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Emperor International Holdings Limited
 

Real estate investment and property development is one of the core businesses of Emperor Group and is mainly managed by Emperor International Holdings Limited (Stock Code: 163). Established in 1990, it has been constantly expanding its businesses and strengthening its property portfolios, with residential projects, street level retail premises, shopping malls, industrial and commercial buildings as well as hotels scattered across Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and overseas. Many of them are situated on prime retail locations that include Russell Street of Hong Kong, Chang’an Avenue of Beijing, and Oxford Street of London.

 
Emperor International Holdings Limited

Web:
www.EmperorInt.com

Tel:
(852) 2835 6688

 
 
Residential
 

The residential projects are one of the more vibrant areas of business of the Group and for many years now, it has been actively developing a number of prime residential properties in Hong Kong and Mainland China. In Hong Kong, the Group’s most recent projects include Upton and Harbour One in Sai Wan, THE JAVA in North Point, 18 Upper East in Shau Kei Wan, as well as The Prince Place in Kowloon City, whereas Siu Lam and Tai Lam projects in Tuen Mun, Shouson Hill project, Fuk Wing Street redevelopment project in Sham Shui Po, Ho Chung project in Sai Kung, etc., are now under development. All these projects have been receiving overwhelming responses from property buyers ever since. In Mainland China, the Group has two important projects in Xiamen. In the 1990s, the Group developed the Emperor Riverside Garden Phase I which has been well received by Mainland buyers. Thus, after 2000, the Group rolled out Phase II of the Emperor Riverside Garden, which has also become one of the most luxurious residential properties in the heart of Xiamen.




 
 
Prestigious Retail Premises
 

The ground-floor retail spaces in Hong Kong's shopping districts are much sought-after commodities like rare pieces of fine art. In view of this, the Group has been strategically acquiring retail spaces with high pedestrian flow and now owns a large volume of prime retail properties. The most notable example is Russell Street in Causeway Bay. The Group now owns several duplex retail shops and the whole block at Nos. 22-24 and is ranked as the second largest landlord of ground-floor retail spaces on the street. In addition, Emperor Group is also the owner of a number of ground-floor retail properties in the prime location of Tsim Sha Tsui, such as Shop Nos. 4, 6 and 8 on Canton Road as well as Shop No. 81 on Nathan Road. Apart from high-end shopping districts, the Group has also invested heavily in places frequently visited by young groups. These include a number of shops on Lockhart Road in Causeway Bay. The Group is proud to have a diverse portfolio of retail spaces. 

 
 
Shopping Malls
 

The Group believes that both neighbourhood shopping centres and upscale lifestyle complexes have huge development potentials. Its flagship mall project the pulse, located at the beach side of Repulse Bay, showcases a line-up of chic restaurants and shops; whereas fitfort in North Point and Level 3, New Town Mansion in Tuen Mun offer everyday convenience to local residents and office workers. Both provide a stable source of rental income to the Group. Two up-and-coming shopping malls Emperor Nam Van Centre in Macau as well as Emperor Star City in Shanghai will soon become international attractions for overseas shoppers.

 
 
Industrial and Commercial Buildings
 

The Group owns a wide range of office towers. These include Emperor Group Centre, which houses the Hong Kong headquarters of the Group, 60 Gloucester Road project, Empire Land Commercial Centre and 75-79 Lockhart Road project. Buildings in industrial districts, such as New Media Tower in Kwun Tong, Toppy Tower in Kwai Chung and The Ulferts Warehouse Centre in Tuen Mun, have also been acquired over the years. The Group has extended its overseas presence lately, with the acquisition of two buildings at nos. 181-183 and 25-27 Oxford Street, London. Emperor Group Centre on Chang’an Avenue in Beijing, which is currently under development, will become the China headquarters of the Group when completed in 2016.




 
 
Hotels
 

The Group also has substantial experience in developing hotel projects. It includes The Emperor (Happy Valley) Hotel in Happy Valley and the Grand Emperor Hotel in Macau. A whole new brand, Inn Hotel, was launched in 2015 with one hotel in Macau and Hong Kong respectively. The hotels are further complemented by MORI MORI Serviced Apartments in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

 
 
Future Development
 

Looking into the future, the Group will continue to enhance the quality of its investment property portfolio to increase profitability. In addition, it will optimise the tenant mix and strive to maintain a close to 100 percent occupancy level. For prime retail properties in Tsim Sha Tsui and Causeway Bay, the Group will maintain a certain level of increase in annual rent to stabilise income. In addition, the Group will roll out more new property projects to satisfy market demand.

 
 
 
 
 

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