Sun Hung Kai wil develop the two combined sites adjoining the Qingsheng station of the high-speed railway in Guangzhou’s Nansha into an integrated commercial complex. Photo: SCMP Handout Sun Hung Kai wil develop the two combined sites adjoining the Qingsheng station of the high-speed railway in Guangzhou’s Nansha into an integrated commercial complex. Photo: SCMP Handout
Sun Hung Kai wil develop the two combined sites adjoining the Qingsheng station of the high-speed railway in Guangzhou’s Nansha into an integrated commercial complex. Photo: SCMP Handout

Competition heats up as Hong Kong developers take on mainland Chinese rivals to buy land next to bay area’s high-speed railway stations

  • In the next three to five years, 18 stations will be offered for tender, with potential to be developed under the so-called transport-oriented-development (TOD) model
  • Competition is becoming fierce as Hong Kong property giants join their mainland Chinese rivals in bidding for projects with TOD concepts in the bay area

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
Sun Hung Kai wil develop the two combined sites adjoining the Qingsheng station of the high-speed railway in Guangzhou’s Nansha into an integrated commercial complex. Photo: SCMP Handout Sun Hung Kai wil develop the two combined sites adjoining the Qingsheng station of the high-speed railway in Guangzhou’s Nansha into an integrated commercial complex. Photo: SCMP Handout
Sun Hung Kai wil develop the two combined sites adjoining the Qingsheng station of the high-speed railway in Guangzhou’s Nansha into an integrated commercial complex. Photo: SCMP Handout
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