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Kitty Zhang | Colliers | Hong Kong

Kitty Zhang

M.Sc, B.A.

Senior Manager

Industrial Services

License # S-565968

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Professional Summary

Kitty has over 4 years experiences in industrial property leasing in Hong Kong Market, particularly in the representation of tenants who are aiming at expanding their business from Mainland China to Hong Kong or through Hong Kong to overseas. Most of time, Kitty play a role of link-bridge of the industrial demands between Hong Kong and Mainland China.

And she is specialized in providing wide range of one-stop services for the tenant and landlord to drive their business by strategic advices, financial analysis, especially by optimization of the leasing portfolio to find the optimum solution to match their requirements of setting new project, relocation or renewal from various type of industrial properties like multi-storey industrial buildings, ramp access warehouses and open storages with diversified use of properties such as logistics centre, e-commerce centre, data centre, pharmaceutical laboratories, vehicle repair shop, food production factory as well as studio.


Kitty has helped the various clients from Mainland China, Hong Kong and overseas to lease the satisfied industrial properties through excellent skills of communication, negotiation and coordination.


Master of Science - Sustainable Urban Development, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Bachelor of Administration - Real Estate Operation & Management, Shandong Jianzhu University

Exchange Student in Business Management, I-Shou University




StockX, ZTE, OUHK, HKAir Logistics, Banggood, Gshopper, Carrier


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