Corporate Milestones

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The Group issues principal amount of USD150,000,000 notes with 5-year maturity. The Notes Issue was well received by the market with enormous demands from investors in Hong Kong, Singapore and Europe. 

SEA Group consortium won tender for West Kowloon Waterfront residential site at record breaking price of HK$17.3 billion.

West Kowloon Waterfront Residential Site
The Group acquired Bank of Scotland’s Headquarter in London at approximately HK$2.6 billion.
33 Old Broad Street

Mr. Lambert Lu was appointed as Chief Executive of the Group.

The Group unlocked value to shareholders through distribution of special cash dividend and restructuring of AGP.

The Group acquired Shouson Hill Properties at approximately HK$1.528 billion.

No.1 Shouson Hill Road East

The Group first issues principal amount of USD 200,000,000 notes with 3-year maturity. The Notes Issue draws overwhelming market response with nearly 8 times oversubscription (with nearly USD 1.6 billion in orders).


SEA Group celebrated the 60th anniversary of its establishment.

SEA Group 60th Anniversary Dinner

The Group acquired the Headquarter of United Kingdom Prudential Regulation Authority at approximately HK$1.5 billion.

20 Moorgate

The Group disposed of the property development project, Chengdu Nova City, at a consideration of HK$0.89 billion.

The Group disposed of Huangshan Project in Mainland China.

The Group disposed of the mixed-used project, Kaifeng Nova City, at a consideration of HK$0.9 billion.

The Group disposed of Dah Sing Financial Center to China Everbright Group (a Fortune Global 500 company) and China Everbright Limited ( stock code: 165) made a record-setting transaction for high quality offices with a significant consideration of HK$10.125 billion.

Dah Sing Financial Centre

The Group acquired the John Sinclair House in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom.

John Sinclair House

The Group disposed of the land at Fo Tan at a consideration of HK$1.4 billion.


Kaifeng Nova City’s pre-sale program was launched.

The Group acquired the remaining interest of Lizard Island Resort Hotel, Australia held by the other shareholder.

Lizard Island Resort

The Group disposed:

  • the 50%-owned Leiyang project in Mainland China and the Christchurch project in New Zealand
  • the commercial podium, all public car parking spaces and all the remaining residential units of The Forest Hills in Hong Kong

The Group disposed the remaining block of Kaikainui Block in New Zealand.


The Group disposed part of Kaikainui Block, Favona Land and whole of Man Street Carpark in New Zealand.

The Group bought an additional piece of land in Longquanyi District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China. Together with the two land lots purchased last year, the total site area increases to 506,000 square metres. They will be developed into a large-scale residential and commercial project.


The Group’s large-scale residential and retail development project at Fo Tan, Hong Kong was approved by the Appeal Committee of Town Planning Board.

Two pieces of land with a total site area of about 288,000 square metres were acquired in Longquanyi District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China and will be developed into a large-scale residential and commercial project.

The Group acquired certain pieces of land in Kaifeng, Henan Province, China with a total site area of 735,000 square metres and it is proposed to be developed into an comprehensive project with large-scale luxury residential and commercial buildings and hotels.

The first batch of units for Phase 1 of The Redbud City, located in Leiyang City, Hunan Province, China was completed and delivered.