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Saturday, September 23, 2017
The government will initiate the public tender for the architecture design plan of the project to remodel the old Hotel Estoril this month
Hong Kong conglomerate Lai Sun Group held a ceremony with Spanish football club Real Madrid to present their joint project to develop an indoor interactive football experience centre in Hengqin

Hato delay

Damages caused by Typhoon Hato delay the delivery of economic housing units at Ilha Verde for half a year
Information showed that residential mortgage loans (RMLs) approved by banks in the territory increased by 19.1 per cent month-to-month to MOP5.8 billion in July. The increase was attributed to enterprise loans with residential properties as collaterals, as loans to...
Under the Greater Bay Area initiative, creating a ‘Village of Hong Kong’ in Zhuhai would attract Hong Kong residents to reside in mainland China, suggests Starry Lee, the Chairman of Democratic Alliance for the Betterment and Progress of Hong...
Pearl Horizon developer Polytex Corporation Ltd has introduced interest-free loans to help Pearl Horizon buyers pay their mortgages, local Chinese language newspaper Macao Daily reported. The loan is to help buyers from two different plans, one for those who are...
Mainland developer Jiayuan International Group Limited has reached an agreement to acquire two plots in Taipa. For US$449.29 mln ‘in cash’. From local company San Kin Tai Property Development. Delivering, says Jiayuan, a great entrée to Macau whilst enhancing ‘brand influence in the Pearl River Delta Metropolitan Circle’.
Developer Hong Kong Resorts International has sold a property located in the Sheung Wan building in neighbouring Hong Kong (pictured) for nine times its purchasing price, raking in HK$750 million, according to the group’s filing with the Hong Kong...
The profit from Zhuhai Holdings Investment Group Limited for the fist six months of this year increased 30.5 cent year-on-year to reach RMB25.13 million
The former home of the Macau Red Cross overlooking Sai Van Lake is still closed after more than a year of the relief organisation relocating to Areia Preta district
The Hong Kong-listed junket operator’s investment in real state in Mainland China has not yet yielded positive results, but travel services in Macau are paying off
Following accusations it would negatively impact the Kuranda rainforests in the Australian state of Queensland, the management of the under-development KUR-World resort project told Business Daily that the project would not just preserve the areas ecosystem but provide considerable job opportunities for the local indigenous population
Shun Tak Holdings registered HK$699.3 million in net profit in the six-month period ending June 30 of this year, with the company announcing that 45 per cent of the units offered for pre-sale at its Nova Grand development have already been sold
The Cultural Affairs Bureau is assessing the damage to the shipyards in Coloane, pledging it will carry out structural tests and reinforcement works again once the winds calm down and the area is safe
Coloane Village was struck hard by Typhoon Hato on Wednesday, with one of the shipyards completely destroyed. With lack of sanitation, problems are just about to become deadly serious, says a source involved with the village
Foreign visitors caught up on the typhoon which hit the city on August 23 spoke to Business Daily about their experiences and perception of the handling of the disaster by the local government
Official figures released by the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) yesterday showed that transactions of building units and parking spaces increased remarkably in the last quarter
The Ox Warehouse has found a partner in the private sector to provide it a physical location in order to hold its artistic activities in the coming year, but will spend several months without a proper space to exist in
The Urban Renewal Committee also reached general agreement on the plan for temporary housing
The Housing Bureau (IH) has reported that 5,742 economical housing applicants have been officially approved to notarise contracts, of whom 5,356 have appointed notaries, with 4,424 completing the procedure, according to the Bureau press release. In particular, the Bureau has...
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