The commercial tower at 60 Gloucester Road has 27 floors and a basement, with a total gross floor area of about 95,557 square feet. The price works out to HK$16,618 per square foot.Wednesday, 12 June, 2013, 3:56am
Property investment and development company Emperor International Holdings expects rental income from its retail properties to increase by up to 20 per cent this year, despite slowing growth in retail sales in Hong Kong.21 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Emperor International Holdings has stepped up its investments in Macau with the purchase of a commercial-residential property for HK$430 million.
The company said it bought a three-storey block with a saleable area of 10,167 square feet in the city's downtown area.27 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Property developer Emperor International Holdings is seeking sites in three provincial capitals on the mainland as Beijing's macroeconomic measures improved opportunities for Hong Kong firms to acquire land.20 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
Property developer Emperor International Holdings aims to raise HK$2 billion by selling its redeveloped residential units in Mid-Levels in four years.
The company, controlled by Albert Yeung Sau-shing, has acquired all the residential units at 5-7 Ying Fai Terrace at Mid-Levels for HK$400 million and 90 per cent ownership of neighbouring 9A-H Seymour Road at HK$400 million.21 Dec 2006 - 12:00am
Share placement in pipeline to help finance office-retail development in Beijing
Emperor International Holdings today will announce a $1.5 billion office-retail development in Beijing, marking its first mainland investment, according to sources.12 Apr 2006 - 12:00am
Emperor International Holdings plunged into the red for the year to March 31 with a loss of HK$255.15 million, compared with a HK$86.75 million profit a year earlier. The loss was mainly due to revaluation deficits on investment properties and impairment losses on properties and other assets. The loss per share was 29.6 HK cents, against earnings of 12.1 HK cents a share previously.20 Jul 2002 - 12:00am
Emperor International Holdings is selling five units at South Bay Palace Tower II at an average price of HK$7,700 per square foot.
The luxury development in Island South has 19 units ranging from 1,698 sq ft to 4,236 sq ft.
Director Tony Tse Wai-chuen said the project could generate proceeds of HK$450 million if all 19 units were sold.7 Sep 2000 - 12:00am