central and Sheung Wan near the SoHo neighbourhood were being leased at high rents and were especially sought ... increased by about 300 basis points last year, widening the 'buy-rent' gap, which would slow the growth of owner-occupier demand. The buy-rent gap is the ratio of mortgage repayment over ...




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