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Spring REIT - (Hong Kong Offices China 1426)
Thursday, 18 September 2014 07:41

Spring listed end-2013 as the first Hong Kong REIT to offer direct exposure to Grade A Beijing offices, but with expansion plans for "high quality income-producing real estate assets" elsewhere in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Japan and other parts of Asia. The portfolio comprises (late-2014) of 120k sqm of space in all 24 office floors at Office Tower 1 & 28 floors at Office Tower 2 in the China Central Place mixed-use development complex in the CBD (that also includes a hotel, apartments and Shin Kong Place shopping centre), plus approx 25k sqm in 2 basements for approx 600 parking spaces. Tenants included Deutsche Bank, SAP, Conde Nast, Zhong De Securities and Global Law Office. Spring is managed by the Hong Kong based Spring Asset Management, which is wholly owned by AD Capital (a Japanese private equity investment management company).

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New Century Hotel Group / Kai Yuan Hotels - (HK/China Hospitality 1275)
Tuesday, 14 May 2013 03:59

New Century Hotel Group was established in 1989 and has quickly become one of China's largest privately owned hotel chain operators, with a nationwide portfolio of approx 125 four & five star hotels & resorts with over 40k rooms under the New Century Grand (up-scale); New Century Resort (up-scale); New Century Hotel (mid-scale); Boutique Hotels; and Manju hotels (deluxe) branding. In mid-2013 it announced plans for a REIT for some of its properties.

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Last Updated on Friday, 14 March 2014 05:22
 
New World Development / NWD - (Hong Kong Diversified HK-17)
Tuesday, 14 May 2013 02:50

NWD was established in 1970 (listed 1972), as a residential property investment & development company but has since expanded into commercial real estate (shopping malls, offices, hotels and service apartments), infrastructure & financial services, and geographically into mainland China (since 1980), Macau & SE Asia with AUM of approx HK$310bn / USD$40bn (end-2012), comprising about 20 investment projects in HK: retail 1.8m sqft; offices 650k sqft; residential 115k sqft; car-parking 3,500 spaces, and interests in around 15 hotels with about 7k rooms: Renaissance Harbour View Hotel – 857 rooms; Grand Hyatt Hong Kong – 549 rooms; Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Sha Tin – 560 rooms; Hyatt Regency Hong Kong Tsim Sha Tsui – 381 rooms; Novotel Citygate Hotel – 440 rooms; PentaHotel Beijing – 307 rooms; New World Beijing – 435 rooms; New World Shanghai Hotel – 605 rooms; PentaHotel Shanghai – 258 rooms; New World Shunde Hotel – 370 rooms; New World Wuhan Hotel – 327 rooms; New World Dalian – 420 rooms; New World Makati City Manila – 598 rooms; New World Saigon – 533 rooms; Renaissance Riverside Hotel Saigon – 336 rooms. Other substantial interests include New World China Land / NWCL (listed 1997 HK-917), with stakes in 65 real estate projects with about 28m sqft of space in 20 major cities including residential villas & service apartments, hotels & resorts, offices, shopping malls & mixed-use complexes; New World Department Store China / NWDS (est 1993 & listed 2007 HK-825), which owns & operates or manages approx 30 New World & 20 Ba Li Chun Tian branded department stores across the PRC; and its infrastructure arm NWS Holdings (HK-659), with a portfolio including roads, energy, water, ports & logistics projects. In mid-2013 it announced plans to list its interests in the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, Renaissance Harbour View Hotel & Hyatt Regency Hong Kong in a REIT raising an estimated $1bn.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 03:57
 
Hopewell Holdings - (Hong Kong Hospitality 0054)
Monday, 13 May 2013 08:21

Hopewell Holdings was established 1963 (listed in 1972) as a holding company for (mostly hospitality related) real estate & infrastructure investments (power-plants, highways & toll-roads), that has deeply expanded into mainland China, and provides full-service construction, project management, marketing & operations management. Properties include the Hopewell Center (HK's tallest building for a decade); Hong Kong-Kowloon International Trade & Exhibition Centre / KITEC; Nova Taipa Gardens; Huanggang Service Area; Allway Gardens Shopping Arcade; the 1,200 room 5-star China Hotel (in Guangzhou in 1984); and the 1,100 room Panda Hotel (close to HK airport); and a controlling interest in Hopewell Highway Infrastructure (spun-off in 2003 raising $HK3bn). In mid-2013 it announced plans for a hospitality REIT via an approx $800m IPO.

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Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2013 09:04
 
Langham Hospitality Investments - (Hong Kong Hospitality)
Monday, 13 May 2013 08:03

In mid-2013 Great Eagle Holdings announced plans to spin-off its high-end Langham Hotels International Hong Kong portfolio comprising the Langham Hotel, Langham Place & Eaton (all in Kowloon), via an upto US$800m IPO. The group owns about 20 Langham branded hotels globally & about half a dozen Eatons.

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Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2013 08:18
 
Horizon Hospitality - (HK Hospitality)
Thursday, 04 April 2013 04:11

Horizon Hospitality received regulatory approval in late-2012 and announced plans for an approx $778m IPO to acquire 4 serviced-apartments / extended-stay hotels in Hung Hom, Kwai Chung & Ma On Shan (Kowloon & the New Territories), from Cheung Kong and a Hutchison Whampoa affiliate, comprising 4,833 rooms & 308k sqm of rental accommodation (leasing the properties back, and taking a combination of base & variable rents). Cheung Kong & Hutchison would own less than a combined 30% but would also be arranging 5-year loan term facilities, and Cheung would also continue to manage the properties. The proposed IPO was soon delayed for “technical matters” & was considering “other options” (rumoured to be a direct to sale to one of several interested parties). Cheung Kong had also been involved in the proposed listing of 4 landmark mixed-use buildings via Dynasty in Singapore – Link – and had previous experience from the USD$1.6bn Hui Xian IPO (the firstyuan denominated REIT outside mainland China) - Link.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 04 April 2013 05:38
 
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