Car parking is growing in favour with investors as car ownership grows faster than parking spaces in Hong Kong. Here, cars move slowly in heavy traffic on Gloucester Road in Wan Chai on November 13, 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee

New darlings of property investors? Co-living, car parks and data centres

  • Yields of alternative investment classes potentially higher compared to traditional real estate, analyst says
  • Co-living is especially attractive to investors, as young people turn to shared living space in super expensive city
Topic |   Hong Kong property

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Car parking is growing in favour with investors as car ownership grows faster than parking spaces in Hong Kong. Here, cars move slowly in heavy traffic on Gloucester Road in Wan Chai on November 13, 2018. Photo: Dickson Lee
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