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Store adds traditional Chinese characters to tags and brochures after complaints

Labels, advertisements and packaging bearing simplified Chinese characters at the new Hysan Place mall in Causeway Bay. Photo: May Tse

Global luxury goods chain DFS Galleria has decided to add traditional Chinese characters to its price tags and brochures - following the latest controversy over shops' use of simplified Chinese.

Thursday, 16 August, 2012, 9:23am

Hysan sees new mall as part of shopping hub

For shoppers and tourists, the opening of Hysan Place yesterday meant a new spot to relax, but for Hysan Development it marked a big step forward in its goal to create a new shopping hub in the city's busiest commercial area.

15 Aug 2012 - 11:23pm

Talking points

Our editors will be looking ahead today to these developing stories ...

Ex-development chief to report back to ICAC

15 Aug 2012 - 11:15pm

Offices still vacant but Hysan is optimistic

Hysan Development, the biggest landlord in Causeway Bay, remains confident about the outlook for the office market, despite the occupancy rate of its new Hysan Place development showing no major signs of improvement.

Hysan Place, formerly the Hennessy Centre, will open on Friday.

15 Aug 2012 - 11:07pm

New mega mall to open its doors in Causeway Bay

Hysan Development's flagship, Hysan Place in Causeway Bay, is scheduled to open next month, after a six-year build-up.

Hysan Place, formerly the Hennessy Centre, will be the largest shopping mall completed in Hong Kong this year and opens on August 10.

11 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Hysan Place driving up rents in Causeway Bay

Prime shopping district Causeway Bay is undergoing a facelift with rapid changes in retail tenants because of the upcoming launch of the Hysan Place retail and office complex.

'We're seeing more leasing deals for retail properties in Causeway Bay,' said Terence Chan Yiu-fung, Jones Lang LaSalle's local director for the retail sector.

8 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Hysan soars on retail rent

Strong growth in retail rental income helped Hysan Development's core earnings jump 14.1 per cent to HK$1.31 billion in 2011.

The largest landlord in Causeway Bay has benefited from an influx of mainland tourists, with revenue from its retail portfolio increasing 12.7 per cent to HK$789 million in 2011 from HK$700 million in 2010.

9 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Rental growth seen to drive up earnings

Annual earnings by Hong Kong property companies are expected to benefit from strong growth in office and retail rents in 2011.

'Their businesses will perform well as rents posted strong growth in 2011, particularly retail properties,' said Cusson Leung Kai-tong, equity analyst at investment bank Credit Suisse.

5 Mar 2012 - 12:00am

Causeway Bay rents set to continue upward march

Rents in Causeway Bay - the third-most expensive retail precinct in the world - look set to rise further as more big-name international brands are drawn to open for business in three new upmarket developments destined for the area.

14 Dec 2011 - 12:00am

Hysan Place wins top certification for its green design

A new commercial building at a prime site in Causeway Bay will feature large openings and sky gardens in an attempt to reduce the canyon effect it could bring.

Hysan Place, a 40-storey retail and office tower in Hennessy Road, is nearly finished and will open in the middle of next year.

8 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

Providers eye Causeway Bay

One of the Big Four has given Causeway Bay a vote of confidence on behalf of the financial world by becoming the first tenant to lease space at Hysan Place.

20 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Hysan Place rent raised after KPMG leases space

Hysan Development, the biggest landlord in Causeway Bay, has raised the asking rent for its new Hysan Place development by 7 per cent after it secured KPMG as anchor tenant.

15 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Causeway Bay move cuts rental costs for KPMG

KPMG is to relocate part of its offices to Causeway Bay, joining a growing number of companies choosing to be less Central and more cost-conscious.

Other big-ticket names to have fled Central recently as rents rose fast are Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Sun Hung Kai Financial and Deutsche Bank.

14 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

career tracker

Deric Probst-Wallace, regional account director - integrated facilities management services, Jones Lang LaSalle

20 Nov 2010 - 12:00am

City facelifts to attract bigger brands

As a magnet for wealthy mainland shoppers, Hong Kong continues to attract an influx of international brands eager to establish a presence in the city.

27 Oct 2010 - 12:00am

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