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新世界荔枝角道商廈命名南商金融創新中心


新世界發展 (00017) 旗下位於長沙灣荔枝角道888號的全新甲廈正式命名為「南商金融創新中心」(NCB Innovation Centre)。

項目最高三層早前以近12億元連命名權出售予南洋商業銀行,樓面面積共涉及超過6.5萬方呎,折合呎價約1.75萬元,創同區大額成交及呎價新高紀錄,並會保留單位自用,反映銀行及金融業對區內及粵港澳大灣區前景具有信心。

項目2樓提供超過7000方呎平台花園,並以綠化園林設計為主題,提供寬闊開揚的休憩空間。項目ESG要求符合金融業的高端需要,亦切合未來企業發展趨勢。

(信報)

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甲廈租金回調 機構趁機搬遷

疫情緩和後,甲廈租務稍增,亦錄大手成交。成交個案大部分為搬遷,反映機構趁甲廈租金回調,搬遷可節省成本,或作為辦公室升級。

疫情放緩後,寫字樓租務持續向好,有外資代理行發表報告指出,社交距離措施放寬下,4月甲級寫字樓市場得以重拾動力。由於租戶需求持續增長且有新供應落成,整體甲級寫字樓市場錄得24.9萬平方呎的淨吸納量。隨着新供應落成,4月底整體市場的空置率維持在9.4%。中環空置率微升至7.4%,而東九龍空置率為12.8%,仍然為各主要分區市場中最高。

4月整體市場租金保持平穩。主要分區市場中,中環租金月內微升0.1%,尖沙咀則按月下跌0.9%,屬分區市場中最大跌幅。

中資升級辦公室 太古坊多層

港島甲廈近日錄得一宗大手租務,涉及今年即將落成的鰂魚涌太古坊新商廈。太古坊二座低層及中層各3層樓面,合共6層樓面,以每層面積約2.2萬平方呎計算,涉逾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。新租客為大型中資機構中信銀行 (國際),該集團租用本港多幢物業,包括位於太古坊的德宏大廈多層,是次搬至同屬太古地產 (01972) 旗下物業,而太古坊二座為全新甲廈,質素大幅提升,而租用樓面相若,未有擴充。

太古坊二座錄得另一宗全層成交,涉及物業中層全層逾2萬平方呎,呎租料約50元,新租客為顧問公司Boston Consulting,該公司原租太古坊一座約1萬平方呎單位,如今搬至二座。

九龍區方面,亦錄得租戶搬遷個案,涉及旺角新世紀廣場全層單位,面積約2.6萬平方呎,以每平方呎約28元租出,屬市價水平。據了解,新租客為樂聲牌Panasonic,品牌現時租用尖東華懋廣場,涉約4萬平方呎樓面,現由尖東搬至旺角,縮減逾3成樓面。另外,同廈一個約1.5萬平方呎單位,獲奶粉品牌美素佳兒租用,呎租料約28元。該租客原租用同區朗豪坊商廈,呎租逾40元,搬遷可節省部分租金開支。

分析指,疫情緩和,睇樓活動重啟,多間大型機構重新審視部署,令近期租務活動稍增。由於環球疫情衝擊經濟,令不少機構對後市仍審慎,故擴充個案不多,搬遷成交主要為機構縮減業務。另外,由於甲廈租金從高峰期回落2至3成,吸引機構趁機搬至質素較高的商廈,相信下半年租務活動將加快。

(經濟日報)

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凱龍瑞尖沙咀商廈 醫思健康入股

疫情後醫療需求上升,凱龍瑞基金旗下尖沙咀商廈重建項目,現獲醫療集團參與合作,涉資2.75億。

項目打造醫生大廈

醫思健康 (02138) 公布,向亞洲聯合基建 (00711) 及凱龍瑞集團管理旗下尖沙咀商廈業權一家合資公司認購30%股權,總額不多於2.75億元,涉及可出租樓面面積約10.3萬平方呎,主要用作醫療中心及其他臨床用途。據了解,是次涉及物業為尖沙咀金馬倫道35至37號重建商廈項目。

凱龍瑞中國香港首席執行官何震東指,是次屬香港首次基金及醫療集團合作發展項目,而物業打造成醫生大廈,更切合目前市況。他指,項目將於2024年落成,原先打算分層拆售,如今獲醫療集團注資,故日後改為把物業全幢出售。

翻查資料,凱龍瑞於2018年,斥資6.5億元購入尖沙咀金馬倫道35號87.5%,並申請強拍,其後基金再向小巴大王馬亞木購入尖沙咀金馬倫道37號全幢,涉4.48億元,呎價約1.9萬元,合併後進後重建。

(經濟日報)

 

九龍城兩舊樓招標 估值約3億

九龍城侯王道93及95號兩幢舊樓,透過代理行招標出售,該業主已併購逾4年,獲得全數完整業權,截標日期為7月8日。市場估計物業市值約3億元。

兩幢4層高物業均是於1952年落成,地下為商舖,樓上為住宅,將以交吉及現有狀況出售。該物業佔地約3,042平方呎,可以最大地積比率為9倍重建發展。根據馬頭角分區大綱圖編號S/K10/28,物業現址劃為「住宅 (甲) 2類」用途,可作住宅連商舖基座發展。

(經濟日報)

 

爪哇6.3億 奪大坑道公僕合作社

有外資代理行公布,渣甸山大坑道89至93號公務員合作社住宅地盤,全部業權悉數售出,計及補地價的總收購成本約6.27億元,每呎收購成本約2.8萬元,買家為爪哇集團 (00251) 。

物業總地盤面積為1.1萬平方呎,現狀為一幢5層高公務員合作社住宅物業,地下至4樓全屬住宅單位。物業於1959年入伙,根據地契所訂最大可重建樓面面積約為22,000平方呎,可建成6層,包括停車場。

該行代理表示,渣甸山屬傳統東半山豪宅地段,亦是名人聚居之地,在市場上放售可遇難求,因此吸引發展商的青睞。

(經濟日報)

 

衙前圍道全幢物業7380萬沽 長情業主割愛 60年升值359倍

政府放寬防疫措施帶動工商鋪交投轉活,市場再錄大手成交。消息透露,以暗盤形式放售的九龍城衙前圍道全幢商住樓,以約7380萬易手,呎價1.3萬,原業主持貨60年,帳面獲利7359萬,物業期間升值359倍。據業內人士指出,上址具合併重建價值,成交價屬合理水平。

綜合市場消息指出,九龍城衙前圍道54號全幢商住樓,地鋪及閣樓建築面積2671方呎,2樓至5樓為住宅,每層面積747方呎,項目總樓面5659方呎,以7380萬售出,平均呎價約13041元。據悉,上址原業主早於1962年以20.5萬買入,持貨60年帳面獲利7359萬,期間升值359倍。

平均呎價13041

據地產代理指出,上址地鋪位置現時由食肆以每月8.7萬租用,門面闊約20呎,租約期至今年底屆滿,以成交價計,租金回報約1.4厘。

盛滙商舖基金創辦人李根興指,上址於市場上以暗盤形式放售,並迅速獲承接,料買家為投資老手,成交呎價屬貼市價水平,該項目亦鄰近市建局重建地盤,故料買家購入冀獲收購。

有代理稱,政府於多年前已積極發展九龍城區,因區內舊樓樓齡多達五十年以上,發展潛力甚大,加上自港鐵屯馬綫開通後,令沿綫地區交通配套進一步完善,帶動人流及消費力急增,吸引發展商及投資者紛於區內「插旗」發展。

事實上,衙前圍道近期頻獲發展商「吼準」發展,資料顯示,興勝創建於去年底以1.95億購入該街道55號,以可建樓面2.43萬方呎計,每呎地價8033元。

此外,興勝創建亦於2017年初以2.4億購入鄰近的衙前圍道57A號舊樓,料作合併發展。

業界:料作合併重建

另一方面,區內市建區項目亦進行得如火如荼,市建局早前公布,開展九龍城衙前圍道及賈炳達道發展計畫,地盤面積逾39.8萬方呎,涉及3個地盤,料合共提供4350伙中小型住宅。

據悉,北面地盤位於賈炳達道公園範圍內,東面地盤則連接太子道東及打鼓嶺道休憩花園。

(星島日報)

 

霍英東家族尖沙嘴商廈逾15億轉讓予霍震宇霍麗娜等

霍英東家族繼上月轉讓山頂普樂道洋房後,旗下尖沙嘴文遜大廈全幢商廈,消息指亦以逾15.33億轉讓予霍震宇及霍麗娜等人持有的公司,而上述買賣涉及稅款約1.165億。

市場消息指出,尖沙嘴彌敦道74至78號文遜大廈,於上月初以15.33億易手,買家為霍震宇及霍麗娜等人持有的公司,據悉該物業原業主為霍震寰、霍震霆及林錫鎏等人,故是次買賣後,意味上述人士不再持有該物業。

涉及稅款達1.165

據地產代理指出,上址為霍英東家族核心物業之一,一直持有作長綫收租用途,該商廈位處尖沙嘴區核心地段,鄰近港鐵站出入口,周邊車水馬龍、人流不斷,屬各大商戶「兵家必爭之地」,上址鋪位現時由金行租用,月租180萬。

普樂道洋房3.7億轉讓

資料顯示,已故全國政協副主席霍英東名下遺產近300億,長房兄弟姊妹今年初因爭議家族公司的股份回購問題而對簿公堂,爭產案重啟後近一個月,最終達成大和解,霍家長房二房三房簽妥一份保密和解協議而令爭產案告一段落。由家族成立近七十載的霍興業堂置業有限公司,所持有的山頂普樂道二號大宅,本月初以約3.7億轉讓予長房兩姊弟霍麗娜和霍震宇,二人分別持有67%及33%業權。

(星島日報)

 

EC Healthcare building to go up in Tsim Sha Tsui

EC Healthcare (2138), backed by Adrian Cheng Chi-kong, chief executive of New World Development (0017), will spend HK$275 million forming a joint venture to raise a medical building in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Construction of the building, with an estimated lettable floor area of 103,000 square feet, is expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2024, EC Healthcare said yesterday.

EC will hold a 30 percent stake in the joint venture company, and enter into a lease for the entire building for an initial term of five years with an option to extend for a further five years. It will also have naming rights to the building.

Meanwhile, shares of NWD rose 3.8 percent after FTSE Russell reversed a decision and kept the developer as a constituent of the FTSE EPRA/Nareit Developed Asia Index.

Also, New World has named its Grade A commercial building at 888 Lai Chi Kok Road in Cheung Sha Wan the NCB Innovation Centre.

(The Standard)

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Redevelopment at Jardine's Lookout to be leased

SEA (0251) has had second thoughts on a property at 89-93 Tai Hang Road on Jardine's Lookout it acquired for HK$627 million last year.

The property comprises 15 residential units with an aggregate gross floor area of approximately 22,000 square feet.

SEA had intended to redevelop the site into a luxury residence for sale when it signed the deal last year. But it has now decided to redevelop the property into a luxury project as a long-term investment for lease, seeing that course as the most cost-effective option.

(The Standard)

 

Hong Kong real estate owners seek alternative uses for retail complexes and hotels amid tourism slump

The owners of Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard in Tsim Sha Tsui want to turn the 50-store complex into a food and beverage destination

Sun Hung Kai Properties secures Town Planning Board nod to convert its Royal View Hotel in Tsuen Wan West into a residential project

Some Hong Kong retail landlords and hotel owners are seeking to convert their properties into restaurants and housing to counter rising store closures and lower occupancy rates, as the two-year tourism slump shows no signs of ending.

The owners of Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard on Nathan Road in Tsim Sha Tsui, one of Hong Kong’s four major tourist belts, last Friday submitted an application to turn the 300-metre long, 50-store complex along the boulevard into a food and beverage destination.

The proposed change will replace the retail stores with cafeterias, coffee shops and tea houses on the ground and first floors of the landmark shopping destination for tourists and locals since 1986.

The retailers are seeking a change “as a market response to the structural shifts in the socio-economic context of Tsim Sha Tsui and wider Hong Kong in recent years, especially amid a decline in tourists, which has resulted in store closures and affected the urban dynamics in the area”, the Incorporated Owners Park Lane Shopper’s Boulevard, which represents the landlords, said in their application to the Town Planning Board (TPB).

The proposed uses are “critical for adding flexibility and resilience to the local economy in responding to the recent changes”, the application said.

Hong Kong’s strict travel curbs have brought the city’s tourism industry to a standstill since the coronavirus pandemic started more than two years ago. Tourist arrivals plunged 94 per cent from 43.8 million in 2019 to 2.7 million in 2020, and fell by another 98 per cent to 65,721 in 2021, according to data from the Hong Kong Tourism Board.

“The proposed change reflects the prevailing retail market demand,” a property agent said. “Even after the reopening of the border, the food and beverage sector will continue to be a sustainable trade, and modern dining concepts will do well in Hong Kong.”

Another agency also expects food and beverage outlets to attract more local customers and draw more footfall to the area.

“If the food and beverage options are of high quality and coupled with the boulevard’s trees and ambience, similar to the Champs-Élysées in Paris, it can also attract overseas tourists with its vibe,” another agent said.

Meanwhile, the slackening demand for hotels is prompting developers to convert their hotels into residential use.

Last Thursday, Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) became the latest builder to secure approval from the Town Planning Board to convert a hotel – its waterfront Royal View Hotel in Ting Kau, Tsuen Wan West – into a residential project.

The proposed changes will see the 15-storey building converted into 661 flats of varying sizes and will include a day care centre for the elderly with 60 places, according to the document from the planning authority.

It said the existing building will remain unchanged as “only minor addition and alteration work would be required [and] housing units could be delivered within a short period of time”.

SHKP’s proposal comes after CK Asset Holdings secured approval from the planning board to convert two hotels for residential use over the past 18 months.

CK Asset, the flagship company of retired tycoon Li Ka-shing, received permission in December 2020 to convert its 1,100-room Harbour Plaza Resort City in Tin Shui Wai into a 5,000-unit housing project. And in February last year, it received the green light to convert its 800-room Horizon Suites in Ma On Shan into a residential development with up to 758 flats.

“The proposed conversion makes sense as the full recovery of the city’s tourism industry is still far from certain,” a surveyor said.

(South China Morning Post)