Chesterton Petty | South China Morning Post
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Chesterton Petty

Demand boosts industrial sector

Rentals for prime industrial properties are expected to rise this year, according to property consultant Chesterton Petty.

Wednesday, 31 January, 2001, 12:00am

Start-ups drive up office rents

The office leasing market became more active in the first quarter, with high demand coming from information technology (IT) start-ups, according to Chesterton Petty.

The property consultants said Grade A office rents in core areas shot up more than 15 per cent. They expect another 5 per cent rise in this quarter.

22 Apr 2000 - 12:00am

Luxury prices to stabilise in second half

The luxury residential market is set for further consolidation in the short term but may stabilise later this year, says Chesterton Petty.

The company said in a report that economic uncertainties might continue to hound the property and stock markets in the short term, but the negative impact was not expected to be as severe as before.

29 Apr 1998 - 12:00am

Red-faced agents go for privacy

WITH the market for commercial property looking thoroughly anaemic these days, property agents seem to be losing one of their best loved methods of promoting themselves.

19 Jun 1994 - 12:00am