US real estate private equity firm AEW has reportedly sold a 14-storey boutique serviced apartment building in Hong Kong’s Central district for HK$240 million ($30.66 million), that it had held for just three years, according to a person with knowledge… Read More>>
China’s second-tier cities may be in for a round of land price corrections in 2019, judging by a recent tepid land auction in Nanjing.
At an auction of six plots in the city of over eight million people this past… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s real estate market is likely to see another compulsory sale application after local agency-turned-property investment firm Winland Group purchased 96 percent ownership of the Sun On Mansion in Causeway Bay for HK$2.17 billion ($280 million), according to a… Read More>>
China Vanke has announced to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that its logistics real estate fund has shuffled investors, with the investment vehicle shrinking by over 50 percent to RMB 2.95 billion ($430 million).
Vanke, China’s second-largest real estate developer… Read More>>
Hong Kong private equity firm Gaw Capital and property developer China SCE Group Holdings have agreed to establish a long-term rental apartment investment platform in China backed by initial funding of $800 million, China SCE has announced.
The joint venture aims… Read More>>
A joint venture invested by Sunac China is selling an under-construction commercial project in Shanghai’s Lujiazui area to an insurer controlled by mainland sovereign wealth fund CIC for RMB 3.09 billion ($390 million), according to an announcement to the Hong… Read More>>
Property conglomerate Wanda Group has announced the signing of an agreement with the municipal government of Yan’an, in the remote reaches of Shaanxi province, to build a Communist Party theme park in the city recognised as the birthplace of China’s communist… Read More>>
Distressed mainland conglomerate HNA Group has reportedly taken a big loss on properties it owned in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay district, selling them off this past week for HK$70 million less than what it paid for them just last year.
SUNeVision Holdings, a subsidiary of property giant Sun Hung Kai Properties, has won the tender for a data centre site in Hong Kong’s Tseung Kwan O district for HK$5.456 billion ($700 million), outbidding six other developers.
An announcement by the… Read More>>
China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) has announced to the Shanghai Stock Exchange that it will accept debt financing of up to RMB 6 billion ($870 million) from Ping An Asset Management, the second-largest shareholder in the developer and a unit… Read More>>