In its fourth major Indian deal in less than a year, Singapore’s GIC is set to purchase up to 50 percent of Mumbai-based developer Provenance Land for 10 billion rupees ($147 million), according to a report in the Economic Times.
China’s clampdown on outbound capital may have brought low once-powerful investors such as Dalian Wanda and HNA, but at least some players still have some cash to spend across the border, as a company controlled by directors of Shenzhen-based developer… Read More>>
An index of property shares on the Singapore stock market rose by around 16 percent in the first half of 2018, but even that healthy increase hasn’t been enough to prevent Hong Kong-listed Wheelock and Company from seeking to take… Read More>>
Less than two months after buying a $771 million site in central Singapore, SGX-listed UOL Group has taken its 2018 expansion program to Jakarta by purchasing 180 apartments at the city’s Thamrin Nine development and inking a deal to manage a… Read More>>
Singapore’s sales of new homes residential sales plummeted 41.7 percent in June compared to July, with the slump in transaction volumes coming just before city authorities boosted the stamp duty on home purchases by as much as 50 percent as… Read More>>
In what would be its first Singapore deal, UK property developer Chelsfield is said to be closing in on an acquisition of the Manulife Centre on Singapore’s Bras Basah Road in the latest sign of ongoing growth in the city-state’s… Read More>>
A Chinese online-to-offline (O2O) coffee startup is claiming a $1 billion valuation, and unicorn status, after raising $200 million from a group that includes Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, GIC.
Beijing-based Luckin Coffee (瑞幸咖啡), which combines mobile apps, WeChat integration and… Read More>>
Extending its antipodean buying spree, Logos Property has agreed to acquire a 10-hectare site in Auckland to develop a 55,000-square-metre logistics facility. The deal, the first in the country for the regional warehouse developer, comes after a rush of transactions… Read More>>
A unit of Chinese financial giant Ping An is acquiring almost a fifth of China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) in the group’s third major acquisition of a stake in a top publicly listed developer in the last three years.
The RMB… Read More>>
Allianz has acquired its first Beijing office building as the German financial giant works to substantially boost its China holdings.
The company’s real estate investment division, Allianz Real Estate, purchased ZLink, a business park complex in the city’s Zhongguancun high… Read More>>