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We see a great potential in the development of a new “Central2”, as we expect the sale of the largest commercial site atop the West Kowloon Express Rail Terminal in 2019/20, transforming Tsim Sha Tsui into the second Central of Hong Kong.
Knight Frank has published its third “Chinese Outbound Real Estate Investment report: Changing Currents, Rising Tides”.
Knight Frank launches the “NEXT STOP: North Bund” Report which explores future development opportunities and prospects by analysing the existing and future tenant profiles, office rents and prices, and competitive advantages and strategic positioning of the area over other emerging business district
The Outlook To For Real Estate In 15 Leading Business Centres To 2019.
There has been tremendous surge of Chinese outward investment in overseas real estate in recent years. From 2009 to 2014, the total value of Chinese overseas investment volume has skyrocketed from US$0.6 billion to hit an estimated US$15 billion.
The first half of 2014 saw Knight Frank’s Prime Asia Development Land Index advance 4.9% and 2.9% for office and residential sites respectively. This represents a loss in momentum when compared to the 9.8% and 7.7% respective growth rates in H1 2013.
The office sales market remained robust in April. With limited Grade-A offices available for sale, demand spilled over into the Grade-B market.