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Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay still top of the world’s most expensive retail strips

Hong Kong ́s Causeway Bay remains top of the world’s most expensive retail strips, with rents rising to US$ 2,745 per square feet per annum.

Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay still top of the world’s most expensive retail strips

Hong Kong ́s Causeway Bay remains top of the world’s most expensive retail strips, with rents rising to US$ 2,745 per square feet per annum.

Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay still top of the world’s most expensive retail strips

Hong Kong ́s Causeway Bay remains top of the world’s most expensive retail strips, with rents rising to US$ 2,745 per square feet per annum.

Singapore retail rents ease in second quarter

Central Singapore retail rents eased by 1.5 per cent in the second quarter of this year, according to data from the Urban Redevelopment Authority.

Singapore retail rents ease in second quarter

Central Singapore retail rents eased by 1.5 per cent in the second quarter of this year, according to data from the Urban Redevelopment Authority.

Hong Kong’s retail leasing market easing

Hong Kong’s retail leasing market is showing signs of slowing in tandem with easing retail sales.

Hong Kong’s retail leasing market easing

Hong Kong’s retail leasing market is showing signs of slowing in tandem with easing retail sales.

Prime Hong Kong street-shop rents rise faster than expected

Prime Hong Kong street-shop rents rose 4 per cent in the first three quarters of this year.

Prime Hong Kong street-shop rents rise faster than expected

Prime Hong Kong street-shop rents rose 4 per cent in the first three quarters of this year.

Causeway Bay now home to the world’s most expensive retail space

Causeway Bay in Hong Kong is now home to the world’s most expensive retail space.

Downtown Singapore retail rents slip

Downtown Singapore retail rents have slipped again as vacancy rates rise.

Mixed data in Bangkok retail rents outlook

Bangkok retail rents rose in prime downtown locations in the second quarter, yet there was a decline in midtown locations, despite retailers migrating there.