Make the case presented in the spring of 1996, the background, and identifies the various stakeholders in a large commercial property development in Hong Kong, that is, the Hong Kong Station Development Project. Provides information about the conflicting interests and objectives of the joint venture participants and highlights the risks in the venture. Indicates that some participants may benefit at the expense of the other participants. Written from the perspective of Henderson Land, the main common … Read more »

Make the case presented in the spring of 1996, the background, and identifies the various stakeholders in a large commercial property development in Hong Kong, that is, the Hong Kong Station Development Project. Provides information about the conflicting interests and objectives of the joint venture participants and highlights the risks in the venture. Indicates that some participants may benefit at the expense of the other participants. Written from the perspective of Henderson Land, the main joint venture partner in the project, but basically each partner is in danger and needs safety precautions to consider their position. The goals are twofold: 1) To illustrate how various participants in a multi-partner development project can have conflicting goals and always to the same goal, namely a successful and profitable venture Subscribe development. 2) To project a transport vehicle from the perspective of a joint venture participants design. Also points to the difference in risk between venture as a real estate development project and when completed real estate investments.
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Frederik Pretorius,
Mary Ho
Source: University of Hong Kong
28 pages.
Publication Date: Apr 22, 2003. Prod #: HKU255-PDF-ENG
Henderson Land: The money for the Hong Kong Station Development Project HBR case solution

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