Sleepy, semi-residential, semi-industrial Hung Shui Kiu, pictured, is slated to undergo a profound transformation. Photo: Roy Issa Sleepy, semi-residential, semi-industrial Hung Shui Kiu, pictured, is slated to undergo a profound transformation. Photo: Roy Issa
Sleepy, semi-residential, semi-industrial Hung Shui Kiu, pictured, is slated to undergo a profound transformation. Photo: Roy Issa
Andrew Ness
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Andrew Ness

How a population shift driven by the Greater Bay Area plan will transform Hong Kong’s commercial and residential property landscape

  • There is a growing importance for projects that leverage transport connectivity with critical areas in the bay area zone, in terms of flows of business, capital and talent, says Andrew Ness of Colliers International
  • North Lantau, where the government’s ‘aerotropolis’ initiative is centred around the airport, has already seen a spike in business activity

Sleepy, semi-residential, semi-industrial Hung Shui Kiu, pictured, is slated to undergo a profound transformation. Photo: Roy Issa Sleepy, semi-residential, semi-industrial Hung Shui Kiu, pictured, is slated to undergo a profound transformation. Photo: Roy Issa
Sleepy, semi-residential, semi-industrial Hung Shui Kiu, pictured, is slated to undergo a profound transformation. Photo: Roy Issa
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Andrew Ness

Andrew Ness

Andrew Ness is a senior consultant of strategic market intelligence at Colliers International (Hong Kong)