Leading today’s news, Bloomberg spills on the complaints that forced Singapore’s GIC to complain about the GLP sale to the warehouse developer’s management. In other headlines, a group headed by Chinese President Xi Jinping announced it would step up scrutiny… Read More>>
Singapore’s CapitaLand continues to ramp up its Vietnam presence as the city-state’s biggest developer suggested that it would consider building one of its Raffles City commercial projects in Ho Chi Minh City.
The signature development comes as part of a… Read More>>
Serviced residence provider The Ascott Limited has partnered with Singapore Management University to open a 32,000 square foot (3,000 square metre) residential laboratory to explore new habitats for Asia’s millennials as the potential for co-living catches the attention of some… Read More>>
Being obscenely rich just continues to get tougher in China’s erstwhile party paradise as Beijing has now shut down 100 golf course in the last five years. Also in the headlines today, the mainland real estate market bounced back to… Read More>>
Monday’s news features GIC spending $720 million on Warehouses in Indonesia, China busting $148 billion in underground banking operations as part of its ongoing battle to keep cash within its borders, new levels of tiny for Hong Kong apartments and… Read More>>
China’s biggest billionaire is promising to make investors all a bit richer if they back his plan to de-list Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties in Hong Kong. Also, a major Singaporean developer buys a business park in the UK and China… Read More>>
A flood of new money lifted China’s average home prices by the fastest rate in nearly two years last month, but the support didn’t come fast enough to help out the profits of some of the region’s biggest developers. Plus,… Read More>>
China’s second largest developer has now won approval to build Europe’s tallest homes along Canary Wharf, while a Singaporean serviced apartment operator ties up with the mainland’s biggest construction firm to open more units in China. Also a bit more… Read More>>
China’s unused apartments might soon become serviced apartments or vacation rentals after Singapore’s CapitaLand agreed to invest a total of $87 million with online apartment sharing platform Tujia.com
Tujia, which is frequently referred to as the AirBnB of China, received… Read More>>
This week China’s real estate community sees a familiar face turning up at a Dutch fund manager, new leadership for an agency’s office team in Beijing, and many more moves. Read on for details.
Joelin Ma is now Senior Portfolio… Read More>>