Some of Henderson’s tenants in the International Finance Centre (IFC) office towers are considering reducing the size of their offices or ending their leases. Photo: Roy Issa Some of Henderson’s tenants in the International Finance Centre (IFC) office towers are considering reducing the size of their offices or ending their leases. Photo: Roy Issa
Some of Henderson’s tenants in the International Finance Centre (IFC) office towers are considering reducing the size of their offices or ending their leases. Photo: Roy Issa

Hong Kong developers feel the pain from Covid-19, social unrest as rental incomes shrink and tenants surrender office space

  • Henderson Land said its total rental income dropped 10 per cent as a result of Covid-19
  • Hang Lung Properties warns financial results for 2020 may be adversely affected by virus outbreak

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Some of Henderson’s tenants in the International Finance Centre (IFC) office towers are considering reducing the size of their offices or ending their leases. Photo: Roy Issa Some of Henderson’s tenants in the International Finance Centre (IFC) office towers are considering reducing the size of their offices or ending their leases. Photo: Roy Issa
Some of Henderson’s tenants in the International Finance Centre (IFC) office towers are considering reducing the size of their offices or ending their leases. Photo: Roy Issa
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