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尖沙咀漢口道地舖 交吉叫價8800

受疫情影響,工商舖市場過去一年交投、租、售價亦顯著回落,但隨着疫苖出現,加上政府撤回非住宅物業雙倍印花稅,預料可將工商舖過去一年的劣勢逆轉,反而吸引用家、投資者加快入市。而新近放售的尖沙咀漢口道地舖,坐擁核心地段優勢,單位已交吉,意向價約8,800萬元。

門面寬闊 合各行業所需

代理指,尖沙咀漢口道44號漢威大廈地下B號舖,面積約1,000平方呎,業主現以意向價約8,800萬元放售,平均呎價約8.8萬元。舖位門闊約65呎,門面寬闊,適合各行業所需,而單位現已交吉,買家可即買即用。而位置上,舖位坐落於尖沙咀核心地段,與港鐵尖沙咀站A1出口一步之隔,同時鄰近海港城、美麗華廣場、The ONE等區內大型地標式商場,人流甚為暢旺,而周邊亦有多綫巴士路綫途經,交通極為便利,營商環境佳。

據ERPC經濟地產庫資料顯示,2020年全年尖沙咀商舖成交錄逾80宗,平均成交呎價約16,280元,交投量與2019年相比,增幅近3成,惟成交價按年回落約27%,顯示出疫情下舖位造價回軟,但因為核心地段舖位難求,價格下調反而造就用家及投資者趁低吸納的情況。

代理續指,隨着疫苖即將在港面世,疫情可望受控,市民外出消費的意慾將有所回升,加上早前政府撤回實施多年的非住宅物業雙倍印花稅,預料資金將重返工商舖市場,帶動舖位的需求增加,再者,上述放售的舖位坐擁優越地理位置,而市場向來對傳統旅遊購物旺區尖沙咀的舖位亦有一定需求,料上址無論作為自用或作長綫收租亦具吸引力,可望短時間內獲買家承接。

(經濟日報)

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恒地20億紅磡擴版圖 擬建上車盤

黃埔街共購7地盤 提供100萬呎樓面

近年恒地 (00012) 密密收購紅磡黃埔街一帶的舊樓,旗下紅磡機利士南路2至24號 (雙號) 舊樓,昨日透過仲量聯行進行強拍,在無競爭對手下,以底價20.45億元投得。

恒地執行董事黃浩明稱,這個項目是集團在紅磡的第7幅地盤,連同之前的項目,總地盤面積近11萬平方呎,合共提供總樓面約100萬平方呎,預料會發展為上車盤或中小型單位為主,並料於2025年落成。

尚有一項目待批強拍令

他又指,區內尚有一項目待批強拍令,對於另一個未達強拍門檻的項目,他直言「唔賣就由佢」,強調項目已成形,不會特別等待。

有測量師表示,物業的地理位置優越,在住宅投資需求持續強勁的情況下,是次項目具不俗的發展潛力,故可吸引發展商收購及重建。

事實上,恒地上月以底價26.695億元投得鄰近黃埔街2至16A號4幢舊樓、必嘉街83至85號及黃埔街26至40A號兩個項目。當時發展商表示,整個項目設計類似旺角利奧坊系列,並形容項目是黃埔新邨的「進化版」。

另外,據土地註冊處資料,洪水橋及厦村共11個地段,以5,024萬轉售,新買家為榮捷發展有限公司,其董事顧菁芬及羅泰安,過往曾參與恒地舊樓收購,不排除恒地再插旗。值得留意的是,該公司於2007年已購入地皮,惟在本月才進行登記。事實上,恒地及有關人士於04年至06年期間,已透過上述公司收購接近50幅位於洪水橋附近一帶的地皮,成交價約1.95億元。

(經濟日報)

 

豐樹8.12億奪粉嶺工業地每呎樓面3750元地價兩年升4%

工業地皮於疫市下反應不俗,於上周五截標的粉嶺工業地於昨日開標,由新加坡基金淡馬錫旗下豐樹產業以約8.12億,力壓其餘7家財團奪得,每呎樓面地價約3750元,低於市場估值,但較兩年前同區地價高約4%,亦創區內工業地價新高。

地政總署昨日公布,位於粉嶺安樂門街、安全街與安居街交界的工業地,批予出價最高的新加坡基金淡馬錫旗下豐樹產業,作價8.1294億,以可建樓面216791方呎計,每呎樓面地價約3750元,雖較早前市場預期的每呎5000元至5500元為低,但較兩年前區內批出的安樂村工業地相比,當時每呎樓面地價3617元高出約4%,亦創區內工業地每呎樓面地價新高。

由於市場工業地皮供應較罕有,該地皮於上周五截標時,合共8份標書,入標財團包括長實、信和、嘉華、佳明、建業實業等;該地皮位於粉嶺安樂門街、安全街與安居街交界,地盤面積約43357方呎。據賣地章程,該地皮可作多種用途發展,包括工業、物流倉庫、資訊科技、數據中心等,發展商另須自費興建一個提供122個車位的公眾停車場。

可建樓面約21.6萬呎

至於具新加坡背景的豐樹產業,對上一次於本港投得地皮追溯至14年初,當時以36.69億投得觀塘商業用地,每呎樓面地價約5700元,創下當時東九龍商業地價紀錄,該項目現發展為觀塘豐樹中心 (已改名為國際貿易中心)。另外,該基金於本港最矚目買賣為於11年以188億向太古地產購入九龍塘又一城商場,當時亦為本港歷來最大宗物業買賣。

持又一城及豐樹中心(已改名為國際貿易中心)

測量師指出,是次中標較預期為低,仍屬合理水平,料作物流用途發展,因疫情關係,相關行業持續受惠,估計總投資額約16至18億,租金回報率約4厘至5厘。

(星島日報)

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鄧成波4100萬沽沙咀道鋪

「鋪王波叔」鄧成波近期接連沽貨,繼沽售灣仔護老院巨鋪,最新為荃灣沙咀道一個地鋪,建築面積3000方呎,以4100萬易手,料買家可享回報3.7厘,物業於10年間升值約58%。

上址為荃灣沙咀道105至129號好運唐樓地下4至7號鋪,建築面積3000方呎,天井600方呎,合共3600方呎,市場消息透露,原業主叫價5000萬,幾番減價以4100萬成交,減價900萬或幅度18%,平均呎價1.36萬 (未計天井位)。該鋪位屬於巨鋪,門面闊約60呎,現時由酒吧承租,月租12.6萬,租約至2022年7月,以易手價計算,料回報率約3.7厘。

呎價1.36 十年升58%

鄧成波於2010年12月以2600萬買入,持貨迄今易手,帳面獲利1500萬,升值約58%。盛滙商舖基金創辦人李根興評論,沙咀道該地段接近大涌道,位置甚靜,人流未算聚集,但該鋪門面闊,可以拆細四間分開出售,當市道回復日正常時,料每間可售1200萬至1300萬,感覺上該鋪成交價較市價低約15%。

荃灣曹公坊14至36號傳德洋樓地下D鋪,建築面積1200方呎,連入則閣500方呎,合共1700方呎,原叫價3600萬放售,以2900萬成交,該鋪位門面闊約22呎,租客為家品店,月租約7.2萬,租期至2021年5月,料回報率近3厘。原業主於2010年11月以1020萬買入,帳面利1880萬,升值約1.84倍。

曹公坊鋪11年升值1.8

李根興評論,曹公坊街市鋪位受捧,升值可觀,上述鄧成波持有的沙咀道鋪位,位處酒吧段,屬重災區,持貨11年升值只有58%。他又說,曹公坊鋪位只有三相60A電,不足夠經營食肆,申請加電可能有難度,成交價高市值約5%。

代理表示,荃灣德士古道35至43號德泰大廈地下H1號鋪,面積約600方呎,意向價約1300萬,減至約1100萬售出,呎價約1.83萬,減幅約15%,現時租客為食店,月租約2.75萬,料回率報約3厘,買家為投資者,已將物業重新放售,叫價約1380萬。

(星島日報)

 

工商鋪新盤帶動交投

代理指出,工商鋪新盤共涉逾200萬呎,主要位於新興商貿區,荃灣、黃竹坑、長沙灣及觀塘,較矚目包括第一集團項目,如荃灣柴灣角街73號IECII及長沙灣大南西街1018號GCC3,兩項目共涉逾30萬方呎。宏基資本旗下黃竹坑道23號商廈項目,涉樓面逾10萬方呎。

代理:逾200萬呎年內應市

市場仍有一手餘貨供推售,包括九龍灣甲廈富臨中心、長沙灣甲廈荔枝角道888號,以及觀塘工廈駿業街46號等。另該代理指出,工商鋪整體註冊量及成交金額連升4個月,去年12月錄491宗,按月升15.8%,創2019年6月以來新高,涉及金額約88.61億,按月升約60.5%。

(星島日報)

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400 new homes to go on sale

As many as 400 new homes will be available for sale soon with the majority of them from the Monaco tower in Kai Tak and the LP10 tower in Lohas Park.

Wheelock Properties will launch first-round sales for Monaco on Sunday, involving 145 units. With 2,200 checks received, the 145 homes are 14 times oversubscribed.

The 145 units ranged from 280 sq ft to 762 sq ft and Wheelock expects to cash in HK$1.6-2 billion from the first-round sales.

Monaco released the third price list, with an average selling price of HK$24,802 per square foot after discounts. It was 9.4 percent higher than the first batch average selling price of HK$22,669 per sq ft.

Meanwhile, Nan Fung Group released the first price list of LP10 in Lohas Park, involving 179 units, with an average selling price of HK$15,888 per sq ft, 30 percent cheaper than the first batch of Monaco.

The flats range from two to four bedrooms, and from 484 sq ft to 1,205 sq ft.

Elsewhere, Vanke Hong Kong was set to launch 74 home at The Campton in Cheung Sha Wan on Saturday, with prices ranging from HK$17,737 to HK$21,740 per sq ft. The subscription registration ends tomorrow.

Meanwhile, an industrial site with a 216,000-sq-ft gross floor area in Fanling was sold for HK$813 million to Temasek's Mapletree.

In another deal, Henderson Land (0012) bought the 12 old buildings on Gillies South Road in Hung Hom at HK$2.045 billion through a compulsory sale. The total site area is 20,400 sq ft.

Property agent expects that the second-hand luxury property in the Southern District to rise 10-15 percent this year but rents to fall 15-20 percent.

(The Standard)

 

Prime harbourfront plot in Central should become world-class destination blending commerce with public spaces, designers say

The parcel of land by the IFC is out for tender, with bids to be evaluated based on the quality of their design as well as the estimated cost of development

The planning brief encourages features such as plazas, food kiosks and open-air cafes in designs for the public open space

A parcel of prime land at Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour to be sold in a rare tender process that values design merits as much as cost is likely to be transformed into a vibrant waterfront hub blending office and retail facilities with bustling public spaces, say industry experts.

Under the government’s “two envelope” approach for the sale of New Central Harbourfront Commercial Site 3, submitted bids will be evaluated based on the quality of their design as well as the estimated cost of development.

According to the Planning Department’s zoning plan, half of the 516,316 square foot site will be allocated for public open spaces.

“The creation of new and contemporary public realms integrated within city life is crucial to simultaneously transform and unite Hong Kong with its Central waterfront,” said Mark Blackwell, creative director at Morphis, which won the international design competition for Kai Tak City Public Realm in 2015.

He anticipates Site 3 becoming a world-class destination promoting healthy and sustainable living, with an ensemble of curated experiences for everyone to enjoy framed with new commercial and residential buildings.

“The infrastructure is in place, it’s now time to deliver a true setting to a world-class skyline,” said Blackwell.

The planning brief encourages features such as plazas, food kiosks and open-air cafes in designs for the public open space.

The parcel, next to the International Finance Centre, is believed to be the most expensive site in Hong Kong. Surveyor estimates it could fetch HK$40 billion (US$5.16 billion) to HK$60 billion, or HK$23,225 to HK$37,160 per square foot.

It could yield a total gross floor area of 1.61 million sq ft of commercial space, mainly for office and retail. The site will not, however, house any skyscrapers – the western portion of the plot is limited to a building height of 50 metres, or less than 13 floors, according to the agent, while the eastern part, mostly for retail and government facilities, caps the height at 16 metre, or five floors

“As the height restriction will limit a skyscraper design and sea views, the quality of the building and facilities needs to be outstanding in order to attract tenants,” surveyor said.

Given that Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s 2020 Policy Address discussed Hong Kong targeting carbon neutrality by 2050, she said it was essential the designs are environmentally-friendly.

One particularly ambitious plan for the development has been put forward by William Cheng Kai-man, the chairman of Magnificent Hotel Investments, which operates seven hotels in Hong Kong.

He has proposed the construction of an 800-metre underwater Cross-Harbour Tunnel, exclusively for pedestrians, connecting the site to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station.

“It is just like building the fourth Cross-Harbour Tunnel. But this one will be for shoppers and tourists,” said Cheng, who is also a structural engineer.

The proposed tunnel, comprising 200 to 300 shops, could take two years to complete at an estimated cost of about HK$25 billion, he added. Cheng submitted his proposal to the Chief Executive in November.

Cheng’s company owns seven hotels in prime locations: four under the Best Western brand in Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui and three under the Ramada brand in North Point, Tsim Sha Tsui and Sai Ying Pun.

He believes this tunnel could draw 50 million shoppers per year.

“Hong Kong badly needs to create something unique to attract global tourists after the coronavirus pandemic is under control,” said Cheng.

Although the plot is mainly for destined for office and retail use, adding an ultra-luxury hotel is a must, according to one consultant.

“While a hotel may not provide the highest financial returns, mixed-use developments often gain a distinct character by featuring a hotel,” said Dan Voellm, CEO and founder of AP Hospitality Advisors.

The tender for New Central Harbourfront Commercial Site 3 opened on December 18 and will be closed for submissions on June 18.

(South China Morning Post)

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