Events in Australia, India and Japan command top coverage in Asia’s real estate industry today with US fund manager AEW adding a Melbourne office tower to its portfolio down under, while warehouse giant ESR takes on another Tokyo area project… Read More>>
Oxley Holdings announced late Thursday that it has received an unsolicited expression of interest in the amount of S$1.025 billion ($758 million) for the Chevron House building at Raffles Place, exactly one year after the Singapore-listed developer completed its purchase… Read More>>
SC Capital Partners has agreed to purchase a community shopping centre in northeastern Singapore from a fund managed by AEW for S$230 million ($169.53 million), according to sources familiar with the transaction who spoke with Mingtiandi.
Singapore-based SC Capital, which… Read More>>
AEW Capital Management has opened a new office in Tokyo, as it expands its Asia Pacific real estate investment business into Japan, according to a recent statement by the Boston-based fund manager.
The Tokyo outpost is led by Steve Bass,… Read More>>
CapitaLand has formed a 50:50 joint venture with US real estate private equity firm AEW to acquire 70 percent of the Pufa Tower in Shanghai’s Lujiazui financial district from a vehicle controlled by HNA Group for RMB 2.75 billion ($402… Read More>>
US real estate private equity firm AEW has reportedly sold a 14-storey boutique serviced apartment building in Hong Kong’s Central district for HK$240 million ($30.66 million), that it had held for just three years, according to a person with knowledge… Read More>>
A joint venture led by real estate investment manager AEW has purchased a 21-storey office tower in Beijing for a total compensation of RMB 4.5 billion ($654 million), according to sources familiar with the transaction who spoke with Mingtiandi.
AEW joined… Read More>>
Global real estate investment manager AEW has achieved the final close of its third Asia Pacific value-added fund with total commitments of $1.12 billion, far surpassing its $750 million fundraising target.
An array of US and Europe-based public and private… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, Florida’s state pension fund is betting $100 million on Asian real estate via a vehicle of Boston-based AEW Capital Management. Also in the headlines, Macau’s Galaxy Entertainment Group is coming to terms with a cleanup of the… Read More>>
AEW Capital Management has been revealed as the buyer behind a recent $226 million (RMB 1.5 billion) deal for Shanghai’s Innov Tower, it was reported today. The Boston-based real estate private equity firm picked up the fully leased office tower… Read More>>