Singapore players dominated Asia Pacific’s management of private real estate funds in 2019, as CapitaLand, ARA Asset Management and GLP controlled more than a quarter of the region’s assets under management, according to a recent survey by property investment industry… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT survived a steep downturn the city’s retail sector in 2019, recording a 5.6 percent rise in revenue to HK$10.7 billion ($1.4 billion) for the year ending 31 March 2020. That income increase came despite the city’s… Read More>>
A mainland developer leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today as the Shenzhen-based company is planning to raise $1 billion by selling new H-shares to pay down overseas debt.
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The parent company of Regus has helped itself to a space in Hong Kong vacated by rival WeWork, as the balance of power shifts within the flexible office universe.
IWG, which owns Regus and four other flexible office brands, confirmed… Read More>>
Amidst growing friction with Chinese authorities, the US Department of State has put up for sale a residential site in one of Hong Kong’s most exclusive enclaves, and it could be set to sell for nearly a quarter less than… Read More>>
Food leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today as a European hypermarket giant buys a set of grocery stores in Taiwan of from a unit of Hong Kong’s Jardine’s for €97 million ($109 million).
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A Hong Kong property billionaire has agreed to sell his stake in a London REIT for £436 million ($544 million), bringing to a close a long-running battle for control of the trust’s West End real estate portfolio.
Samuel Tak Lee,… Read More>>
Plunging retail sales lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today as shoppers continue to stay away from the high streets in one Asia retail hub, triggering a 36 percent drop in purchases.
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A joint venture between Greenland Group and the Shanghai government has agreed to sell one of the commercial towers in its RMB 100 billion ($14 billion) Greenland Bund Centre to Bank of Shanghai, just five months after Haitong Securities purchased… Read More>>