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Active in the Asia region for over 25 years, our activities focus on Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area, Shanghai and the Yangtze River Delta, and Tokyo. Responsible for over HK£10.0bn of property assets, our investment and development activities are focused on the residential, office and retail sectors, with new initiatives being developed in prop-tech and digital innovation.
Our Greater China business predominantly operates through strategic investment, joint-ventures with like-minded, best-in-class partners, combining international knowledge with local expertise to provide high-quality service and value-added returns. Meanwhile, our Tokyo business focuses on proprietary development, investment and asset management.
Our purpose is to improve property and places to deliver lasting commercial, social and environmental benefit – adopting a farsighted perspective to address today’s needs while taking responsibility for those of future generations.
Complementing our significant office joint-venture in Taikoo Place, alongside Swire Properties, we continue to invest in carefully targeted neighbourhoods in Hong Kong, with a focus on residential development and value-creating retail opportunities.
A commitment to the communities in which we invest, in addition to quality and design, are at the heart of our investment philosophy.
Since entering the market in 2004, we have expanded into the Yangtze River Delta Region in Nanjing in 2018 through a strategic partnership with a reputable Chinese conglomerate.
We will continue to deepen our local presence through partnerships that share Grosvenor’s values and commitment to communities.
Active since 2001, our Tokyo team is primarily engaged in residential development and value add projects, and in recent years, has developed its high street retail acquisition and asset management capabilities.
Through our deep local presence, including membership in the Keidanren, we are able to work with key business leaders here to both undertake new projects and address important social issues.