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灣仔全層商廈4935萬易手


宏基資本旗下灣仔商廈項目 Novo Jaffe 高層全層,為連平台特色戶,以約4935萬售出,買家為新世界鄭氏家族人士,購入自用。

市場消息指出,由宏基資本發展的灣仔謝斐道218號商廈 Novo Jaffe 28樓,建築面積2243方呎,以4935萬成交,平均呎價22002元,買家為新世界鄭氏家族相關人士。

新世界鄭氏家族成員承接

據代理指出,上址為連平台特色戶,外望海景,該廈僅設4層同類物業,買家購入自用;本報昨日就上述消息向新世界作出查詢,惟於截稿前未獲回覆。該商廈亦錄另一宗成交,為27樓全層,建築約2243方呎,以約5079.9萬售出,呎價約22648元。

中環順安商業大廈低層9B室,建築面積約750方呎,以約1485萬售出,呎價約1.98萬;另外,尖沙嘴永安廣場中層6室,建築約1382方呎,以約1768.96萬售出,呎價約1.28萬。

(星島日報)

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鴨脷洲地盤擴大規模 宏安6100萬收購商廈

宏安地產在疫市下仍積極併購舊樓,繼早前最新購入香港仔鴨脷洲大街一幢舊樓住宅及部分地鋪,最新購入該廈1樓全層,物業屬商業契,涉資6100萬。

宏安地產加快收樓步伐,最新購入鴨脷洲大街128號順利大廈1樓1至4室,作價6100萬。該物業原業主為中華基督教禮賢會,於1982年以約228萬購入,持貨40年帳面勁賺5872萬,物業升值逾26倍。宏安亦於今年4月,購入該廈14個住宅及3個地鋪,涉資逾1.64億,至今合共以2.24億收購該廈業權。順利大廈位處鴨脷洲大街128及130號,事實上,宏安地產目前持有鴨脷洲大街120、122、124及126號,隨着收購該廈,將進一步拓大地盤規模。

區內坐擁多個項目

宏安早前接連為鴨脷洲大街的舊樓申請強拍,分別位於鴨脷洲大街17至19號海德樓,和鴨脷洲大街21至23號與平瀾街5B號花洲大樓,還有鴨脷洲新市街37至39號南德大樓,宏安已持有3項目介乎83.33%至94.74%業權。發展商曾表示,上述3項目將會一併重建,合共組成面積近7000方呎地盤,若以地積比率9倍計,項目可重建樓面約6.3萬方呎。

鴨脷洲在鐵路通車及「躍動港島南」計畫推動下,發展商紛於區內「插旗」興建地標,區內舊樓掀起收購潮,除了宏安之外,樂風集團亦夥拍新加坡的房地產私募股權投資公司SC Capital Partners,收購平瀾街2至4A號和好景街26至28號的大部分業權,以作住宅項目重建;該地盤面積約4000方呎,可建總樓面約35000方呎,總收購價約4.18億,每方呎樓面地價約11943元。該公司計畫重建為港島南區的標誌性建築,屆時所有住戶均可享香港仔海峽和海濱長廊景觀。

發展商紛進駐插旗

莊士中國更早於2019年斥資4.55億收購鴨脷洲大街26至32號舊樓,地盤面積約4320方呎,早年亦獲批建一幢樓高27層的商住物業,涉及住宅樓面約35787方呎,整個項目可建總樓面約39767方呎。不少發展商或財團併購鴨脷洲大街一帶舊樓,如恒基早年已於區內插旗,其中鴨脷洲大街71號已發展為精品式住宅逸南。

(星島日報)

 

資本中心單位叫價2030萬

有代理表示,灣仔資本中心13樓09室,面積約967方呎,業主意向售價約2030萬元,呎價約2.1萬元。

該行指出,單位間隔四正實用,擁城市景觀,另配備全辦公室裝修,加上是次為交吉交易,買家可即買即用,非常方便。大廈配備8部載客電梯及1部載貨電梯,方便用戶上落。

(信報)

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以轉讓形式放售 Jessville估值20億

由前首席大法官楊鐵樑岳父譚雅士家族持有的薄扶林豪宅項目Jessville,正由代理行以公司轉讓形式推出市場放售,市場估值逾20億元,該項目正招收意向書,7月22日截止。

薄扶林豪宅項目 7.22截意向

該項目位於薄扶林道128號,包括樓齡達91年、經保育和活化的三級歷史建築Jessville Manor,以及2019年建成的分層住宅大樓Jessville Tower,總實用面積約3.9萬方呎。

Jessville Tower樓高14層,提供28個單位,3房和4房間隔,單位實用面積1358方呎及1431方呎,據悉,該大樓去年推出招租,約一半單位獲承租,集中低層戶,月租約7萬至8萬元,是次以連租約方式發售。至於Jessville Manor已改建成提供4個特色單位的大宅,將以交吉形式易手。

負責該項目放售事宜的代理表示,有興趣的財團等須於7月22日下午5時正或之前將已簽妥的意向書正本 (以正式合約為準),遞交到萊坊位於灣仔的辦公室。

有代理表示,Jessville Manor屬三級歷史建築,在市場上十分罕有,而Jessville Tower所有單位都可以享受開揚的山景和海景,私密度很高,有見港島區新建豪宅項目供應非常短缺,該項目具潛力可拆售,勢吸引發展商和投資者等垂青,預計市場反應正面。

(信報)

 

外資代理行看好新甲廈 吸引租客搬遷

甲廈租務市場稍為轉好,有外資代理行認為,由於整體甲廈租金有所調整,故相信下半年租務活動加快,而新落成甲廈可吸引機構搬遷。

據該代統計最新甲廈空置率,整體空置數字仍偏高,核心區中環及金鐘區,空置率高見9.4%,而非核心區東九龍亦升至15%,整體甲廈空置率達11%,為近10多年新高。

該行代理認為,甲廈新需求仍較為疲弱,「未通關情況下,中資機構未能來港,跨國企業則普遍縮減樓面,加上今年甲廈新供應多,相信年尾空置率再升,達12至13%,為近10多年新高。」

該代理指出,今年首季受第5波疫情衝擊,導致睇樓活動大減,近兩個月疫情緩和,租務活動有所加快,「情況類似去年第4波疫情完結,租務即加快。近日業主亦主動聯絡準租客,相信機構加快租務決定,料下半年租務宗數勢將上升。」

倘通關 中環尖沙咀率先反彈

新需求上,該代理指近年租金下跌,主要因空置率上升,特別是空置樓面較多地區。該代理相信,若中港通關,核心地段會受捧,「中資機構喜歡中環及尖沙咀,故若通關,核心地段租務及租金,會率先反彈。」

近日港島甲廈錄得一宗大手租務,涉及今年即將落成的鰂魚涌太古坊二座合共6層樓面,涉及逾13萬平方呎。按面積計,為疫情後港島區最大手甲廈租務成交個案。新租客為中信銀行 (國際),屬同區搬遷。

疫情下 共享空間辦公需求增

該代理分析,在整體甲廈租金下跌,可吸引租客搬遷,「現時租客搬遷普遍縮減樓面,因疫情影響,在家工作等靈活辦公概念興起,機構減少新租樓面。但並不代表減開支,現時很多租客會趁機租用新落成甲廈,作提升級數,或由工廈搬至商廈,令搬遷同時提升辦公室質素。在租金調整後,新落成甲廈有優勢。樓齡老化的商廈,未來有需要進行翻新。」

近1年共享空間辦公室錄不少新租個案,她認為,疫情令靈活辦公更受捧,而大業主旗下有共享空間租客更有利,「疫情期間,不少公司採在家工作策略,員工未能返回辦公室工作,個別寧短租共享空間辦公桌使用,故疫情下需求上升。同時間,共享空間適合公司短租數月,可省裝修費。甚至當租客希望作短暫擴充,成立特別項目小組,但不想租用新樓面,便可於同廈的共享空間辦公室短租數月,故相信共享空間仍有擴充潛力。」

(經濟日報)

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啟德配套齊 商業前景佳

租務活動勢增加,地區上,有外資代理行代理指,啟德配套全面,加上有大型商業項目,非常睇好該區前景。

對於下半年租務較活躍地區,該代理相信,港島區方面,較睇好鰂魚涌及銅鑼灣兩區,「鰂魚涌因有大型項目落成,而銅鑼灣租金已有調整,商廈質素亦頗新。」

九龍區方面,該代理指特別睇好啟德區。事實上,今年南豐旗下 AIRSIDE 將入伙,項目涉及200萬平方呎,投資額高達320億元。

AIRSIDE 將入伙 涉200萬呎

該代理認為,過去數年啟德住宅概念較重,「其實啟德是一個非常全面地區,有商業、住宅,又有大型運動場,日後若發展地下街等,該區前景更佳。最近港鐵東鐵綫過海段通車,交通更為方便,而 AIRSIDE 提供商場及商廈各100萬平方呎樓面,是地標項目,絕對值得留意。

(經濟日報)

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觀塘禧年均輝申建商廈 今闖關

均輝集團持有的觀塘大業街1號禧年大廈、偉業街111號均輝中心,早前申請合併重建成30層高商廈,獲規劃署不反對「放行」,有望今天於城規會獲批。

據規劃署指,兩幢工廈均在1980年建成,其中偉業街111號曾經在2018年全幢改裝成寫字樓,雖然發展局認為已活化的工廈並不是「活化工廈2.0」的目標,但考慮到放寬地積比率,可增加更多商廈供應;而起動九龍東辦事處則指重建符合九龍東轉型核心商業區的方向。

禧年大廈及均輝中心共佔地9,978平方呎,申請項目地積比率由12倍增加20%至14.4倍,擬建1座30層高商廈,樓面約14.4萬平方呎,當中禧年大廈原由興勝創建 (00896) 持有,曾申請重建酒店,去年由均輝6.28億元購入後便計劃將兩物業合併發展。

(經濟日報)

 

連鎖飲食35萬 租莊士敦道兩層舖

上手體育品牌70萬租用 租金跌半

疫後仍以餐飲擴充為主,灣仔莊士敦道兩層合共約7,500呎舖位,獲連鎖飲食集團以約35萬租用,開設牛肉麵及日式餐飲等。該舖曾為體育品牌以70萬租用,租金跌一半。

消息稱,由灣仔莊士敦道74至80號地下及1樓巨舖租出,物業面積合共約7,517平方呎,以每月約35萬元租出。該舖正對修頓球場,鄰近利東街商場,故平日人流頗旺。據悉,新租客為連鎖餐飲集團Cafe Deco Group,由於舖位面積甚大,故集團將開設多間餐廳,包括台灣「段純貞牛肉麵」、台式飲品店以及一間日式餐廳。

疫情緩和 餐飲積極擴充

翻查資料,該舖對上租客為運動服裝品牌Under Armour,早年以約70萬元承租舖位,早前遷出,如今換上餐飲,租金跌約一半。疫情緩和後,餐飲擴充相對積極,趁核心區一綫地段租金回調,搶佔地舖。

近日灣仔莊士敦道錄得舖位租務,多屬餐飲相關,如莊士敦道20至26號地下02號舖,面積約4,773平方呎,以每月約28萬元租出,新租客為茶餐廳。物業前租客月租約35萬元,新租金較前租金下跌約兩成。

另有代理表示,深水埗桂林街127號地下A2、A3及A4號舖位,面積約367平方呎,意向價約7,350萬元,三個舖位合共租金約17.3萬元,回報率約2.8厘。

(經濟日報)

 

Nomura Securities Said to Surrender Floor at Hong Kong’s Two IFC

Japan’s Nomura Securities is surrendering an entire floor in Hong Kong’s second-tallest office tower, having terminated its lease for the 26th floor at Two International Finance Centre last month, according to local media accounts.

After handing back the 23,076 square foot (2,143 square metre) floor, Nomura is retaining about half the space it had initially taken up when it leased close to six floors in the tower three years ago, analyst said.

The securities brokerage firm is scaling down its Hong Kong office space amid the city’s economic slowdown, with the stock exchange having helped just 17 companies raise a combined HK$14.9 billion ($1.8 billion) in IPO proceeds over the first quarter – about 89 percent less than during the same period last year, according to a reporting by S&P Global citing stock exchange data.

As Nomura shrinks its footprint, financial services firm Jefferies Hong Kong is said to be taking over the 26th floor of Two International Finance Centre, as it shifts from its long-time home just over a kilometre (0.62 miles) away on the 22nd floor of CK Asset’s Cheung Kong Center in Central. In April, Jefferies had also agreed to lease units 10 to 12 on the building’s 27th floor – which Nomura had given up in 2020, according to local media reports.

Exits and Upgrades

With Nomura’s latest hand-back taking place about two years after it surrendered 56,000 square feet (5,202 square metres) of space at Two International Finance Centre, the firm’s downsizing this year means that since 2019 the firm has given up about 56 percent of what had once been a 140,000 square foot presence in Two International Finance Centre.

Before giving up the 26th floor, the Japanese brokerage firm was paying a monthly rent of about HK$3 million for the space, or around HK$130 per square foot per month, local media reported.

Current rents at Two International Finance Centre, which was jointly developed by Hong Kong’s Sun Hung Kai Properties, Henderson Land and utility provider Towngas, average around HK$120 to HK$130 per square foot per month, according to market sources.

Although these rental rates represent the highest in Central, the cost to occupy space in the 88-storey tower has fallen by 25 percent since the first quarter of 2019, analyst said, with average rents in Greater Central in the first quarter of this year down about 30 percent from the same period in 2019 to an average of HK$97.80 per square foot per month.

Rents at Cheung Kong Center, which average HK$110 per square foot per month, are only slightly lower than Two International Finance Centre, said analysts who spoke with Mingtiandi. However, the tower’s waterfront location, access to the city’s Central and Hong Kong MTR stations, and its connection to the IFC mall – which is part of the same commercial complex – could be reason enough for companies like Jefferies to shift to the iconic complex, analyst said.

Last month, Central district’s biggest landlord Hongkong Land welcomed a former tenant back to its office portfolio after 15 years, announcing that global law firm White & Case had taken up three floors at York House, the developer’s Grade A office tower at 15 Queen’s Road. The move followed a 2.5 percent year-on-year decline in average rents at the developer’s Hong Kong office portfolio to HK$117 per square foot per month in 2021, according to Hongkong Land’s latest annual report.

High Vacancy

Nomura’s remaining tenancy in the Two International Finance Centre, which is currently 97.5 percent occupied, spans floors 30 to 32, and will expire in December of 2023.

Its lease surrender at Two International Finance Centre last month paralleled a slight increase in Central district’s vacancy rate, which in April edged up 0.1 percentage points from the preceding month to 7.4 percent, according to a property agency’s report.

News of Nomura’s downsizing comes as firms continue to scale back their footprints in the city. Since the second half of 2020, multinational banks in Hong Kong have downsized their offices by at least 312,000 square feet, including Deutsche Bank giving back 104,000 square foot at SHKP’s ICC in West Kowloon, according to an another report published by another agency in April.

“Many financial services firms are adopting flexible working practices as a more permanent way of working and are typically downsizing on lease expiry,” the agency said.

About 11 million square feet of new Grade A office supply is scheduled to be added to the Hong Kong market between 2022 and 2025 with minimal pre-commitments from occupiers, according to the property agency. This surge of new space could result in 17.2 million square feet of office supply over the next four years, with the agency predicting that vacancy could rise as high as 17.7 percent.

(Mingtiandi)

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