A Chinese real estate giant isn’t the first act from out of town to have its hopes turn into roadkill on LA’s boulevard of broken dreams, but that may not make Shanghai’s Greenland Group feel any better about its latest… Read More>>
The global co-working craze has spread to Southeast Asia, where Amsterdam-based Spaces is raising its profile by preparing to open two more shared workspace venues in Bangkok and Jakarta.
Spaces, a subsidiary of serviced office giant IWG (the parent company… Read More>>
Three mainland Chinese firms are buying up office properties in the City of London financial district this month for a total of £352.5 million ($465 million), in a flurry of deals revealed last week.
An affiliate of Beijing Guorui Holdings… Read More>>
Just over a year after Kailong Real Estate Investment sold off a former hotel that it had converted into a co-working centre in Shanghai, the Warburg Pincus-backed firm is said to have bought the Kings Hotel in Hong Kong’s Wanchai… Read More>>
CLSA Capital Partners is reportedly close to selling Zing!, a retail tower in the heart of Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district, for HK$1.9 billion ($243 million) to a Macau-based consortium.
The Hong Kong-based alternative asset manager is expected to… Read More>>
A fund managed by Gaw Capital Partners has agreed to pay S$342 million ($253 million) for PoMo, a nine-storey office and retail complex in central Singapore, as the city-state’s real estate investment market continues to gather steam.
The Hong Kong… Read More>>
German insurance giant Allianz Group is ramping up its real estate investments in China by partnering with Gaw Capital and TH Real Estate on a planned $2 billion fund targetting high-end outlet malls across the country.
The vehicle, ERES APAC… Read More>>
In this week’s edition of People in the News, a top executive at a formerly troubled Shenzhen developer is joining the board of another builder in the southern Chinese megacity, while an asset management expert is upgrading his title at… Read More>>
Singapore’s Ho Bee Land is stepping up the scale of its British acquisitions, as the property group is said to be making a play for a £200 million ($265 million) office block in the City of London. The impending deal… Read More>>
The Hong Kong government has awarded a waterfront site in Cheung Sha Wan to a consortium of five Hong Kong and mainland developers for HK$17.28 billion ($2.21 billion), breaking price records for residential land in the city.
The winning consortium,… Read More>>