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Henderson confident of delivering world-class landmark at Central harbourfront, dismisses dividend payment fears


Henderson beat five other rivals for a 50-year land grant for New Central Harbourfront Commercial Site 3 with a record bid of US$6.5 billion

Henderson vice-chairman Colin Lam says they are open to discussions with other parties who would be interested in jointly developing the project

Henderson Land Development said it has deep pockets to develop a prime harbourfront site in Central into an iconic landmark.

The city’s third-largest developer by market value on Wednesday won the bid for a 50-year land grant of New Central Harbourfront Commercial Site 3 for a record HK$50.8 billion (US$6.5 billion), beating five contenders in the government’s “two-envelope” tender.

“We would sign the cheque immediately if we were asked to pay the HK$50.8 billion tomorrow. It is not a problem,” said Colin Lam Ko-yin, vice-chairman of Henderson, said at a briefing on Thursday to discuss the company’s plans for the site. “We do not have any [financial] pressure and [the land purchase] won’t impact our dividend payment.”

Lam said that Henderson was open to discussions with other parties who would be interested in developing the project together.

The company plans to invest HK$63 billion to develop the site to create an iconic landmark and a “social destination dedicated to public enjoyment”. Henderson’s blueprint calls for three buildings on the harbourfront to accentuate Hong Kong’s image as Asia’s World City. The block closest to the harbour will be multifunctional, while the other two will be office buildings. Sizeable green areas and open spaces for the public have also been included in the design.

The focal point of the entire design is the old Star Ferry Clock Tower, which will be reconstructed close to its original position to maintain a visual connection with the harbour and Hong Kong’s maritime heritage, according to the land sale condition.

“My father beamed from ear to ear knowing that we won the project,” said Peter Lee Ka-kit, Henderson’s co-chairman and the elder son of founder Lee Shau-kee.

He added the land would be developed attentively, offering plenty of green space.

Martin Lee Ka-shing, co-chairman and the founder’s younger son, said the site will be developed into a world-class landmark destination. “Henderson Land is rooted in Hong Kong and we are confident of the city and we hope to leverage what we are good at to give back to society,” he said.

According to property agency, the Central Site 3 ranks as the second most expensive land transaction worldwide of all time, after a 861,120 sq ft ( 80,000 sq metre) site in Seoul’s Gangnam district was acquired by a Hyundai Motor-led consortium in 2014 for 10.5 trillion won (US$10 billion).

Market observers said the record price for the prime plot will boost the city’s commercial property market and reinforce Hong Kong’s position as a world class global financial hub.

“It is another instance of a local developer casting a vote of strong confidence about the prospects of Hong Kong, considering the project’s long-dated development cycle,” another property agent said. “The additional office space, while modest in size, will serve well as the Hong Kong financial market continues to widen in breadth and depth.”

Others pointed out that Central will remain the most sought-after district even if the North New Territories, the location of the proposed Northern Metropolis, becomes the focal point of development in Hong Kong.

“Although there are other large-scale developments such as Northern Metropolis and Lantau Tomorrow Vision in the pipeline, it would take 15 to 20 years for these projects to be fully completed and at least another decade for the areas to mature,” agent said.

“Central will remain the financial centre for Hong Kong in the foreseeable future,” the agent added.

(South China Morning Post)

 

After Henderson Land’s record bid, here are the 5 other most expensive land sales in Hong Kong

Henderson Land’s record bid beat out five contenders in the government’s ‘two-envelope’ tender for the harbourfront plot

Hong Kong – one of the most expensive real estate markets in the world – has consistently set record land sale prices in recent years

Henderson Land Development may have set a record by bidding HK$50.8 billion (US$6.5 billion) for Hong Kong’s most coveted commercial plot in the main business zone of Central, but the city is no stranger to eye-watering land deals.

Henderson Land’s record bid beat out five contenders in the government’s “two-envelope” tender for the harbourfront plot in Central. North of the city’s old General Post Office and next to the International Finance Centre, the plot measures 516,316 sq ft (47,967 square metres), and can yield 1.6 million sq ft in gross floor area.

The bid for Central Site 3 is “an exceptional result considering the complexity of the site, the two-envelope tender and the huge investment sums in terms of the premium and construction costs to follow,” surveyor said. “This is a historic record high lump sum for a single development site in Hong Kong and a mega sum from any investment perspective.”

Before Henderson’s bid, Hong Kong – one of the most expensive real estate markets in the world – has consistently set record land sale prices, with many of the plots forecast to yield around 5 to 6 per cent. Henderson’s Murray Road project is only likely to yield 3 per cent though due to the high price paid, according to a property agent.

After Henderson’s record bid, here are the next five most expensive commercial land bids ever made in Hong Kong, according to information provided by some property consultancies:

1. Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) won with a bid of HK$42.23 billion in November 2019 for a commercial site atop a high speed rail station at West Kowloon with an estimated gross floor area of 3.17 million sq ft. The winning bid of HK$13,345 per square foot was at the low end of a valuation range between HK$13,000 and HK$20,000 per square foot. The project, which can be developed for retail, office or hotel use, is still under construction.

2. SHKP also had a winning bid of HK$25.16 billion for the Kai Tak Area 1F Site 1 in May 2018. With a gross floor area of 1.42 million sq ft, the bid for the site translates into HK$17,776 per square foot. The developer said the total investment cost for the site would be about HK$40 billion, and the project would have 300,000 sq ft allocated for retail spaces, plus an underground shopping street connected to the Kai Tak station on the Tuen Ma line of the MTR.

3. Nan Fung Development’s unit Rich Union won with a bid of HK$24.6 billion for the Kai Tak Area 1F Site 2 in May 2017, with a gross floor area of 1.91 million sq ft. The bid translates into HK$12,863 per square foot. Nan Fung has commenced construction of the AIRSIDE, a mixed-use commercial development on the site. The 47-storey building is touted to be the tallest building in Kai Tak, which is being developed as the city’s second most important business district.

4. Henderson Land bid HK$23.28 billion for the Murray Road Car Park in Central in May 2017. The site can be developed into a commercial building with 465,005 sq ft of total gross floor area, and the bid translates into HK$50,064 per square foot. The property, to be called The Henderson, is designed by the prestigious Zaha Hadid Architects, and the 36-storey building is scheduled to open its doors in 2023.

5. Patchway Holdings (HK), a joint venture by Hysan Development and Chinachem Group, bid HK$19.78 billion for a site on Caroline Hill Road in Causeway Bay in May 2021. With anestimated floor area of 1.1 million sq ft, the successful bid translates into about HK$18,400 per sq ft. The land sale document stipulates that the winning developer must include a health care clinic, a child care centre and a public car park with at least 125 spaces in its development plans.

(South China Morning Post)

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Henderson in solid shape to handle Central project

Henderson Land (0012) said it will remain financially sound even after settling the HK$50.8 billion land price for a prime Central Harbourfront site.

Shares of the developer dropped 3 percent yesterday after the announcement of the total investment of HK$63 billion, the biggest outlay ever for a project in Hong Kong.

Its current gearing is only 20 percent as of end-July, and it will only be 30 percent after borrowing for the site, executive director and vice-chairman Colin Lam Ko-yin said yesterday in a virtual meeting.

But he added that Henderson does not rule out collaborating with other interested developers in the three-tower-block project.

The group enjoys stable rental incomes, dividends and revenues from property sales with a strong cash flow, Lam said, and it can settle the land premium in a short time without raising more funds from a share placement. To that end, the developer has no intention to change its dividend policy, Lam said.

The average rental prices for office buildings and shops in the Central stand at HK$130 to HK$190, suggesting a rental yield range of 4 percent to nearly 6 percent for the 516,300-square-foot Site 3, Lam said.

Henderson Land will relocate the General Post Office, reconstruct the Star Ferry Clock Tower and also provide over 300 public parking spaces, said Yu Wai-wai, general manager of project management department at the developer.

Lee Shau-kee, founder of Henderson Land, is very happy about winning the tender, said his son Peter Lee Ka-kit, co-chairman of Henderson Land. It had made him "grin from ear to ear," Peter Lee added.

Peter Lee also said his 93-year-old father is in good health.

The other co-chairman of Henderson, Martin Lee Ka-shing, said the company has confidence in Hong Kong, and the developer will use its expertise to give back to society.

Central district is always the top pick for multinational companies given that Hong Kong is an international financial hub, Martin Lee added, and the project is expected to deliver a good return.

Site 3 occupies a prominent location on the new Central Harbourfront. It is bounded by the Central Piers to its north, Two International Finance Centre to its west, Statue Square to its south, and the Hong Kong Observation Wheel to its east.

(The Standard)

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Flats at Monaco One in Kai Tak rolled out

Wheelock Properties unveiled its first price list of Monaco One in Kai Tak, offering 99 flats at an average discounted price of HK$23,365 per square foot.

The price came in at 3 percent higher than the first batch of the sister project Monaco in the same district launched early this year, but 17 percent lower compared to that of Henderson Land Development's (0012) The Henley III in August.

The batch comprises 49 one-bedroom units, 34 two-bedroom units and 16 three-bedroom units with saleable areas ranging from 319 sq ft to 671 sq ft.

The cheapest flat - a 319-sq-ft one-bedroom unit - is priced at HK$7.57 million after discounts, or at HK$23,724 per sq ft.

The prices of future batches may be at least 10 percent higher and the developer will start receiving checks Saturday, managing director Ricky Wong Kwong-yiu said, adding that the sales are expected to launch in mid-November.

This came as data from the Lands Department revealed that eight new residential projects filed an application for pre-sale consent in October, involving 5,378 flats.

Among the new applicants, a project on Hang On Street which is co-developed by the Urban Renewal Authority and Lai Sun Group has been named as Bal Residence.

The project will provide 156 homes upon completion and Lai Sun previously said more than 90 percent of them will be one-bedroom units.

Together with the ones applied in the previous months, 29 projects with 14,662 flats altogether were pending approval as of the end of last month.

The department only granted three pre-sale consents covering 1,221 units in the month, down around 60 percent from 2,966 units in September.

Meanwhile, there were 602 private homes completed in September in the city, up 18.5 percent month-on-month, reversing a three-month downward trend, data from the Rating and Valuation Department showed.

A total of 11,168 private residential units were completed in the first nine months of this year, accounting for 61.3 percent of the government's estimation of 18,228 units.

Class B units, which range from 40 square meters to 69.9 sq m, took up more than half of the built flats, followed by Class A units with salable areas less than 40 sq m which accounted for nearly 30 percent of the total.

(The Standard)

 

Number of private residential units completed up 18.5pc

Hong Kong saw 602 units of private residential units completed in September, up 18.5 percent month-on-month and twisting a three-month downward trend, the latest data from the Rating and Valuation Department showed.

For the first nine months of the year, a total of 11,168 private residential units were completed, accounting for 61.3 percent of the government's target of 18,228 units for the whole year.

The figure for the first nine months, however, was still down by 18.4 percent when compared to the 13,684 units completed in the same period last year.

(The Standard)

 

工商舖9月買賣 險守500宗

有代理表示,股市回吐窒礙工商舖市道,惟預期經第三季連月回調後,第四季可望喘穩回升。

根據代理資料所得,今年9月全港共錄得510宗工商舖物業買賣登記 (數字主要反映2至4星期前市場實際狀況),較8月的582宗再跌12%,已連跌3個月創近7個月新低,亦為年內次低,反映股市回落對工商舖市道影響不輕;至於該月買賣合約總值錄得89.42億元,按月跌25%,連跌兩月,並跌穿百億元水平。

按工商舖3個物業類別劃分,工廈按月登記量已跌穿300宗,但仍為交投最多的類別。9月全月工廈僅錄得271宗登記,按月跌19%,佔整體工商舖成交達53.1%。當中買賣登記佔比最多的是介乎200萬至500萬元以內的細價工廈,期內錄得119宗登記,惟按月跌16%。此外,在高價工廈登記減少下,拖累月內工廈買賣金額急跌58%,僅錄得30億元,創了6個月以來最少。

商廈僅91成交 7個月新低

商廈買賣登記量表現最為遜色,終於跌破之前保持了6個月按月均錄逾百宗的紀錄,反映內地整頓行業及港股下挫而令商廈交投遇冷,9月商廈買賣登記只錄得91宗,按月大減23%,為7個月以來新低;當中尤以5,000萬至1億元以內組別跌幅最大,按月挫56%,由8月的9宗減至9月的4宗。至於月內整體商廈買賣登記金額跌幅相對較少,按月跌13%,錄23.67億元,主要靠億元以上登記增多所支撑。

至於店舖買賣登記量方面,受惠疫情穩定,加上消費券效應及市場報復式消費而令店舖買賣登記量跑贏大市,成為唯一逆市錄得升幅的類別。9月店舖共錄148宗登記,按月升14%;而升幅主要集中在中高價店舖,如1,000萬至2,000萬元以內組別按月倍增至35宗,而在大碼登記支撑下,買賣登記總額錄35.71億元,按月勁升69%。

代理指出,工商舖整體登記量於9月跌幅擴大,包括受到股市於第三季明顯造淡及恒大事件困擾所影響,拖累季內工商舖登記量只有1,738宗,較次季的1,999宗回落13%。至於10月因市場一度觀望《施政報告》政策,加上短期通關落空,故料10月登記量仍續維持在相若水平橫行,料錄約520宗。不過,黃氏相信,踏入第四季中後段,隨着股市若能持續回升,恒大事件明朗化及市場對《施政報告》有較正面的解讀,工商舖整體後市亦可望逐漸回暖。

(經濟日報)

 

中環地王建40萬呎城市綠洲 恒基:重置天星鐘樓及郵政總局

中環新海濱商業地王日前由恒基以五百零八億破紀錄獨資投得,該項目除了興建商場及寫字樓外,並着重綠色設計,擁有逾四十萬方呎綠化空間,冀打造「城市綠洲」,落成後將重塑中環海濱環境,為該區帶來新景象。屆時還會重置天星鐘樓,並於該項目中間的一座地下及地庫提供郵政總局設施。

中環商業地王設計方案全城關注,恒基主席李家傑、李家誠及一眾管理層,昨日出席網上記者會講解項目的設計概念。李家傑指出,集團投得的中環地王綠化面積達四點八公頃,並着重綠色設計,將設有大量綠色元素,並建三百米長的天台公園,提供六十個不同項目,包括引入不同高科技設施;並循減碳、能源控制和污水處理等方面加入不同的新科技,冀成為國際指標和新的榜樣,同時將貫切集團ESG理念建造項目,即「環境保護 (Environmental)、社會責任 (Social) 與公司管治 (Governance)」,希望為下一代提供更美好環境。

李家傑:綠化面積達4.8公頃

恒基主席李家誠補充,該項目設逾四十多萬方呎綠化空間,將會重塑中環海濱環境,希望公眾地方、綠化空間均以高水準設計,並會利用專長回饋社會,為市民帶來更多活動空間,營造中環新景象。

他強調,集團對香港充滿信心,再者香港是世界金融中心,中環永遠是國際金融機構、跨國企業最搶手落戶的地點,相信該項目會為集團帶來理想的回報。另外,除提供商業樓面外,亦會以嶄新概念運用綠色空間,把文化、表演活動等融入購物體驗中,並提供休閒、旅遊娛樂和表演的場地。

李家誠:重塑海濱環境

據賣地條款,中環郵政總局屆時將會拆卸,恒基地產策劃 (一) 部總經理余惠偉表示,未來郵政總局設施將設於該項目中間的一座地下及地庫;同時亦會重置「天星小輪鐘樓」。據賣地章程顯示,中標發展商須負責重建天星小輪鐘樓,並於該鐘樓原址作興建、管理及維修。

余惠偉指出,希望透過項目建設世界級地標,設計以「橋」為概念,設計會提供大量綠化及公共空間,連接中環與海濱長廊的林蔭大道,與海濱產生協同效應,更能使海濱朝氣蓬勃;亦加強中環內陸和海濱的連接,同時會提供支援設施,例如提供三百多個公眾停車位等。

郵局將設於地下及地庫

從該項目設計概念圖可見,由三座建築物組成,部分位置刻意留中空,作通風廊及都市窗戶,而建築物天台「Horizon Park」相連平台串連起三座建築物,長約三百米,未來公眾可在平台上眺望中環和維港景色。平台將以植物營造空中森林,同時提供草坪、緩跑徑及戶外空間予公眾使用。另外,該項目商場集合藝術、雕塑、自然、文化和劇場於一身,其核心為一個六層高的水族館,預料將會成為新一個矚目景點。

業內人士指,今次海濱三號地以其中環海邊的位置和獨特的低密度設計,在設計上亦有考慮周遭商廈的景觀,故以低密度發展,同時該項目設計以中空式設計及大規模園林綠化,增加通風及通透效果,營造「城市綠洲」概念,加上全港首個長約三百米的綠化天台,而且未來亦會重置天星鐘樓等,更成為該項目一大賣點,相信未來也能贏得市民的掌聲。

(星島日報)

 

中環海濱地王 Lead 8王歐陽操刀設計

供大量綠化空間 李家傑:ESG理念打造項目

恒地 (00012) 相隔4年再下一城,重注508億元奪中環新海濱3號商業地王,項目的設計由Lead 8及王歐陽負責,除興建300米長的天台公園外,亦會提供大量綠化及公共空間,與海濱產生協同效應。恒基兆業地產集團聯席主席李家傑指,將貫徹ESG理念打造項目。

中環新海濱3號商業地王,由Lead 8及王歐陽負責,其中Lead 8於2014年成立,曾負責多個內地地標項目,包括上海徐家匯中心項目,不少為中資龍湖旗下項目,如龍湖重慶公園天街、星湖天街等。本地項目則包括新世界發展的香港國際機場航天城11 SKIES及北角和富薈等。

而王歐陽則設計多個本地地標項目,包括銅鑼灣時代廣場、香港太古廣場第一及二期、朗豪坊太古坊一座等,並另曾負責觀塘市中心、太古坊、香港大學百周年校園等項目。

設300米長天台公園 引文化表演

恒地一眾高層昨日會見傳媒,介紹項目詳細設計概念及規劃特色,而恒基兆業地產集團聯席主席李家傑指,項目面積達4.8公頃,將採用「橋」的設計,設大量綠化空間,包括興建300米長的天台公園,且提供60個不同項目包括不同新科技的設施。集團主要希望從減碳、能源控制、污水處理等方面,建立國際榜樣。同時,集團會貫徹ESG理念打造項目,以給予下一代更好環境。

恒基兆業地產集團聯席主席李家誠表示,項目設有40多萬平方呎的綠化空間,將為市民提供更多活動空間。鑑於香港是世界性金融中心,而中環永遠是跨國公司最搶手的選址,相信會為項目帶來優良回報。而項目的定位除了包含傳統國際品牌外、嶄新概念等,未來亦會引入不同的文化表演,以融入購物消閒元素。集團亦對香港充滿信心,並會利用專長回饋社會。

重置天星小輪鐘樓+郵政總局

恒地地產策劃部總經理余惠偉稱,集團希望建設世界地標,其設計會提供大量綠化及公共空間,與海濱產生協同效應,並會供應300多個公眾車位、引入5G網絡及禮賓服務等。另外,集團亦會重置天星小輪鐘樓,並在中間地塊的地下及地庫,重置郵政總局。

至於投資回報方面,目前中環商廈普遍月租每呎約130至190元不等,若以項目的地價及建築費,即630億元計,項目回報率約4厘。而以平均呎租160元計,回報達5厘;如以呎190元計,回報則近6厘。

中環新海濱3號商業地王位於怡和大廈對出,地盤面積近52萬平方呎,最高可建樓面約161.5萬平方呎。

值得留意的是,中標財團另需興建約23萬平方呎的政府設施,包括重置現時的郵政總局等。

(經濟日報)

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土瓜灣美善同道商住地盤獲洽 屯馬綫通車帶動財團區內覓盤

隨着屯馬綫通車,令紅磡及土瓜灣一帶的交通進一步改善,區內物業受捧,土瓜灣美善同道一個商住地盤,由準買家以4.68億洽購至尾聲,樓面呎價11429元,目前正進行盡職審查。

上址為土瓜灣美善同道51至57號商住地盤,市場消息透露,該物業於市場上放售一段日子,獲多名買家洽購,其中,一名準買家極具誠意,出價達4.68億,打動業主割愛,雙方就該項目進入細節商談,準買家亦就物業作盡職審查,預期短期內將落實交易。

涉資約4.68億洽至尾聲

該項目屬住宅甲類地段,佔地面積4800方呎,可建總樓面40950方呎,地積比約8.5倍,平均樓面呎價11429元。

樓面呎價11429

近年,土瓜灣不斷有新項目落成,區內變天,其中,美善同道聚集公務員宿舍,地段甚寧靜,適合興建精品住宅,今年2月,裕泰興就美善同道6至12號補地價,涉資1.8484億,以住宅樓面36006方呎計算,即每呎5134元。

其中美善同道6及8號,該財團於11年以強拍形式統一業權,作價1億,總樓面約2.16萬方呎計,即每呎樓面達4629元。至於10至12號物業,早年完成統一業權。項目曾獲屋宇署批出建築圖則,可興建1幢30層高的商住樓。

莊士「逸 · 酒店」獲洽購

紅磡區內亦有大型酒店獲洽購,莊士機構公布,集團旗下紅磡蕪湖街83號「逸 · 酒店」,正與獨立第三者進行初步洽談,可能出售持有該酒店及其牌照之附屬公司。

市場消息透露,上述酒店準買家為美資基金aew,洽購該酒店至尾聲,全幢總樓面約12萬呎,平均呎價1.3萬,提供388個房間,平均每個房間作價412萬。

該基金趁疫市下酒店業處低潮,擬購入投資,疫情前,該酒店每晚房價約750元至高達1000元,回報可觀。aew於2000年成立,近年積極在港購物業,今年中以3億購入柴灣美利倉大廈50%業權。

準買家美資基金aew

「逸· 酒店」樓高25層,地下及1樓為酒店大堂及商鋪,5至25樓為客房,每層約23間房,前身為莊士紅磡廣場,屬商廈用途,於1996年落成,業主近年把物業改裝成酒店,於2015年正式啟用。

(星島日報)

 

鄧成波家族5億 沽筲箕灣全幢工廈

黑石基金購入 擬改裝作迷你倉

鄧成波家族續沽貨套現,消息指,該家族以約5億元,沽出筲箕灣精雅印刷集團大廈全幢,持貨2年帳面蝕8,000萬。據悉,新買家為為黑石基金,今年3度入市,料購入改裝迷你倉。

今年工廈市場買賣旺,市場消息指,筲箕灣精雅印刷集團大廈全幢,以約5億元成交。物業位於阿公岩村道8號,屬工廈用途,項目佔地11,666平方呎,現址總樓面69,680平方呎,以5億元成交價計,呎價約7,175元。原業主曾經在向城規會申請放寬地積比率重建該大廈,以發展1幢26層高酒店,預計可建樓面約16.8萬平方呎,以提供約726個酒店房間。以可建樓面計算,每呎樓面地價約2,976元。

持貨2年轉手 蝕約8000

項目原由鄧成波家族持有,波叔於2019年斥5.8億元購入工廈,持貨2年轉手,蝕約8,000萬元,貶值14%。該家族近月連環沽貨,如今已套現逾110億元。

消息指,新買家為黑石基金,該基金今年非常活躍,屬第3度入市購工廈,早前分別以5.08億元,購入觀塘新傳媒集團中心全幢,以及2.83億元購粉嶺葉氏化工大廈,合共涉近13億元。據了解,該集團購入3項物業後,將加以改裝,轉成迷你倉用途,可望提高租值。

另近日消息指,一家美資基金正以16億元,洽購紅磡蕪湖街「逸•酒店」。莊士機構 (00367) 指,集團可能出售旗下位於紅磡蕪湖83號的「逸•酒店」,集團現正與一獨立第三者,並就集團持有上述酒店及其牌照的附屬公司,進行初步洽談,惟暫未就可能進行之交易訂立任何條款或確實協議。

(經濟日報)

 

軒尼詩道錦祥樓 1.99億易手

土地註冊處資料資料顯示,銅鑼灣軒尼詩道470號錦祥樓 (樓齡50年),剛以約1.99億元易手。

資料顯示,項目屬於一幢約5層高舊樓,估計購入重建。據悉,中銀香港 (02388) 目前持有軒尼詩道472號,數月前獲批重建1幢24層高商廈,總樓面約4.2萬平方呎,估計是中銀購入合併重建機會甚大。

(經濟日報)