Member Since: 2020
Member Offices: Hong Kong
Wharf China Development Limited is the property development arm of The Wharf (Holdings) Limited (“The Group”) in mainland China. The development properties land bank as at June 2019 was about 3.6 million square metres. The Group continues to adopt a selective land acquisition policy with strategic focus on Tier 1 or 1.5 cities for quality land bank and expected returns.
The Group also spearheads its investment properties with the award-winning International Finance Square (IFS) series at the very heart of CBD or new CBD in high potential cities including Changsha, Chengdu, Chongqing, Suzhou and Wuxi. Resounding performance of the trend-setting and award-winning IFS series promises to fuel further growth in the years to come.
The Wharf (Holdings) Limited
Founded in 1886 with Hong Kong as its base, The Wharf (Holdings) Limited (HKEX Stock code: 0004) is the 17th company incorporated in Hong Kong and a premier company with a long history. As one of the 30 constituent stocks in the original Hang Seng Index since more than 50 years ago, Wharf is among the top local blue chips that is most actively traded and widely held. Backed by a long standing mission of “Building for Tomorrow” and a proven track record in management and execution, the Group has produced consistent and productive performance over the years.
Subsequent to the separate listing of Wharf Real Estate Investment Company Limited in November 2017 with a focus on its Hong Kong investment properties portfolio, The Wharf (Holdings) Limited's businesses are largely property-related, comprising Investment Properties, Hotels and Development Properties in mainland China as well as hotel management and a premium Peak Portfolio in Hong Kong. Other businesses include Logistics through Modern Terminals and Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals.
Wharf website: www.wharfholdings.com
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