Hang Lung Properties, formerly Amoy Properties and part of the Hang Lung Group, is a headquartered in Hong Kong and a constituent stock in the blue chip Hang Seng Index. Hang Lung Properties Ltd was incorporated in 1949 and was taken over by Hang Lung Group in 1980. It became the property investment arm of Hang Lung Group Ltd after the group re-organisation in 1987. The company is led by Ronnie Chan.
The response yesterday to Hang Lung's release of 40 units at its Long Beach project was so strong that the developer has decided to increase the size of the launch to 80 and adopt a ballot rather than its announced "first come, first served" policy.Monday, 28 October, 2013, 6:12am
In the face of slowing growth worldwide, the mainland's economic prospects in the next five to 10 years were still good, Chan said after the annual general meetings of Hang Lung Properties and its parent firm Hang Lung Group.19 Apr 2013 - 4:05am
Ronnie Chan Chichung has been waxing lyrical about the virtues of Hang Lung Properties. In his chairman's letter to shareholders, he discusses the question of guanxi and how the company does business on the mainland.21 Mar 2013 - 5:20am 1 comment
Last year, Hang Lung sold just 117 units - nine at the Harbourside in West Kowloon and 108 at the Long Beach in Tai Kok Tsui - at average prices of HK$32,100 and HK$10,600 per square foot, respectively.1 Feb 2013 - 5:31am
After leaving them empty for five years, Hang Lung Properties yesterday priced 10 flats at its AquaMarine development in Cheung Sha Wan about 15 per cent higher than current secondary transactions in nearby developments.24 Jan 2013 - 4:58am
The chairman of Hang Lung Properties came to the defence of his ally Leung Chun-ying's housing policies yesterday, calling on the public to show patience.24 Jan 2013 - 4:08am
With marriage registries booked to capacity, property managers were not slow to jump on the bandwagon on this week's auspicious triple-12 date.14 Dec 2012 - 3:14am
Le Saunda sees 17pc jump in sales12 Dec 2012 - 2:58am
Insurance giant AIA Group is buying Stanhope House in Quarry Bay from Hang Lung Properties for HK$2.4 billion.
With a floor area of 299,615 square feet, the price tag translates into HK$8,003 per square foot.
AIA would use the premises for its "own office usage and investment purposes", the company said in a statement.20 Oct 2012 - 3:14am
Hang Lung Properties, which has HK$65.89 billion in investment on the mainland, is finding local governments more willing to sell land, chairman Ronnie Chan Chichung said.20 Sep 2012 - 10:37am