Skyscrapers and office buildings in the City of London. Chinese investors seized the opportunity to acquire prime commercial property in the city amid the Brexit vote turmoil and the subsequent devaluation of the pound. Photo: AP

Hong Kong developer Wing Tai part of joint venture acquiring US$591 million building in Central London

  • London offices remain good value with prime yields running at 4.25 per cent this year, according to Knight Frank
  • Mainland Chinese and Hong Kong buyers made up 39 per cent of Central London’s office deals by foreign buyers last year
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Skyscrapers and office buildings in the City of London. Chinese investors seized the opportunity to acquire prime commercial property in the city amid the Brexit vote turmoil and the subsequent devaluation of the pound. Photo: AP
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