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New World 200 million purchase Jun Yi Shan Shopping Mall

Hang Lung Properties (0101) earlier sold Ho Man Tin Jun Yishan mall, market sources said the project has been New World (0017) or the parties to about 200 million purchase. It is learned that the New World Chairman Cheng Kar-chun’s private investment flagship CTF acquired Victoria Education Institution in September this year, and one of the correction leased Junyi Hill Shopping Center, 1st floor, so buy the mall for their own use.

Victoria nursery 22 million ten thousand feet

The total floor area of ​​King Yat Shan Shopping Center is about 23,000 square feet to 200 million with an average price of about 8,700 yuan per square foot. Among them, supermarkets rent land for about 120,000 yuan while Victoria International (Ho Man Tin) International Kindergarten pays a monthly rent of 220,000 yuan Lease about 10,000 square feet floor, while the New World bought 23 parking spaces at the same time. Hang Lung has also been on the verge of bidding for the Cheong Sha Wan Blue Sky Shopping Center and the Tsuen Wan Bayview Shopping Center. The former involved 240,000 square feet and was sold together with 400 parking spaces with a market capitalization of about $ 2.2 billion. Bayview Mall covers an area of ​​about 60,000 square feet, market value of about 400 million yuan.

Sold out in Rooms A & B, Antai Mansion, King Lam Street

The Land Registry also revealed that Rooms A and B, 11th Floor, Antai Industrial Building, Kwan Lam Street, Cheung Sha Wan, were acquired by Yi Chun Cheung Limited for 27 million and 25.68 million respectively. Room A owners in 2012 to 9.55 million yuan purchase, cargo hold 5 years profits of 17.45 million yuan or 1.8 times, while the B room owners in 2006 to 5.2 million yuan purchase, holding 11 years of profit 20.48 million yuan or 3.9 Times

Heng Jiao Cheung Street Industrial Building to residential materials clearance

According to the documents from other cities, Regal (00012) applied for the development of Tai Chi Factory Building at 25-29 Cheung Street, Tai Kok Tsui earlier and applied to the TPB for relaxing the plot ratio and increasing the commercial floor space by 60% The number of residential units to 520 units, involving a total floor area of ​​243,000 square feet. The TPB will discuss the application this Friday. The TPB will not oppose the application in principle and it is expected that the “green light" will be passed.