Real estate Developer Shui On Land recently reached agreement to sell its Corporate Avenue 2 project in its Chongqing Tiandi development to Sunshine Life Insurance for RMB 2.4 billion (US$393 million), as the Shanghai-based firm continued to sell off holdings.
Mergers and acquisitions in China’s real estate sector totalled US$6.8 billion through the last week in November, with the value of transactions increasing nearly five times over the mark achieved during the same month of 2012. The deal volume represents… Read More>>
Singaporean mall developer CapitaMalls Asia announced this week that it is investing RMB 2.2 billion (US$361 million) to acquire a mall in Guangzhou, China – its first in the city.
The government-linked developer, which is part of the CapitaLand group… Read More>>
Once the most aggressive developer in Shanghai, SOHO China is reported to be selling three of the 12 projects that it has acquired in Shanghai as the firm may be struggling to implement all of the buildings in its pipeline.
US private equity giant Blackstone made the latest acquisition of China real estate assets by a global finance firm this week when it agreed to buy a 40 percent stake in mall developer SZITIC Commercial Property Co, which is now… Read More>>
China’s real estate companies have captured major headlines for expanding geographically into global real estate markets, and now the country’s biggest developer, China Vanke, is expanding into the finance sector with a $442 million investment into a bank IPO.
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The richest guy in Asia is bearish on China, and is now more than a billion dollars wealthier because of it.
Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing has disposed of his third major real estate asset in Greater China within the… Read More>>
According to local media reports, a fund belonging to Singaporean property firm Ascendas is selling the Cross Tower in downtown Shanghai for approximately RMB 1.67 billion.
The buyer for the 24-storey commercial property is reported to be Hong Kong-based private… Read More>>