Management of Hong Kong suburban shopping centre owner Link Reit have expressed confidence the company can ride out the ongoing turmoil of protests.
Link COO Andy Cheung Lee-Ming has resigned from the business.
Shares in listed Hong Kong shopping-centre owners have been buffeted in the wake of escalating pro-democracy protests.
Eleven Link malls will collaborate between July 8 and August 18 to host a contest marking the 20th anniversary of the Beyblade Burst.
Nam Cheong Place Market has had a complete makeover, with the refurbished venue containing nearly 40 stalls and an enhanced tenant mix.
Hong Kong property company Link Reit says it will continue to divest properties in its portfolio – and acquire new ones – as part of its new Vision 2025 strategy.
Link’s Temple Mall has installed an in-mall green-screen studio as part of its “Love at First Scene” campaign.
Link’s Fresh Markets have partnered with Hello Kitty creator Sanrio in a campaign to have the adorable characters greet customers.
Link Asset Management has bought Centralwalk shopping mall in Shenzhen’s CBD via its real estate investment trust.
Property investor Link Reit has sold 12 Hong Kong properties to Gaw Capital Partners for US$1.5 billion.
Continuing its program of fresh-market revitalisation, Link has transformed Wo Che Market in Shatin.
Link Reit has improved like-for-like revenue by 7 per cent in the first half year, with car park revenues up 10 per cent and retail up 6.6 per cent.