In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a UK data centre operator’s Chinese owners consider selling out, a Korean sovereign wealth fund shakes up its leadership, and Hong Kong’s “Shop King” is sued over an unpaid debt.
Four years after undertaking a $19.7 billion plan to achieve a back-door listing on a mainland exchange, China Evergrande’s announcement of that scheme’s failure leads Mingtiandi’s collection of real estate news from around the region.
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India continues to make headlines this week as Brookfield strikes a deal to buy $2 billion in commercial assets from a Bengaluru-based developer, just days after Blackstone inked its own $1.6 billion deal.
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Hong Kong is back to work after last week’s holiday, but the city’s real estate market doesn’t seem to be able to catch a break with Tsim Sha Tsui losing its Cartier shop as retail woes continue.
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The importance of tech occupiers to Asia’s office landlords was underlined yet again today when Amazon was reported to be taking over three floors in a trophy office tower in Singapore from Citigroup.
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Indian appeal leads Asia’s real estate headlines today as the recent success of the Mindspace office park REIT appears to be sparking more private equity investment on the subcontinent.
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Indian office REITs lead today’s real estate news from around Asia as Brookfield Asset Management gets ready to list its first real estate trust on the subcontinent, as Blackstone celebrates the success of its second such offering.
Hong Kong’s priciest district leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines as the average vacancy level across the once red hot office market has soared to 8.5% – its highest since 2009.
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Asia’s largest real estate investment trust leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that the Hong Kong-listed REIT has withdrawn from talks to back a cash-strapped UK shopping centre owner’s £1… Read More>>
CBRE tops the deal charts this week after its team assisted a Warburg Pincus-backed JV in acquiring a 25,780 square metre (277,493 square foot) office tower in Beijing.
Also in mainland China, Shenzhen-based commercial real estate agency BlackHills scored with… Read More>>