Singapore’s commercial market continues to show signs of life this month as one of the country’s biggest real estate investment companies puts a CBD office space up for sale. Also in the headlines, Li Ka-shing is still clarifying his succession… Read More>>
Hongkong Land is boosting its presence in Singapore by teaming up with a leading Malaysian developer to build and manage a pair of office towers within the Marina Bay Financial District, the companies announced Monday.
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Leading today’s headlines, Hong Kong wakes up to a new one country, one set of SOEs system, Asia’s biggest REIT pays out 8.7 percent to its unit-holders and Singapore gets ready to put two more public housing projects up for… Read More>>
A pair of Chinese developers has placed the highest bid ever for a Singapore real estate project as a joint venture between Logan Properties and Nanshan Group have offered just over S$1 billion ($722 million) for a residential site, according… Read More>>
Co-working unicorn WeWork is building up a team to bring its shared office platform into Singapore, with mainland competitors URWork and naked Hub also targetting the southeast Asian financial centre.
WeWork is preparing to enter the Singapore co-working space according… Read More>>
A unit of FWD Group, the insurance arm of Richard Li’s Pacific Century Group, has agreed to purchase a 50 percent stake in a Singapore office building from CapitaLand Commercial Trust for S$591.6 million ($424 million), according to an announcement… Read More>>
Mainland investors have gained a reputation for paying top dollar for real estate assets around the world, and now a Shanghai developer may be translating this same pricing strategy to its plan for selling an 11-storey office block in downtown… Read More>>
Singapore-based CapitaLand announced five appointments on Tuesday, shaking up their top management in key positions that will take effect on May 1.
Ronald Tay Boon Hwee will be taking over as chief executive officer of CapitaLand Singapore, from outgoing boss Wen… Read More>>
Singaporean property developer Tuan Sing Holdings has agreed to purchase the Sime Darby Centre commercial building from Stephen Schwarzman’s Blackstone and Malaysia’s Sime Darby Group for S$365 million ($260 million), according to a statement from Tuan Sing to the Singapore… Read More>>
China’s acquisition-happy HNA has captured global headlines again this week with its S$1.39 billion ($990 million) offer for Singaporean logistics services company CWT. Should the mainland conglomerate succeed in that nearly-billion dollar buy, HNA would also instantly make itself a… Read More>>