Wharf Real Estate Investment Company Limited ("Wharf REIC") (Stock Code: 1997) has been listed on the Main Board of Hong Kong Stock Exchange on 23 November 2017.
Wharf REIC is one of the largest real estate companies in Hong Kong with a proven track record in investing and operating iconic properties. With a GFA of 12.3 million square feet at a total value of HK$274 billion and a total revenue of HK$15.7 billion as at 31 December 2019, the Group holds a portfolio of six premier quality assets in Hong Kong including Harbour City, Times Square, Wheelock House, Crawford House, The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel (“The Murray”) and Plaza Hollywood, and two prime commercial properties Wheelock Place and Scotts Square mall in Singapore.
Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui and Times Square in Causeway Bay are the Group’s flagship properties. Sitting on rare 999-year leaseholds, these iconic properties with substantial scale in two of the most popular shopping destinations and busiest business districts in Hong Kong attract constant flows of local shoppers and tourists. The Group’s shopping malls have long time partnership with the world’s most coveted luxury brands and maintain strong relations with internationally well established tenants.
Wheelock House and Crawford House are two premier quality assets with rare 999-year leaseholds in the prime Central District in Hong Kong, with the latter enjoying the longest frontage on Queen’s Road Central.
The Murray, a 336-room luxury hotel converted from Murray Building with towering arches, is an iconic building that is probably the last remaining prime site in Central District for a luxury hotel.
Plaza Hollywood is a leading shopping mall in Kowloon East. Home to 258 retail outlets, it appeals to the wider catchment area from the emerging Kowloon East CBD.
In Singapore, Wheelock Place and Scotts Square mall are in the heart of the popular Orchard Road belt for retail, hotels and offices. Scotts Square is a freehold property.
Wharf REIC strives to be a good corporate citizen through actively supporting a series of "Business-in-Community" initiatives benefitting different segments of society. The flagship youth development programme Project WeCan, The Wharf Hong Kong Secondary School Art Competition, The Wharf Art Scholarship Scheme and The Wharf Architectural Design Internship have gained public recognitions over the past 10 years.