Asia Pacific Region
Leadership & Offices
Hines entered China in Beijing in 1996 and since then has acquired, managed and developed more than 3.2 million square feet of office, retail and residential properties. Projects include Embassy Palace, a high-end apartment community in Dongzhimen; Hyundai Motor Tower, an international quality office tower in the Third Embassy area; and Park Avenue, a 1000-unit for-sale residential community near Chaoyang Park.
Hines entered Shanghai in 2005 and has acquired, managed and developed more than 6.7 million square feet of office, retail and residential properties. Projects include 21st Century Tower, a 200-meter tall tower located in the center of the Pudong Financial District and One Museum Place, a 250-meter tall landmark office tower located in the downtown area of Shanghai.
Hong Kong / Greater Bay Area / Southern China
Central, Hong Kong
852 3651 6198
Hines established its Hong Kong office in 2019 to manage development, acquisitions, and business development opportunities in Hong Kong and Southern China. In 2020, Hines opened an office in Shenzhen to further support efforts across the Greater Bay Area.
Hines entered Australia in Sydney in 2012 and since then has acquired, managed and developed more than 1.4 million square feet across nine projects in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. In addition to core acquisitions, Hines Australia has taken on major repositioning efforts including 260 Queen Street and 348 Edward in Brisbane, and new developments including two Hines T3 (Timber, Transit and Technology) office buildings in Melbourne.
1-2-7 Motoakasaka, Minato-ku
81 3 6890 3205
Hines opened its central Tokyo office in 2017. Initially established by the Capital Markets Group, Hines Tokyo expanded in 2020 and now serves as a regional office focused on development, acquisitions and investment/asset management throughout Japan.
10, Gukjegeumyung-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu
82 2 6138 4401
South Korea is a powerful, growing economy in Asia. Hines Korea is currently providing investment advisory services to professional investors by its FSC (Financial Services Commission) registered subsidiary Hines Korea Advisors Co. Ltd., and managing relationships with major institutions. In 2020, Hines will grow its presence in South Korea with the opening of a regional investment and development office.