CTBUH Gold Member

Hongkong Land

About

Member Since: 1991

Member Offices: Hong Kong

Website: http://www.hkland.com/

Hongkong Land is a major listed property investment, management and development group.

The Group owns and manages more than 850,000 sq. m. of prime office and luxury retail property in key Asian cities, principally in Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing and Jakarta. The Group also has a number of high quality residential, commercial, and mixed-use projects under development in cities across Greater China and Southeast Asia. In Singapore, its subsidiary, MCL Land, is a well-established residential developer.

Hongkong Land Holdings Limited is incorporated in Bermuda and has a standard listing on the London Stock Exchange, with secondary listings in Bermuda and Singapore. The Group’s assets and investments are managed from Hong Kong by Hongkong Land Limited. Hongkong Land is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.

Fields of Expertise

Developer; Financial Industry; Owner (Buildings, Land); Property Management

Membership details

Membership Level

Gold

Member Since

1991

Member Offices

  • Hong Kong

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

Marina Bay Financial Centre Office Tower II

245 m / 804 ft

2

One Raffles Quay North Tower

245 m / 804 ft

3

Marina Bay Financial Centre Office Tower III

239 m / 784 ft

4

Jinling Central Tower 1

235 m / 771 ft

5

Marina Bay Residences

227.1 m / 745 ft

6

Marina Bay Suites

226.9 m / 744 ft

7

World Trade Centre 3

209.1 m / 686 ft

8

Anandamaya One

197.5 m / 648 ft

9

Exchange Square #1

188 m / 617 ft

10

Exchange Square #2

188 m / 617 ft

Building Completions Timeline

 

Videos

14 October 2014

How can cities adapt the forms of tall building design to avoid homogeneous skylines?

Industry leaders answering this question include: Mounib Hammoud, Jeddah Economic Company; Zhaohui Jia, Greenland Group; Peter Kok, Shum Yip Land; Stefan Krummeck, TFP Farrells; James...

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Research

12 December 2018

Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2018

The astronomical growth in tall building construction observed over the past decade continued in 2018, though the total number of completed buildings of 200 meters’...

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Global News

19 April 2019

Luxury High-Rise Introduced in Ho Chi Minh City

Hongkong Land has just introduced its second condominium project in Ho Chi Minh City – The Marq. Located in the heart of District 1, the...

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Rank
Name
City
Height

1

Landmark Riverside A1

Chongqing

276 m

906 ft

2

Marina Bay Financial Centre Office Tower II

Singapore

245 m

804 ft

2

One Raffles Quay North Tower

Singapore

245 m

804 ft

4

Marina Bay Financial Centre Office Tower III

Singapore

239 m

784 ft

5

Jinling Central Tower 1

Nanjing

235 m

771 ft

6

Marina Bay Residences

Singapore

227 m

745 ft

7

Marina Bay Suites

Singapore

227 m

744 ft

8

World Trade Centre 3

Jakarta

209 m

686 ft

9

Anandamaya One

Jakarta

198 m

648 ft

10

Exchange Square #1

Hong Kong

188 m

617 ft

10

Exchange Square #2

Hong Kong

188 m

617 ft

12

Marina Bay Financial Centre Office Tower I

Singapore

186 m

611 ft

13

Jardine House

Hong Kong

179 m

586 ft

14

Anandamaya Three

Jakarta

176 m

579 ft

14

Anandamaya Two

Jakarta

176 m

579 ft

16

The Serenade Tower 1

Hong Kong

175 m

574 ft

16

The Serenade Tower 2

Hong Kong

175 m

574 ft

18

One Roxas Triangle

Makati

174 m

572 ft

18

Two Roxas Triangle

Makati

174 m

572 ft

20

One Central

Macau

165 m

542 ft

21

Jinling Central Tower 2

Nanjing

161 m

528 ft

22

The Landmark Gloucester Tower

Hong Kong

159 m

523 ft

23

The Landmark Edinburgh Tower

Hong Kong

159 m

523 ft

24

Landmark Riverside T10

Chongqing

158 m

520 ft

24

Landmark Riverside T11

Chongqing

158 m

520 ft

24

Landmark Riverside T9

Chongqing

158 m

520 ft

27

Three Exchange Square

Hong Kong

144 m

472 ft

28

One Raffles Quay South Tower

Singapore

140 m

459 ft

29

Chater House

Hong Kong

137 m

449 ft

30

Prince's Building

Hong Kong

108 m

354 ft

31

Exchange Square

Phnom Penh

90 m

295 ft

32

Thu Thiem River Park

Ho Chi Minh City

80 m

262 ft

33

The Marq

Ho Chi Minh City

- m

- ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

17 Years

Most Common Function*

Office (43%), 13 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (93%), 26 Buildings

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.

Total: 30 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 28 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 30 Completed & Under Construction Buildings

Building Completions Timeline

 

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

 

Designated Experts

Raymond Wong

Executive Director, Projects, Hongkong Land

Mark Borland

Director and Head of Projects, South Asia, Hongkong Land

David Wong

Director & Head of Projects, Hong Kong, Hongkong Land

14 October 2014 | Shanghai

How can cities adapt the forms of tall building design to avoid homogeneous skylines?

Industry leaders answering this question include: Mounib Hammoud, Jeddah Economic Company; Zhaohui Jia, Greenland Group; Peter Kok, Shum Yip Land; Stefan Krummeck, TFP Farrells; James...

18 September 2014 | Shanghai

Beyond Icons: Developing Horizontally in the Vertical Realm

If the horizontal growth of cities is considered unsustainable in terms of land use, infrastructure, energy use and pollution creation, then cities need to grow...

18 September 2014 | Shanghai

2014 Shanghai International Conference - Session 11 - Q & A

2014 Shanghai International Conference Session 11 Questions & Answers session with speakers James Robinson, Hongkong Land; Bashar Kayali, Al Ghurair Construction; and Sergio Valentini, JAHN.

18 September 2014 | Shanghai

Interview: James Robinson

James Robinson of Hongkong Land is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2014 CTBUH Shanghai Conference at the Jin Mao Tower. James discusses the urban...

17 September 2014 | Shanghai

Tall Buildings as International Investments

The investment landscape for tall buildings varies considerably around the world, as was indicated by the diversity of perspectives in the panel “Tall Buildings as...

16 September 2014 | Shanghai

Modernization: Renewing the Lifecycle of Vertical Transportation

Traditionally much of the focus in the tall building sector has been centered on the ground breaking technology being put in place for the pioneering...

18 October 2012 | Chicago

CTBUH 11th Annual Awards Dinner

The 11th Annual Awards Ceremony & Dinner was held in Mies van der Rohe's iconic Crown Hall, on the Illinois Institute of Technology campus, Chicago....

19 September 2012 | Shanghai

Advanced Structural Silicone Glazing

This presentation discussed an advanced engineering evaluation using nonlinear analysis to improve structural silicone glazing (SSG) design in high performance curtain wall systems. High wind...

12 December 2018

Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2018

CTBUH Research

The astronomical growth in tall building construction observed over the past decade continued in 2018, though the total number of completed buildings of 200 meters’...

01 July 2018

How Much Development Can a Rail Station Lead? A Case Study of Hong Kong

Charlie Qiuli Xue & Cong Sun, City University of Hong Kong

Since the concept was first introduced in the 1970s, transit-oriented-development (TOD) has greatly expanded in East Asian cities such as Hong Kong. Rail stations are...

17 October 2016

Cities to Megacities: Perspectives

CTBUH 2016 Conference Speakers

The CTBUH 2016 International Conference is being held in the three cities of the Pearl River Delta, the world’s largest “megacity,” projected to have 120...

16 September 2014

Learning From 50 Years of Hong Kong Skybridges

James Robinson, Hongkong Land

Hongkong Land was instrumental in developing Hong Kong’s famous network of skybridges between buildings. CTBUH Editor Daniel Safarik spoke to James Robinson, Executive Director of...

16 September 2014

Beyond Icons: Developing Horizontally in the Vertical Realm

James Robinson, Hongkong Land Limited; Antony Wood, CTBUH

If the horizontal growth of cities is considered unsustainable in terms of land use, infrastructure, energy use and pollution creation, then cities need to grow...

31 December 2006

Tallest Buildings Completed in 2006

Nina Tower 1 in Hong Kong, at 319 meters high, leads the list of the ten tallest buildings completed in 2006. The Sports City Tower/Aspire...

19 April 2019

Luxury High-Rise Introduced in Ho Chi Minh City

Hongkong Land has just introduced its second condominium project in Ho Chi Minh City – The Marq. Located in the heart of District 1, the...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Hongkong Land Limited

CTBUH 2016 Conference Gold Sponsor

16–21 October 2016

Cities to Megacities: Shaping Dense Vertical Urbanism takes place progressively across three Chinese cities: Shenzhen, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong.

2016 Conference Steering Meeting

16 May 2016

Preparations for the upcoming CTBUH 2016 Conference are now significantly advancing, following a Steering Committee meeting in Hong Kong.

CTBUH 2015 New York Conference Silver+ Sponsor

26–30 October 2015

After a post-recession hiatus in tall building construction in many countries lasting several years, numerous cities are again resurgent.

CTBUH 2014 Shanghai Conference Silver+ Sponsor

16–19 September 2014

The survival of humanity relies on a radical repositioning of our cities to develop them beyond a collection of disparate icons, towards a vision of a Sustainable Vertical Urbanism.

CTBUH Releases Tallest Buildings Completed in 2006

31 December 2006

Nina Tower 1 in Hong Kong, at 319 meters high, leads the list of the ten tallest buildings completed in 2006. The Sports City Tower/Aspire Tower (Doha, United Arab Emirates) at 300 meters, and Eureka Tower (Melbourne, Australia), at 296 meters, were second and third, respectively.