The sunlight is reflected off the Bank of China tower located in Central, Hong Kong, as a Star Ferry crosses Victoria Harbour on July 14. Photo: Nora TamThe sunlight is reflected off the Bank of China tower located in Central, Hong Kong, as a Star Ferry crosses Victoria Harbour on July 14. Photo: Nora Tam
The sunlight is reflected off the Bank of China tower located in Central, Hong Kong, as a Star Ferry crosses Victoria Harbour on July 14. Photo: Nora Tam
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Four reasons Hong Kong’s office property market will emerge stronger from the current crisis

  • Successive shocks suffered by Hong Kong’s real estate markets are sowing the seeds of a recovery that will benefit from healthier occupier fundamentals
  • In addition, the flurry of Hong Kong share offerings of US-listed Chinese firms provides hope for the sector

The sunlight is reflected off the Bank of China tower located in Central, Hong Kong, as a Star Ferry crosses Victoria Harbour on July 14. Photo: Nora TamThe sunlight is reflected off the Bank of China tower located in Central, Hong Kong, as a Star Ferry crosses Victoria Harbour on July 14. Photo: Nora Tam
The sunlight is reflected off the Bank of China tower located in Central, Hong Kong, as a Star Ferry crosses Victoria Harbour on July 14. Photo: Nora Tam
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