Taiyuan Liang’s Yautang Bay tender tender valuation of 1.5 billion

The development of Yau Tong Bay is in full swing. The Liang family of Taiyuan Shipyard has launched a market tender for an industrial site in the region with a valuation of 1.2 billion to 1.5 billion yuan and a floor price of about 6,000 to 8,000 yuan. The pre-purchase price is 83 to over 100 times higher.

Taiyuan Shipyard Liang bought 38 years ago

The Yutangwan Redevelopment Project, which covers an area of ​​1.065 million square feet, has been planned for more than 20 years. In the same year, seven developers including Henderson Land (00012) and Wheelock Property took the lead, and the owners of the industrial parks and factories in the same district started the reconstruction plan. However, in the scope of development, there were also several industrial building owners such as Taiyuan Shipyard and Chairman of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Association, Li Xiuheng, who did not participate, and were eventually included in the period after the reconstruction plan.

The Liang family of Taiyuan Shipyard, No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4, holding the oil pond waterfront section, recently launched the industrial site for tender.

The site covers an area of ​​about 37,500 square feet and is a site on the eastern edge of the Yau Tong Wan Redevelopment Project. However, the two sides of the unilateral land-use land are jointly tendered by Savills and DTZ. After the land price is used for residential and commercial development, the maximum construction area is about 187,500 square feet, which will be closed on November 30.

The floor price is 8,000, and the purchase price is nearly 100 times.

According to market estimates, the market value of the land is about 1.2 billion to 1.5 billion yuan, and the floor price is about 6,000 to 8,000 yuan. It will be purchased by the Liang family in 1980 at 14.25 million yuan. It has been held for 38 years, up 83 times. 104 times, the increase is amazing. The property was rented in 2002, when the monthly rent was only 225,000 yuan.

As the land is located within the development of Yau Tong Bay, developers such as Henderson Land are believed to be the most interested potential buyers. It is reported that the two sides have also approached, but the price has not reached consensus.

DTZ’s director, Liang Yiye, said that new buyers can apply for limited revisions to the Town Planning Board for their approved master plan development blueprints, and there is still flexibility for independent development; First Pacific Chief Executive Zhou Dehui said that the whole seascape site It is rare and rare, and it is expected to be favored by developers.