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Chinachem’s heritage in Hong Kong stretches across more than half a century. In growing the Group’s business, we have in turn contributed to the vibrant and sustainable development of Hong Kong through building quality properties and conducting charitable activities over the years.
Chinachem Group begins its transformation from a chemical company into a renowned private property developer. Its first office is located at Holland House, 9 Ice House Street, Central.
The Group makes large-scale land acquisitions through Letter B Land Exchange Entitlements in the New Territories and builds industrial as well as residential properties in Tsuen Wan and Kwai Chung.
Chinachem is the first real estate developer in Hong Kong to offer instalment sales plans.
The Group purchases land in Shatin, in accordance with the government's “satellite town” policy.
Shatin Lucky Plaza becomes Chinachem’s first large-scale complex development project.
Chinachem is recognised as a leading landlord in Shatin as homebuyers move into its key developments in the area.
Shatin 33 becomes the Group's first large-scale luxury property.
The Group relocates its headquarters to Chinachem’s first wholly-owned commercial property – Chinachem Golden Plaza in Tsim Sha Tsui East.
Chinachem Charitable Foundation Limited is established.
Chinachem purchases the Nina Tower site through Letter B Land Exchange Entitlements, with the intend to erect the world's tallest building at the time.
Fanling Town Centre and Sheung Shui Town Centre are launched, kicking off the Chinachem property launch in Northern District.
During HKSAR government’s first land sale, Chinachem buys the site at 129 Repulse Bay Road for HK$5.55 billion.
Chinachem’s first hotel, L'Hotel Causeway Bay Harbour View, opens.
Nina Tower becomes the Group's first twin tower property. Built for tourism, retail and business, it contains 1,608 luxury five-star hotel rooms, 17-storeys of Grade A office space and a shopping mall spanning approximately 300,000 sq.ft.
Le Billionnaire and Billionnaire Royale in Kowloon City go on sale.
Chinachem’s headquarters are relocated to Nina Tower in Tsuen Wan.
The Lily at 129 Repulse Bay Road becomes available for lease.
L'hotel Island South becomes Hong Kong’s first Unesco Geopark Hotel.
Jade Grove becomes the Group's first project to obtain the highest BEAM Plus Platinum rating.
Chinachem launches The Papillons in Tseung Kwan O and receives an enthusiastic market reaction.
Chinachem's first green business project “One and Two Chinachem Central” are fully leased out before obtaining occupation permits.
The Group supports ‘Community Housing Movement’.
Acquisition of the first residential site located off Anderson Road.
Commencement of the Group’s digital transformation journey.
The Group wins the tender for the Ho Man Tin Station Package Two Property Development.
Completion of One Hennessy, the Group’s flagship commercial building; the property wins the Asia Pacific Property Award.
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