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灣仔全豐樓95%業權意向7.4億


市區物業有價有市,部分業主亦趁勢放售。灣仔莊士敦道全豐樓一籃子商住物業,該項目全幢約95%業權,以意向價7.4億放售。

有代理表示,上述放售物業為灣仔莊士敦道188至192號地下3個鋪位連閣樓及41伙住宅,佔全幢約95%業權份數,總樓面約21560方呎,意向價約7.4億,平均呎價約34323元,以現狀及連現有租約出售。

三個鋪位連41個住宅

該代理表示,項目地盤面積約3181方呎,地皮規劃為其他指定用途 (混合用途) 用途,混合用途限制少,無論是重建為銀座式商廈或住宅都將享有可觀回報,項目重建成非住用建築物的話最高地積比率為15倍。

灣仔多重建項目

該代理續稱,灣仔作為港島北商業核心區,區內亦有不少重建項目進行得如火如荼,當中規模最大屬合和中心2期及搬遷3座政府大樓及港灣消防局用地作重建。土地審裁處新近也接獲灣仔交加街2至8號雙號舊樓強拍申請,反映其他發展商亦看中灣仔發展前景亮麗,正積極加快收購重建步伐。該代理指,今番放售物業位處興旺地段,加上所佔業權份數高,強拍阻力少;地盤規模合適,重建價值大大提高,料將備受發展商及投資者垂青。

(星島日報)

 

富臨中心相連戶4778萬成交

商廈有價有市,再錄大手成交。由億京、信置及資本策略合作發展的九龍灣富臨中心相連單位以約4778萬成交,呎價約1.53萬;據發展商指出,該大手買家購入作自用用途。

市場消息指 ,九龍灣富臨中心B座中層C室,面積約1535方呎,以2356.225萬售出,呎價約15350元;另一成交為該項目同層毗鄰單位,面積1578方呎,以約2422.23萬售出,呎價約15350元;發展商指,上述兩成交買家為同一組買家,購入作自用用途。

買家購入自用

項目早前推出「先用後付」付款辦法,於簽署正式合約支付樓價10%後,可取得鎖匙使用單位,並於臨約後的60天及150再付樓價5%,成交期最長24個月,屆時付餘款80%,此付款方法可照定價九二折。

至於工廈項目方面,由麒豐資本與傅老榕家族旗下廣興置業集團合作發展的新蒲崗工廈東傲,該項目於昨日再錄成交,為中層06室,面積約3366方呎,以約3385.8萬售出,呎價約10059元。

東傲呎價10059元售

資料顯示,該廈2206室標準單位,面積約923方呎,早前以約1098.37萬售出,呎價約11900元,創項目呎價新高,亦為同區工廈呎價新高。

火炭華衛五個月升值32%

工廈錄短炒獲利個案。代理表示,火炭坳背灣街38至40號華衛工貿中心單位,面積約2037方呎,以792萬成交,呎價約3888元,原業主於今年7月以600萬購入,持貨僅5個月帳面獲利192萬,物業期間升值約32%。

(星島日報)

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馬亞木7800萬沽深水埗商住樓 建華集團承接 今年暫購八項物業

本港疫情走勢平穩,帶動市場氣氛持續改善,工商鋪再錄大手成交。消息指,由「小巴大王」馬亞木持有的深水埗長發街全幢商住樓以7800萬易手,買家為建華集團相關人士,該集團於今年以來購入8項工商物業,合共涉資逾6億。

消息人士透露,「小巴大王」馬亞木持有的深水埗長發街20號全幢商住樓,總樓面約4000方呎,以約7800萬易手,呎價約1.95萬,買家為建華集團相關人士,原業主於2005年以1800萬購入,持貨16年帳面獲利約6000萬,物業期間升值約3.3倍。

平均呎價1.95

據業內人士指出,上述項目位處長發街與順寧道大單邊,人流量相當不俗,成交價屬市價水平,該地段為民生街市地段,料買家購入有機會作自用用途,並指因疫市下街市業營運穩定,同類鋪位亦備受追捧。

有代理評論指,上述鋪位成交價屬合理水平,建華集團於過去半年間於市場上相當活躍,於各區頻頻洽購鋪位,事實上,自從疫情於去年初爆發,食材及超市等行業可謂獨領風騷,故營運商均積極擴充,部分資金較雄厚者更可大舉入市購入物業作自用用途。

位處順寧道單邊

事實上,建華集團近期頻頻入市,知情人士透露,由龍湖及合景泰富合作發展的啟德尚.珒溋地下及一樓巨鋪早前售出,成交價為2.85億,該買家亦為建華集團。

斥2.85億購尚.珒溋鋪

資料顯示,建華集團於今年以來購入8項工商鋪物業,合共涉資逾6億,其中,該集團於上月以7600萬購入荔枝角美孚新邨1期百老匯街12A號地鋪,呎價約7.6萬,上址由菜檔租用,月租20萬,租金回報率約3.1厘。

另外,該集團早前亦以2500萬購入灣仔石水渠街14至24號金勝大廈地鋪;至於工廈項目方面,該集團於今年5月以4600萬購入大埔太平工業園A座6樓全層,以面積13972方呎計,呎價3292元。

(星島日報)

 

中信泰富大坑道地 批建2幢豪宅

恒地土瓜灣道舊樓獲批則 重建商住大廈

近年賣地項目陸續批出建築圖則,其中中信泰富投得的大坑道住宅地,剛獲興建2幢豪宅,樓面約12.9萬平方呎。另外,恒地 (00012) 收購的土瓜灣道舊樓項目亦獲批重建。

屋宇署昨公布,10月份批出13份建築圖則,包括8項住宅及商住發展、1項商業發展,其餘則為工業或社區設施。

在住宅項目之中,中信泰富在2019年底以32億元奪得的渣甸山大坑道135號項目,獲批興建兩幢20層高的分層住宅大廈,另設2層地庫,總樓面約12.9萬平方呎。

該地由中信股份 (00267) 旗下中信泰富以每呎24,836元投得,據中信泰富早前透露,該項目將會打造成地標式豪宅,擁有背山面海的優點,物業坐落於供應稀缺的渣甸山地段,可望維港景色。

10月批出13份建築圖則

另外,積極收購舊樓作重建的恒地,其土瓜灣道68A至76B號、落山道58至76號及下鄉道14至20號亦批出建築圖則,項目獲准建成27層高商住大廈 (另設3層平台及2層地庫),總樓面約38.2萬平方呎,除了31.9萬平方呎的住宅樓面外,還有6萬多平方呎的商舖,粗略估算,可興建600至800個中小型單位。

同時,長沙灣、深水埗一帶亦有不少舊樓展開重建,未來將會有不少單幢新盤推出。其中萬科香港收購的醫局街221至233號,獲准重建成20層高商住大廈,總樓面約6.3萬平方呎:而同區由中小型發展商新暉投資早前透過強拍統一業權的醫局街134至142A號,亦獲准重建24層高商住大廈,總樓面約5.6萬平方呎。

此外,鷹君 (00041) 在今年3月接手原本由高銀金融主席潘蘇通發展的何文田站1期後,再向屋宇署申請就圖則作重大修訂,將原本5幢24至25層住宅大廈,另設2幢1層高的會所設計,改為5幢劃一25層高住宅,同樣設2幢會所,另外設一條有蓋行人天橋,總樓面略為增加3千平方呎至74.3萬平方呎。

(經濟日報)

 

New Yuen Long batch costs upward of $7.4m

The Yoho Hub atop Yuen Long MTR Station has released the third price list which includes 109 flats with a discounted minimum price of HK$7.47 million.

Covering units from 325 sq ft to 1,036 sq ft, this batch with an average price per sq ft of HK$21,799 after discounts, is 3.7 percent costlier than the second one.

The first round of sales, which involves 325 units, will take place on Sunday, Boxing Day, said the developer Sun Hung Kai Properties (0016).

Meanwhile, also in the primary market, Soyo, a new residential project at 63 Soy Street in Mongkok, unveiled the first price list of 70 studio flats at an average price of HK$24,179 per square foot after discounts.

The nano flats, which range from 152 sq ft to 228 sq ft, are priced from HK$3.39 million to HK$5.96 million after discounts.

Co-developed by Excel Billion Group and Chun Wo Development, the project provides a total of 120 studio flats.

In Kai Tak, Monaco Marine, the second phase of Wheelock Properties' Monaco One project, is expected to launch in January at the earliest, the developer said.

The project will provide a total of 559 flats, including standard units with areas from 320 sq ft to 710 sq ft and penthouses from 1,500 sq ft to 1,700 sq ft, said managing director Ricky Wong Kwong-yiu, who added that the new project may be 10 percent costlier than Monaco One because of better views and direction it offers.

Wong said Wheelock sold more than 1,110 flats in its three Kai Tak projects launched this year and cashed in about HK$13.6 billion, of which Monaco One contributed more than HK$5 billion with 488 flats sold at an average price of HK$25,100 per sq ft.

(The Standard)

 

Hong Kong’s office fit-out costs to increase next year as businesses regain confidence after recovering from Covid-19 pandemic

The average cost of fitting out an office in Hong Kong jumped 9 per cent this year compared with last year

Hong Kong ranked ninth in office fit-out costs in Asia-Pacific this year, while Tokyo topped the list

The average cost of fitting out an office in Hong Kong has rebounded to pre-Covid-19 levels and is expected to increase further next year because of rising business confidence as the city overcomes its worst economic recession, according to property consultancy.

The cost of designing and building workspaces jumped 9 per cent to HK$935 (US$120) per square foot this year after dropping in 2020, the real estate consultancy said in its Asia-Pacific fit-out cost guide for 2021-22. No projections were provided for next year.

“The market has recovered and resumed to normal as the pandemic is contained and companies’ confidence towards the business outlook has increased,” a property consultant said. “This has supported contractor pricing.”

Among Asia-Pacific markets, Hong Kong ranked ninth in office fit-out costs, the same as last year. Tokyo was the most expensive at HK$1,381 per sq ft, while Ahmedabad in India was the cheapest at HK$484 per sq ft.

Fit-out costs across the region rose 10.8 per cent year on year, mainly as a result of the impact of the pandemic, which led to supply chain disruptions, labour shortages and increased costs for raw materials, according to the report.

Looking ahead, the consultancy predicts costs will continue to increase, especially in cities that rely heavily on foreign labour and imported materials.

“Given the continued restrictions around the deployment of labour and having to seek alternative and potentially more expensive materials, there remains a high possibility that price increases will sustain across the region,” another property consultant said.

In Hong Kong, costs are expected to be driven by the continued mitigation of the pandemic, and a further boost to the economy from the easing of Covid-19 measures and recovery in global trade.

Additionally, surveys show Hong Kong workers can expect higher salary increases next year, which are likely apply to labour costs and thus push up the cost of office construction and renovation.

Despite the predicted increase in expenses, office design and building remain on companies agenda next year, according to the property consultancy.

The top three areas corporate leaders have earmarked for investment in 2022 were technology and audio-visual tools, mechanical and electrical facilities, and sustainability features, such as rooftop gardens, indoor greenery and water conservation.

“Building an office in a sustainable and responsible way creates upfront value for companies,” the consultant said. “Not only can they decrease operational costs by driving energy efficiency, but they can create a more productive and conducive work environment to win in the war for talent.”

(The Standard)