Real estate market
Written by: Cai Weinan and Huang Youhua
The last update date: 2021-06-18 15:57
The commercial site at No. 3 (Man Yiu Street) in Central, which will challenge the record of the most expensive land in Hong Kong, launched a tender on December 18 last year. The six-month tender period ended at noon today (18th).
According to the site of the government headquarters, the commercial property received at least 6 bids when the bid was closed at noon. The confirmed bidding consortia included Cheung Kong Group (1113) and Xindi (0016), while Sino Land (0083) cooperated in soliciting investment. Bureau Land (0978) and Great Eagle Group (0041) formed a consortium to enter the bid.
Liang Zhijian: The bidding response is good
In addition, Leung Chi-kin, Chairman of Wheelock Properties, replied that the group entered the bid under the name of Wharf Group (0004). He believed that the tender response was good. It is believed to be related to the attraction of locations and successfully attracted several large developers to bid for the bid.
However, Leung Zhijian did not disclose that this time the sole proprietorship was awarded the bid.
Henderson's sole proprietorship bid
As for Henderson Land (0012), which owns the rights and interests of the Central International Financial Center, it has indicated to the media that it will definitely participate in the bidding.
Henderson Land replied and confirmed that the group solely invested in the bid for the commercial site at No. 3 Xin Haibin (Man Yiu Street) in Central.
Use 4 people to transport the design model
Different from the usual practice, due to the "double envelope system" adopted by the Central Commercial District, the relevant bidding documents were submitted at the Government Headquarters. At the same time, the project design model (non-bidding proposal) was placed at Wing On, 345 Nathan Road, Jordan. Submitted by Kowloon Center.
The reporter went to Wing On Kowloon Centre in Jordan to wait in the morning. During this period, individual developers submitted the project design model for the new waterfront commercial site in Central, which required 4 people to transport it together.
Commercial land at No. 3 (Man Yiu Street), New Harbourfront, Central, close to ifc.
(Photo by Luo Junhao)
Valuation of 37 billion to 64.5 billion
According to the data, the above site area is 516,000 square feet, and it is expected to provide 1.843,000 square feet of floor space, mainly for commercial and retail purposes, but also to provide leisure facilities, of which 228,000 square feet of floor space need to be used for the construction of parking lots and government and institutions Or community use.
After deducting the relevant area, the actual remaining commercial floor space is about 1.61 million square feet.
The comprehensive market’s valuation of the above-mentioned land ranges from about 37 billion to 64.5 billion yuan, and the estimated land price per square foot is about 23,000 to 40,000 yuan. Based on the total price, it is the most expensive land in Hong Kong.
Announce the tender results within five months
The land is divided into two parts, the north (Site A) and the south (Site B) by Longhe Road. The current General Post Office and the Star Ferry Car Park at Site B will be relocated.
The winning consortium must build a new post office, a public parking lot with 325 parking spaces, and two public toilets.
Among them, the new post office must be returned to the government free of charge after completion before the end of 2027.
Due to the "double envelope system" adopted this time, the government took a long time to review the tenders. The land sale regulations indicated that the results of the land sales could not be announced until November 12 this year at the latest.
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