Goodman’s business in Asia spans Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR and Japan. Our long-term strategy emphasises the importance of locations, maintaining growth sustainably and making safety a priority.
Our properties in Asia are designed to suit our customers’ needs in land-constrained environments. They have high-quality amenities to promote health and happiness and are designed with a sustainable focus.
- Date of establishment 2006
- AUM $18.6bn
- Properties 64
- Space under management 5.7m sqm
- WIP $3.3bn
- Managed Partnerships 5
- Occupancy 98.3%
The Rambler, located at Goodman Interlink in Hong Kong SAR, is a refreshing space for our customers, their employees and their guests to socialise and recharge. It is equipped with modern facilities, digital kiosks, dining areas, a 24-hour pantry and healthy menu choices. Sustainability is central too; food waste is avoided with surplus food donated to charity organisation Food Angel, which redistributes to underprivileged local communities.
With safety a priority across Goodman’s operations, our business in Asia is focusing on bringing our global safety standards to the region, constantly seeking innovation from development projects through to building maintenance. For example, roof height safety systems have been installed across Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR and Japan to help safeguard the well-being of maintenance teams and prevent falls while cleaning or during maintenance inspections.