A Cathay Pacific cargo plane lands at Hong Kong International Airport on March 9. The airport is a leader in the handling of perishable cargo, underpinning the strong performance of the city’s logistics real estate sector. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
A Cathay Pacific cargo plane lands at Hong Kong International Airport on March 9. The airport is a leader in the handling of perishable cargo, underpinning the strong performance of the city’s logistics real estate sector. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
Nicholas Spiro
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Nicholas Spiro

Why Hong Kong’s industrial real estate is going from strength to strength

  • Hong Kong’s industrial assets have supplanted offices as a dominant sector and also provide a rare bright spot for Asia’s commercial property market
  • A scarcity of quality industrial space and Hong Kong’s status as a logistics hub add to the appeal

A Cathay Pacific cargo plane lands at Hong Kong International Airport on March 9. The airport is a leader in the handling of perishable cargo, underpinning the strong performance of the city’s logistics real estate sector. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
A Cathay Pacific cargo plane lands at Hong Kong International Airport on March 9. The airport is a leader in the handling of perishable cargo, underpinning the strong performance of the city’s logistics real estate sector. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
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