Leading today’s property news from around the region, one of America’s best known entrepreneurs crossed the front lines of the current trade war to purchase an 860,000 square metre Shanghai site, as Tesla gears up to start production in China.
Four months after buying a pair of Hong Kong office buildings from Swire Properties for HK$15 billion ($2 billion), a privately-held affiliate of mainland investor Chen Chang Wei’s Hengli Group has reportedly recruited Gaw Capital Partners to take as much… Read More>>
Chinese government-backed China Resources Land announced to the Hong Kong Exchange on Friday that it has teamed up with Shanghai Land and China Life Insurance to launch an RMB 15 billion ($2.7 billion) real estate investment fund. The information was… Read More>>
The Hong Kong government on Tuesday cancelled a land sale for the first time since January 2016, as it withdrew a luxury site near Victoria Peak which it had hoped would bring bids as high as HK$32.3 billion ($4.1 billion).
Singapore’s lust for European real estate assets opens a new chapter this week with news that the city-state’s sovereign wealth fund has spent more than half of a billion dollars to buy an office building in the City of Love…. Read More>>
Financially-troubled HNA Group on Tuesday announced to the Shanghai Exchange that its shareholders have rejected a RMB 1.3 billion ($190 million) deal to sell a Beijing office tower to China Vanke, which the two companies had agreed to in late… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed builder Hopson Development announced last week that it has become the latest mainland buyer of a floor in the Center, a premium office property located in Hong Kong’s Central business district.
The Guangdong-based builder is paying approximately HK$1.1 billion… Read More>>
Hong Kong residents may be sick of the city’s ongoing housing crisis but at least a few thousand of them seem to have found the government’s proposed cure to be worse than the illness. Protests over the weekend lead today’s… Read More>>
Singapore’s CapitaLand is reportedly investing at least RMB 12.79 billion ($1.85 billion) to acquire its most expensive real estate project yet in mainland China, according to accounts in the mainland media.
Southeast Asia’s largest developer would be paying the record… Read More>>
Global insurance giant Allianz is committing an estimated $175 million to a commercial real estate investment fund targetting opportunities in China, managed by Warburg Pincus-backed KaiLong Group.
Allianz announced on Monday that it is taking a 35 percent share in… Read More>>