CTBUH Silver Member

Swire Properties Ltd

About

Member Since: 2016

Member Offices: Hong Kong

Website: http://www.swireproperties.com

Swire Properties sees their role as much more than that of a developer of buildings for sale.

They are convinced that the application of core values of integrity, originality, long-term focus and quality will bring substantial and long-lasting value to their customers and stakeholders. With this in mind, Swire Properties sets about creating inspiring and integrated spaces where people want to spend time: to live, work and to enjoy life to the full.

Fields of Expertise

Developer; Owner (Buildings, Land); Property Management

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2016

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

One Island East

298.1 m / 978 ft

2

HKRI Centre One

250 m / 820 ft

3

One Taikoo Place

228.6 m / 750 ft

4

Shangri-La Hotel

213.1 m / 699 ft

5

TaiKoo Hui Tower 1

212 m / 695 ft

6

Pinnacle One

200 m / 656 ft

7

Conrad Hong Kong

198.9 m / 653 ft

8

Two Taikoo Place

191 m / 627 ft

9

Oxford House Time Warner

188 m / 617 ft

10

Three Pacific Place

182 m / 597 ft

Building Completions Timeline

 

Videos

20 October 2016

Skyscrapers in Hong Kong

Thursday October 20, 2016. Hong Kong, China. Eric Ma of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region presents at the 2016 China Conference Plenary 6: Hong Kong...

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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

23 March 2021

New Retail Complex Reaches Completion in Hong Kong

A vibrant all-embracing urban center is often regarded as necessary for building a strong sense of identity and sense of place among residents and visitors;...

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Associated companies

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

One Brickell City Centre

Miami

317 m

1,040 ft

2

One Island East

Hong Kong

298 m

978 ft

3

HKRI Centre One

Shanghai

250 m

820 ft

4

One Taikoo Place

Hong Kong

229 m

750 ft

5

Shangri-La Hotel

Hong Kong

213 m

699 ft

6

TaiKoo Hui Tower 1

Guangzhou

212 m

695 ft

7

Pinnacle One

Chengdu

200 m

656 ft

8

Conrad Hong Kong

Hong Kong

199 m

653 ft

9

OBCC

Miami

193 m

634 ft

10

Two Taikoo Place

Hong Kong

191 m

627 ft

11

Oxford House Time Warner

Hong Kong

188 m

617 ft

12

Three Pacific Place

Hong Kong

182 m

597 ft

13

Azura

Hong Kong

177 m

581 ft

14

Ocean Shores Tower 1-3

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

14

Ocean Shores Tower 15

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

14

Ocean Shores Tower 16-17

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

14

Ocean Shores Tower 5

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

14

Ocean Shores Tower 6

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

14

Ocean Shores Tower 7

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

14

Ocean Shores Tower 8

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

14

Ocean Shores Tower 9-10

Hong Kong

174 m

572 ft

22

HKRI Centre Two

Shanghai

173 m

568 ft

23

Dorset House/PCCW Tower

Hong Kong

172 m

564 ft

24

Ocean Shores Tower 11-13

Hong Kong

171 m

562 ft

25

Arezzo

Hong Kong

170 m

558 ft

26

Alassio

Hong Kong

169 m

553 ft

27

TaiKoo Hui Tower 2

Guangzhou

165 m

541 ft

28

J.W. Marriott and The Upper House

Hong Kong

165 m

540 ft

29

One Pacific Place

Hong Kong

162 m

531 ft

30

Jade at Brickell Bay

Miami

161 m

528 ft

31

Les Saisons

Hong Kong

160 m

525 ft

32

North Squared

Miami

159 m

522 ft

33

Cambridge House

Hong Kong

159 m

522 ft

34

Rise

Miami

159 m

520 ft

35

EAST, Miami

Miami

157 m

516 ft

36

Reach

Miami

153 m

503 ft

37

Robinson Place Tower A

Hong Kong

153 m

501 ft

38

Robinson Place Tower B

Hong Kong

150 m

493 ft

39

Asia

Miami

147 m

483 ft

40

Three Tequesta Point

Miami

146 m

480 ft

41

Argenta

Hong Kong

139 m

456 ft

42

Berkshire House

Hong Kong

137 m

450 ft

43

Taikoo Hui Mandarin Oriental Hotel

Guangzhou

128 m

420 ft

44

Two Tequesta Point

Miami

125 m

410 ft

45

Carbonell Condominium

Miami

124 m

407 ft

46

Devon House

Hong Kong

118 m

387 ft

47

Lincoln House

Hong Kong

106 m

349 ft

48

Cityplaza 1

Hong Kong

105 m

345 ft

49

EDEN

Singapore

105 m

343 ft

50

The Floridian

Miami Beach

103 m

337 ft

51

Courts Brickell Key

Miami

102 m

336 ft

52

Cornwall House

Hong Kong

93 m

304 ft

53

Warwick House

Hong Kong

90 m

296 ft

54

Banyan Mansion

Hong Kong

87 m

284 ft

54

Kin On Mansion

Hong Kong

87 m

284 ft

54

Ko On Mansion

Hong Kong

87 m

284 ft

54

Pine Mansion

Hong Kong

87 m

284 ft

58

Hing On Mansion

Hong Kong

85 m

278 ft

58

Ning On Mansion

Hong Kong

85 m

278 ft

58

Po On Mansion

Hong Kong

85 m

278 ft

58

Shun On Mansion

Hong Kong

85 m

278 ft

62

Cityplaza 4

Hong Kong

83 m

271 ft

63

Cityplaza 3

Hong Kong

82 m

269 ft

64

Mount Parker Residences

Hong Kong

82 m

268 ft

65

Foong Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Fu Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Fu Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Heng Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Kam Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Loong Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Lu Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Nan Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Po Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Tai Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Tien Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Tung Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Wah Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

65

Yee Shan Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

266 ft

79

Begonia Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

265 ft

79

Lotus Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

265 ft

79

Marigold Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

265 ft

79

Nam Hoi Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

265 ft

79

Pak Hoi Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

265 ft

79

Primrose Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

265 ft

79

Tung Hoi Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

265 ft

79

Wisteria Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

265 ft

87

Juniper Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

264 ft

87

Maple Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

264 ft

87

Oak Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

264 ft

87

Willow Mansion

Hong Kong

81 m

264 ft

91

Chi Sing Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

263 ft

91

Hang Sing Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

263 ft

91

Hoi Sing Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

263 ft

91

Kam Sing Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

263 ft

91

Ngan Sing Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

263 ft

91

Tien Sing Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

263 ft

91

Wai Sing Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

263 ft

91

Yiu Sing Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

263 ft

99

Choi Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

99

Fu Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

99

Heng Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

99

Hoi Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

99

Kai Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

99

King Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

99

Kwan Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

99

Nam Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

99

Yat Tien Mansion

Hong Kong

80 m

261 ft

108

Chai Kung Mansion

Hong Kong

79 m

260 ft

108

Han Kung Mansion

Hong Kong

79 m

260 ft

108

Hsia Kung Mansion

Hong Kong

79 m

260 ft

108

Ming Kung Mansion

Hong Kong

79 m

260 ft

108

Tang Kung Mansion

Hong Kong

79 m

260 ft

108

Tsui Kung Mansion

Hong Kong

79 m

260 ft

108

Yen Kung Mansion

Hong Kong

79 m

260 ft

108

Yuan Kung Mansion

Hong Kong

79 m

260 ft

116

Opus Hong Kong

Hong Kong

60 m

197 ft

117

28 Hennessy Road

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

118

Eight Star Street

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

119

Dunbar Place

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

120

HKRI Centre Hotel

Shanghai

- m

- ft

121

Citygate Outlets New Extension and The Silveri Hong Kong – MGallery

Hong Kong

- m

- ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

16 Years

Most Common Function*

Residential (75%), 89 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (96%), 95 Buildings

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

Total: 118 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 99 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 118 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.

 

20 October 2016 | Hong Kong

Skyscrapers in Hong Kong

Thursday October 20, 2016. Hong Kong, China. Eric Ma of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region presents at the 2016 China Conference Plenary 6: Hong Kong...

17 October 2016 | Shenzhen

CTBUH 2016 China Conference - Session 3a: Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Q&A

Monday, October 17, 2016. Shenzhen, China. Richard Witt, Quadrangle Architects; James von Klamperer Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates; Keith Griffiths, Aedas; Peter Brannan, Arquitectonica answer questions...

17 October 2016 | Shenzhen

CTBUH Video Interview – Peter Brannan

Peter Brannan of Arquitectonica is interviewed by Chris Bentley during the 2016 CTBUH China Conference. Peter discusses the Brickell City Center Development in Miami as...

17 October 2016 | Shenzhen

Shifting Urban Gravity, from “Central to Core” Business Districts

In the age of the multi-million inhabitant city, the concept of a single, concentrated Central Business District is increasingly becoming unsustainable. As we are seeing...

17 October 2016 | Shenzhen

The Roots of Tall Buildings: Connecting the City

This presentation investigated the integration of tall tower, mixed-use developments and how they connect with the city and the public when they meet the ground....

26 October 2015 | New York City

The Inevitability of Global Adaptation: Eastern and Western Developers Practicing Internationally

For architecture and engineering firms working for development clients who build large-scale urban projects in various corners of the world, the effort is often facilitated...

17 September 2014 | Shanghai

A New Level of Integration of Design and Construction Solutions

The Dazongli mixed use development in the center of Shanghai city encounters an array of challenges which result from existing buildings on site and city...

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’...

17 October 2016

Shifting Urban Gravity, from “Central to Core” Business Districts

Tim Blackburn, Swire Properties

In the age of the multi-million inhabitant city, the concept of a single, concentrated Central Business District is increasingly becoming unsustainable. As we are seeing...

17 October 2016

The Roots of Tall Buildings: Connecting the City

Peter Brannan, Arquitectonica

This paper investigates the integration of tall tower, mixed-use developments and how they connect with the city and the public when they meet the ground....

17 October 2016

Shifting Urban Gravity, from “Central” To “Core” Business Districts

Tim Balckburn, Swire Properties

In the age of the multi-million inhabitant city, the traditional concept of a single Central Business District (CBD) is becoming increasingly unrealistic. As we 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

A New Level of Integration of Design and Construction Solutions

Dr. Hongyu Li & Frankie Nip, AECOM

The Dazongli mixed use development in the center of Shanghai city encounters an array of challenges which result from existing buildings on site and city...

31 December 2008

Tallest Buildings Completed in 2008

CTBUH Research

Against the backdrop of global economic crisis, 2008 witnessed the most successful year of skyscraper construction to date, with more skyscrapers constructed globally within a...

23 March 2021

New Retail Complex Reaches Completion in Hong Kong

A vibrant all-embracing urban center is often regarded as necessary for building a strong sense of identity and sense of place among residents and visitors;...

09 December 2020

Hong Kong Tower Set for Completion in 2022

Swire Properties announced earlier that an agreement has been reached to sell the group’s entire interest in the office building Cityplaza One. It was also...

18 April 2019

New Singapore High-Rise will be Veiled in Hanging Gardens

Heatherwick Studio has revealed the first images of EDEN, a new residential tower in Singapore featuring a series of lush hanging gardens, the practice’s first...

04 April 2018

Miami’s One Brickell City Centre Resubmitted to FAA

Swire Properties has once again filed plans with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to build a supertall tower at Brickell City Centre in Miami. According...

04 April 2018

Miami’s One Brickell City Centre Resubmitted to FAA

Swire Properties has once again filed plans with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to build a supertall tower at Brickell City Centre in Miami. According...

04 April 2018

Miami’s One Brickell City Centre Resubmitted to FAA

Swire Properties has once again filed plans with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to build a supertall tower at Brickell City Centre in Miami. According...

04 April 2018

Miami’s One Brickell City Centre Resubmitted to FAA

Swire Properties has once again filed plans with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to build a supertall tower at Brickell City Centre in Miami. According...

04 April 2018

Miami’s One Brickell City Centre Resubmitted to FAA

Swire Properties has once again filed plans with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to build a supertall tower at Brickell City Centre in Miami. According...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Swire Properties Limited

CTBUH 2016 Conference Platinum Sponsor

16–21 October 2016

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

CTBUH Florida: Construction Tour of Brickell City Centre

30 August 2016

The CTBUH Florida Chapter hosted a construction tour of Brickell City Centre, a billion-dollar shopping and mixed-use project that spans five blocks in downtown Miami.

Miami Grows Up

16–20 February 2015

Daniel Safarik, CTBUH China Office Director & Journal Editor, visited Miami to engage with firms, welcome new members, and gain a understanding of a fast growing tall building market.

Four-City Tour Generates Strong Shanghai Conference Support

14–18 October 2013

Preparations for the 2014 CTBUH Conference are now underway. Executive Director Antony Wood embarked on a four-city tour, meeting with more than 30 companies over the course of 10 days.

Hong Kong & Shenzhen Tour Report: Touring Two Tall Cities

22–23 September 2012

Delegates from the Congress flew to Hong Kong to visit one of the tallest cities in the world. The second day included a side trip to Shenzhen, including a private tour of KK100.

CTBUH Releases Tallest Buildings Completed in 2008

31 December 2008

Against the backdrop of global economic crisis, 2008 witnessed the most successful year of skyscraper construction to date, with more skyscrapers constructed globally within a single year than ever before and the average height of the tallest ten constructed in 2008 rising to 319 meters.