GDS Holdings has agreed to acquire a data centre campus in Beijing for RMB 2.5 billion ($348 million) as the company ramps up its capacity to keep up with the rising demand for cloud and digital technology across China, according… Read More>>
Shimao Properties, mainland China’s eleventh largest developer by contracted sales, has agreed to pay RMB 850 million ($115 million) for a residential site in Beijing, according to the city’s Land Bureau.
The Hong Kong-listed developer controlled by tycoon Hui Wing… Read More>>
China Overseas Land & Investment (COLI) has teamed up with the real estate arm of state-owned steel company Shougang to win a 61,100 square metre (657,674 square foot) residential site in Beijing for RMB 5.1 billion ($730 million), according to… Read More>>
Singapore’s GIC is buying out its partner’s half-stake in a Beijing office building for around RMB 3.03 billion ($433 million), as the sovereign wealth fund bets on the capital’s emerging business district.
GIC is purchasing the 50 percent stake in… Read More>>
Soho China is said to be looking to sell a RMB 61 billion ($8.6 billion) portfolio of commercial properties in Beijing and Shanghai, with potential buyers including Blackstone and Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC.
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LimeTree Capital has acquired a portfolio of nine underground car parks in Beijing for RMB 761 million ($107 million) from Soho China, as the private equity company increases its holdings of what it calls an “undervalued and under-researched” asset.
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After its founder filed for personal bankruptcy in the US just last week, Chinese tech startup LeEco has seen its Beijing headquarters put up for sale by the capital’s courts after the electronics-to-video streaming group failed to make payment on… Read More>>
A joint venture between Allianz Real Estate and funds managed by Alpha Investment Partners has agreed to invest €1 billion ($1.1 billion) to acquire a Beijing commercial complex from Warburg Pincus-backed developer D&J China, according to announcements by the companies.
Keppel Land China, the mainland property arm of Keppel Corporation, has announced that it is acquiring an office building in Beijing for RMB 178.6 million ($25 million), as the company pushes forward with plans to grow its commercial real estate… Read More>>
With its erstwhile owner ensconced in at Manhattan penthouse hurling insults at China’s ruling communist party, a Beijing office tower was sold for RMB 5.2 billion ($730 million) this week on a bad asset website operated by Alibaba’s Taobao.
Yu… Read More>>