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Old July 16th, 2009, 04:55 AM   #21
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There are some white lattice like structures of a considerable height that have gone up somewhere near there. What's that all about?
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Old July 18th, 2009, 10:11 PM   #22
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Le Prestige sales tactic pays off with 300 deals
18 July 2009
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Low prices proved to be an effective tactic in attracting investors and homebuyers last night, when a new residential project in Tseung Kwan O sold more than 300 units at about HK$5,000 per square foot in two hours, property agents said.

Le Prestige, the 1,688-unit residential project jointly developed by Cheung Kong (Holdings), Nan Fung Development and MTR Corp, yesterday drew more than 1,000 prospective buyers to its sales office for the first batch of 32 flats offered. Market watchers believe all the 1,688 units would be sold out today.

"The 'ask high, sell low' strategy {hellip} pretending they are offering the units at a big discount, proved to be successful in luring buyers," said one property analyst.

The developers said last week they intended to sell the units at an average price of HK$5,500 per square foot but eventually launched the project at HK$4,692 per square foot for the first 32 units, a 14.69 per cent discount.

The average selling price of HK$5,000 per square foot for the units sold yesterday is also at a 9.65 per cent discount to the HK$5,534 per square foot recorded at five-year-old Residence Oasis, according to Land Registry data, counting the transactions of units ranging from 850 to 1,500 sqft over the past month.

Compared with the HK$4,450 per square foot fetched on the secondary market by units in the Capitol, Park Centre and Metro Town, the selling price in Le Prestige was at a 12.36 per cent premium, much lower than the market norm of about 30 per cent premium to the secondary market.

In addition to the relatively low-pricing strategy, the availability of a mortgage plan requiring only a 5 per cent down payment attracted investors to bet on the project, the analyst said.

"With 1,688 units in Le Prestige, thousands of units listing in the secondary market and more than 20,000 new flats in the district in the pipeline, the developers can't be too aggressive, especially when market transactions are slowing," another analyst said.

Le Prestige is the second phase of the Lohas Park massive residential project, which is scheduled for completion by the middle of next year. The Capitol, which was sold out last year and is now ready for occupancy, is phase one of the project.

Lohas Park is at Wan Po Road north of the Tseung Kwan O industrial district and the Southeast New Territories Landfill.

The project will eventually comprise 50 towers of 46 to 59 floors high, offering a total of 21,500 flats, twice the number at City One Shatin. It will have a gross floor residential area of 17.36 million sq ft, accommodating 58,000 residents when completed by 2019.
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Old July 19th, 2009, 03:16 AM   #23
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Old July 19th, 2009, 08:56 AM   #24
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The rest (for the other towers) : http://cybersearch.midland.com.hk/re...00503&lang=chi
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Old July 22nd, 2009, 02:47 PM   #27
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Old July 23rd, 2009, 01:49 PM   #28
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長實:最快明晚加推領都20個山景單位,平均即供呎價4117元
23 July 2009
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《經濟通通訊社23日專訊》長實(00001)旗下長實地產投資董事黃思聰於記者會表示,最快明晚加推將軍澳日出康城二期「領都」20個中高層山景單位,即供平均呎價4117元。該20個單位位於第一座及第五座39樓、40樓及43樓,其中四房單位即供價由534﹒9萬至551萬元,而三房單位即供價介乎385萬至390﹒7萬元。

是次推出單位面積由961呎至1303呎,定價介乎401萬元至574萬元。

他續稱,由於該批山景單位較市價低10%至15%,故未來推出山景單位有10%至15%加價空間,期望山景單位最終平均呎價升至5000元至5500元。(sh)
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Old July 24th, 2009, 10:22 PM   #29
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Prestige play from US fund
The Standard
Monday, July 20, 2009

A US teachers' pension fund is eyeing a block worth more than HK$2 billion in Le Prestige, the new residential project developed by Cheung Kong (Holdings) (0001) in Tseung Kwan O.

Talks are under way about selling the block, which contains 418 flats, according to executive director Justin Chiu Kwok-hung.

He said the pension fund is offering less than US$300 million (HK$2.34 billion). Meanwhile, sales of flats in Block Three are on hold.

"The fund has made some minor investment in Hong Kong before and is watching the city's recovering economy," Chiu added.

Cheung Kong has sold 90 percent of the 600 seaview apartments in Le Prestige's three other blocks since the launch on Friday.

Prices ranged between HK$5,100 and HK$5,200 per square foot and fetched HK$3 billion, said Cheung Kong Real Estate director Francis Wong See- chung.

The developer expects the remaining flats to be sold soon - and at the original prices. Wong said the response has been strong, with a 1,300 square-foot unit in Block One selling for HK$7.5 million.

Cheung Kong and co-developers Nan Fung Development and MTR Corp (0066) will today discuss the launch of units with hillside views. Wong said prices could rise modestly.

The first phase of Le Prestige offers 1,688 units in four blocks. Cheung Kong aims to sell 800 units this year, generating up to HK$5 billion.

Elsewhere, agents grumbled that the launch of Le Prestige - second phase of Lohas Park - and rain hurt sales in the rest of the primary market at the weekend, with less than a dozen deals.

In the secondary market, sales in the 10 of the largest housing estates fell 26 percent to 35 transactions, according to Centaline Property Agency.
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Old July 30th, 2009, 09:13 PM   #31
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Old August 3rd, 2009, 01:31 PM   #32
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Rush in new home sales
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Monday, August 03, 2009

Developers riding on the crest of a booming property wave have sold almost all their new residential flats.

More than 90 percent, or 1,500 units, at the Tseung Kwan O residential project Le Prestige have been sold, generating more than HK$7.5 billion for Cheung Kong (Holdings) (0001) since the launch on July 17, the company said yesterday.

The developer estimated that more than 150 units were snapped up over the weekend.

The last 30 seaview apartments, measuring 957 square feet each, on the higher floors of Block 5 go on sale next week.

They will be offered at more than HK$6,000 psf - 8 to 10 percent more than the price of flats already sold, according to Francis Wong See-chung, director of Cheung Kong Real Estate.

Sun Hung Kai Properties (0016) and New World Development (0017) sold around 200 flats in Block 3 of Harbour Place in Hung Hom over the weekend, according to Davey Bow Chi-tak, senior regional sales director at Centaline.

Bow estimated that 40 percent of Harbour Place buyers were mainlanders. At Le Prestige, more than 10 percent of the units were purchased by mainlanders.

The impressive sales figures have prompted many Harbour Place homeowners to ask for higher prices and some have withdrawn their units temporarily from the secondary market, Bow said.

"The number of transactions on the secondary market dropped 20 to 30 percent," said Patrick Chau Moon-kit, head of research at Ricacorp Properties.

"Prices have been climbing rapidly and people are spending more time bargaining. The launch of primary-market units has had some influence as well."

While the secondary market in Hung Hom appears to be more resilient, Chau said the launch of Le Prestige has affected transactions in Tseung Kwan O, where the number of three-bedroom apartments sold dropped by 50 to 60 percent.

Prices in Tseung Kwan O have risen by 20 to 30 percent on a per- square-foot basis since the beginning of the year, Chau added.
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Bank homes in on property
7 August 2009
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Rising rents and property prices have led Credit Suisse to raise its net asset value estimates for a number of local developers.

The bank said property prices have increased by 21 percent since the beginning of the year and will stay flat for the rest of 2009.

Credit Suisse upgraded Hysan Development (0014), Swire Pacific (0019) and Sun Hung Kai Properties (0016) and Singapore-listed Hongkong Land to ``outperform'' from ``neutral.''

Henderson Land Development (0012) was also upgraded to ``outperform'' as it prepares to launch its Yau Tong residential project The Spectacle.

Henderson will start by selling 20 flats by tomorrow at the earliest, sales general manager Thomas Lam Tat-man said yesterday, adding there is a 50 percent chance that a price list will come out today.

The developer may sell flats in the 32-story building at HK$8,500 per square foot, but prices may rise by 10 percent within two months.

Lam said some potential buyers have shown interest in five big flats on the higher floors, with one offering to pay over HK$12,000 psf. Henderson expects to reap HK$1.4 billion from the 185-unit project.

Cheung Kong (Holdings) (0001) will sell 10 three-bedroom units in Le Prestige at HK$3.93 million each, or HK$3,733 psf, to buyers who pay immediately.

The developer is still keeping a small number of sea-view flats on the lower levels in Block 3.

Cheung Kong has sold over 1,620 of the 1,688 apartments in the Tseung Kwan O project, reaping more than HK$8 billion.
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The developer expects to complete construction in the third quarter of 2011.
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The developer expects to complete construction in the third quarter of 2011.
That late? They look pretty well topped out.
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Le Prestige discount spurs Capitol defaults
Pan gets close-up view of Fifth Avenue mess 240m yuan a small price to pay for R&F Ah Pak

12 August 2009
South China Morning Post

Soho China chairman Pan Shiyi and his wife have just returned from a field trip to New York and London to update themselves on the state of the offshore property markets.

According to Mr Pan's recent blog, prices in these cities - particularly for office and retail premises - have now dropped to below construction cost. "Land cost for these properties is almost close to zero but still with only a few transactions. New York transactions are even worse than London," he noted. "On Fifth Avenue, some banks and financial institutions have been evacuated. But we saw safety boxes, office furniture, filing cabinets and documents scattered everywhere. It looks like they left in a big rush. Such good furniture, safety boxes and computers left unwanted."

"It is impossible for this to happen in China. We will definitely get someone to sell them," he said. Maybe a little sideline business for Soho, wondered Ah Pak.

Developer Cheung Kong (Holdings) on Monday placed a full-page advertisement in some Chinese papers to convey its gratitude to buyers who snapped up all 1,688 units in its Le Prestige project in Tseung Kwan O. Missing from the developer's public musings, noted Ah Pak, was an advertisement expressing its dissatisfaction with buyers who defaulted on their purchase contracts at its neighbouring Capitol project to take up units in the newer (and cheaper) Le Prestige.

Thanks to a discount, Cheung Kong sold all flats at Le Prestige at an average of HK$4,500 per square foot within weeks of launching the project last month. Ironically, that strategy created about 100 defaulters at the Capitol who had signed their purchase contracts with Cheung Kong at an average of about HK$5,200 per square foot in February last year.

The Capitol is now ready for occupation, which means buyers are required to secure top-up mortgage loans to complete their sale and purchase agreements. But if they did do so, they calculated, they would take an immediate paper loss of some 13 per cent - being the new lower price benchmark set by Le Prestige.

The alternative was to default, which would give Cheung Kong the right to sue for the difference between the price at which it manages to resell the units, plus interest expenses and administration fees.

The defaulters chose to take that risk, banking on the prospect that property prices would begin to rise and limit their exposure, and walked away from their agreements to buy into Le Prestige.

Ah Pak reckons the defaulters will now be paying special attention to what Cheung Kong chairman Li Ka-shing might have to say about the outlook for property prices when he reports interim results tomorrow. Mainland media last week reported that the Foshan government had cancelled the sale of a 640,000 square metre site to Guangzhou R&F Properties, causing the developer to forfeit its 5 per cent deposit of 240 million yuan (HK$272.16 million).

The site was auctioned off to R&F Properties in 2007 at a record price of 4.7 billion yuan but it failed to meet the deadline to settle the remaining sum due after paying the initial deposit.

The negative news has raised concerns over whether R&F is facing a liquidity problem.

Not so, thought Lee Wee Liat, a senior property analyst at Nomura International (Hong Kong). "We view this more like R&F intentionally giving up the plot of land," he noted in a report, adding that the 240 million yuan forfeit was a small price to pay for making a correct decision.

Cancelling the site from calculations of its land assets would shave only 80 fen per share from Nomura's target price of HK$22.64, he calculated.

But the R&F shares have a long way to go to meet that target price, noted Ah Pak, as they closed at HK$15.60 yesterday.
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Li raises his voice as Apple reporter raises a stink
14 August 2009
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The truce between Li Ka-shing and his not-so-favourite Apple Daily came to an abrupt end yesterday.

Five months after Mr Li shook hands with the newspaper's financial reporter in a friendly post-press conference gesture, the 81-year-old became annoyed with the same journalist yesterday when she asked questions about Le Prestige residential development in Tseung Kwan O.

In the past month, Cheung Kong (Holdings) has sold out Le Prestige, part of the massive Lohas Park project that it is co-developing with MTR Corp, despite several articles in Jimmy Lai Chee-ying's newspaper about the stench from the landfill in the vicinity and pointing out that there is a biogas plant near the residential site.

At yesterday's post-results press conference, the reporter asked Mr Li about the smelly environment in Tseung Kwan O - the Apple Daily offices are in the same area.

It caused him to raise his voice.

"Hey, your newspaper attacks me and my businesses all the time," Mr Li said. "That is not the way to do business, although we don't have a lot of business [together].

"I don't usually visit a residential site these days, but I just spent few hours there - the air was refreshing. I would say the area is greener than the green."

But the reporter pressed on. "Did you go at night?" she asked.

Mr Li's elder son, Victor Li Tzar-kuoi, immediately jumped in to say, "I have been there many times, day and night."

Although Cheung Kong produced a better than expected interim report card yesterday, the unwanted publicity of the past month has obviously rankled.

Unforthcoming forecaster

It's a question that gets asked every six months - what does Li Ka-shing see in his crystal ball?

To his credit, the man behind the sprawling conglomerate that operates businesses in 54 countries correctly called the bottoming out of the global recession in March and also predicted the top of the China bubble in late 2007, when he dumped his mainland shares.

However, he is usually less generous with his tips than fellow tycoon and friend Lee Shau-kee.

When reporters repeatedly asked for Mr Li's views on the economy and stock market, he declined to make predictions because he said he did not want others to get hurt. Instead, he reiterated the advice he had given for the past few years about not borrowing money to play the stock market.

However, the ever-cautious Mr Li did venture: "I would not be a stock buyer at this level", although he was swift to add that it would not stop him raising his stakes in his two blue-chip flagships.

He said his foundation was always interested in buying newly listed stocks with low price-earnings ratios and high dividends, but hinted he might not be interested in low-yield government bonds.

Finally, when asked how he hedges against inflation while global governments rush to print money, Mr Li said: "I know. But I can't tell."

The last word - iPhone

As usual, Hutchison Whampoa group managing director Canning Fok Kin-ning (above) had the last word at yesterday's briefing, asking reporters: "Have all you guys got your iPhones?"

The shrewd businessmen ignored a number of responses that the trendy gadget was too pricey by calling out: "You can get it for free."

He's factually correct, but only if you subscribe to the HK$298 monthly package for two years.

However, his direct sales approach is obviously paying off, as the only one of Hutchison's nine core businesses that showed an improved profit and turnover in the first half was Hutchison Telecom Hong Kong - probably thanks to the launch of iPhone.

Celebrating with dividends

Alibaba.com chairman Jack Ma Yun knows how to keep his shareholders happy.

Despite reporting a 24 per cent decline in profit, the internet firm announced a special 20 HK cents dividend to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

Hutchison Whampoa shareholders must be feeling jealous, especially as they have received the same dividend for the past nine years, with the 3G global start-up losses mainly to blame.

Although Li Ka-shing indicated a possible dividend increase should the 3G business turn profitable, the break-even goalposts keep being moved every year.

In fact, that alone should warrant a special dividend for the shareholders' patience.
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