The Center holds the record for the most expensive office deal in the world. Market observers say investment activity in the city’s commercial property market is likely to remain quiet for the rest of the year. Photo: Nora TamThe Center holds the record for the most expensive office deal in the world. Market observers say investment activity in the city’s commercial property market is likely to remain quiet for the rest of the year. Photo: Nora Tam
The Center holds the record for the most expensive office deal in the world. Market observers say investment activity in the city’s commercial property market is likely to remain quiet for the rest of the year. Photo: Nora Tam

Investors shun commercial real estate as Hong Kong grapples with coronavirus impact, political fallout

  • Cross-border commercial property deals in Hong Kong fell to 5 per cent of total transactions in the second quarter, the lowest since 2007, according to RCA
  • Investors to focus on data centres, while avoiding retail and hospitality assets
Topic |   Hong Kong property
The Center holds the record for the most expensive office deal in the world. Market observers say investment activity in the city’s commercial property market is likely to remain quiet for the rest of the year. Photo: Nora TamThe Center holds the record for the most expensive office deal in the world. Market observers say investment activity in the city’s commercial property market is likely to remain quiet for the rest of the year. Photo: Nora Tam
The Center holds the record for the most expensive office deal in the world. Market observers say investment activity in the city’s commercial property market is likely to remain quiet for the rest of the year. Photo: Nora Tam
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