K Wah International
K Wah International Holdings invests in and develops real estate in Hong Kong, China, and Southeast Asia. It owns a controlling stake in K Wah Construction Materials, which sells and distributes concrete pipes and aggregates; and makes and distributes ready-mixed concrete and precast concrete products.
K Wah International has triggered a government auction of two Tai Po residential sites barely two months after being outbid for land it had also triggered for sale.Saturday, 27 January, 2007, 12:00am
K Wah International, a mid-tier developer run by gaming tycoon Lui Che-woo, expects to book about HK$2 billion of revenue from sales of units in two residential projects this year.26 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
Lands Tribunal gives go-ahead for forced sale of Hang Hin Mansion flats
K Wah International, a mid-tier developer run by gaming tycoon Lui Che-woo (right), has won government approval to force the remaining owners of flats at Hang Hin Mansion in Mid-Levels East to sell their units.5 Jan 2007 - 12:00am
Speculation mounts on what K Wah will develop at the location of a 100-year-old pawn shop at Johnston Road
The guessing game among Wan Chai residents about the future of a 100-year-old pawn shop and several pre-war houses is heating up, with speculation the historic site could become a resident club, a museum or even a theme restaurant.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm
Developer sells 50 per cent stake in Guangzhou project for 320 million yuan
K Wah International Holdings has sold half of a development project in Guangzhou to China Vanke for 320.6 million yuan, hoping that the Shenzhen-listed partner will help it expand in China.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm
A reduction in exceptional items helped property developer and investor K Wah International Holdings climb out of the red, posting attributable profits of $33.49 million for the year to March 31.
Operating profits narrowed to $186.42 million from $213.02 million but exceptional losses were $44.08 million, compared with $346.33 million in the 12 months to March 31, last year.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm
Concrete-pipe maker K Wah Construction Materials proposes to issue new shares at a hefty premium to the market price to redeem a premature $306 million convertible note from ultimate parent K Wah International Holdings. The note, to expire in 2002, will be redeemed via a combination of new K Wah Construction shares worth $74.8 million and $231.2 million in cash.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm
K Wah International Holdings plans to redevelop a residential-commercial building in Happy Valley at a cost of $200 million, according to chairman Lui Che-woo.
The cost includes the $130 million the company paid for the property last October.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm
A $346.33 million write-down on its property portfolio has resulted in an attributable loss at property and construction group K Wah International Holdings in the year to March - in contrast to the previous year's earnings.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm
K Wah International Holdings has criticised the Government's freeze on land sales, saying it will provoke a manipulation of housing supply dominated by a few big developers.
An official said the suspension of land sales until next April did not mean a halt in land supply.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm
K WAH International Holdings has boosted its land portfolio with the $267 million purchase of a string of sites in Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan.
The properties have a combined site area of about 2,812 square feet and will be redeveloped into an office building.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm
K WAH International Holdings' 90 per cent controlled Victory Way is investing $200 million in a joint venture with Hua Xian Xinhua Real Estates Development Company.7 May 2015 - 5:25pm