Hongkong Land develops and manages commercial and residential properties across China, Southeast Asia and in its home base of Hong Kong. Founded in 1889, the Company conducts its business based on partnership, integrity and excellence.
The Company’s commercial properties are retained for long-term investment. The growing commercial portfolio provides high quality office and retail space that caters to the business needs of local and multinational corporations, in particular global financial and professional services firms as well as luxury brands. The genesis of what is now a regional presence began in Central, the premier Central Business District of Hong Kong that the Company played a pivotal role in its creation This is a matrix of office buildings and luxury retail space linked by a network of above-ground covered walkways, offering a high level of connectivity. In recent decades, Hongkong Land has invested in major commercial developments in other key Asian cities, notably the Marina Bay Financial Centre in Singapore that has become the heart of the city state’s new Central Business District. We are currently planning to transform a recently acquired site in Beijing into the capital’s leading retail destination.
On the residential front, Hongkong Land develops luxury and high-quality housing for trading purpose in the region, in its own right and through its Singapore-based subsidiary MCL Land. Such projects range from high-rise apartment towers to exquisite villas, and from single-building developments in developed markets, such as Hong Kong and Singapore, to large-scale complexes in fast-developing markets such as Indonesia and mainland China.
Hongkong Land engages in partnerships with local companies across Asia to benefit from their market knowledge and relationships, bringing in return its expertise and experience of developing prestigious properties. We adopt best practices from around the world and leverage the strategic advantage afforded by our parent the Jardine Matheson Group, one of Asia’s leading conglomerates with roots in the region and the United Kingdom.