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Cheung Kong looking to invest in Singapore’s property market

Recession woes have not deterred Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka Shing from seeking out investment opportunities in Singapore's property market. The tycoon's Cheung Kong Holdings is aiming to increase its investments in the city-state. Justin Chiu, executive director, Cheung Kong Holdings, said: "Actually there are ample opportunities in Singapore right now, so we are looking at various locations. We hope...

Cheung Kong Holdings keen on Singapore

Mr Li Ka Shing’s Cheung Kong Holdings, Asia’s second-largest developer by market value, said it is keen to invest in Hong Kong, China and Singapore as the region’s property market is undergoes a “small consolidation”. Prime offices and industrial parks offer investment opportunities because of economic “fundamentals” in the region, Cheung Kong’s Executive Director Justin Chiu said at a...

Foreign developers remain upbeat about Singapore’s property sector

Foreign developers are upbeat about Singapore's property market, and despite signs of a slowdown, they see opportunities for growth. Although the government may be releasing fewer sites for sale under the Confirmed List, one of the largest property developers in Hong Kong is viewing the latest government land sales list with great interest. Cheung Kong Holdings is interested in the white site at Jurong...

Billion Rise puts in top bid for West Coast residential site

Billion Rise - a company believed to be linked to Hong Kong property giant Cheung Kong Holdings - has put in the top bid of S$110.4 million for a residential site at West Coast Crescent. This works out to S$305 per square foot per plot ratio for the 99-year leasehold parcel. Analysts expect a break-even price of between S$680 and S$720 per square foot for a new condominium on the site. The units are...

Cheung Kong may sell stake in Marina Bay Financial Centre

Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing’s Cheung Kong Holdings may sell its one third stake in Singapore’s Marina Bay Financial Centre to Suntec Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) when the complex is completed in 2010. The stake is likely to be worth “more than US$1 billion ($1.5 billion)”, Mr Justin Chiu, executive director of Cheung Kong said. The company is building the 24-hectare office and...

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