Hong Kong landlords will have to prepare to meet the needs of the next generation of tenants either by refitting existing buildings or through new construction. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
Hong Kong landlords will have to prepare to meet the needs of the next generation of tenants either by refitting existing buildings or through new construction. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
Alex Barnes
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Alex Barnes

Hong Kong’s evolving economy can help owners and occupiers maximise real estate value, but timing is key

  • Hong Kong is likely to evolve into a North-South commercial corridor with two anchor cores – the Northern Metropolis and Harbour Metropolis
  • The tech sector will relocate to the proposed Northern Metropolis while financial firms will stay in Harbour Metropolis, comprising multiple business districts on Hong Kong Island and Kowloon

Hong Kong landlords will have to prepare to meet the needs of the next generation of tenants either by refitting existing buildings or through new construction. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
Hong Kong landlords will have to prepare to meet the needs of the next generation of tenants either by refitting existing buildings or through new construction. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
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