A private club in Singapore’s upscale Bukit Timah area is set to make way for more housing in one of the city-state’s most exclusive districts, once its lease expires in three years, as the government continues to expand housing supply.
Apricot Capital, the family office of Singapore instant coffee king David Teo and his family, is buying a mixed-residential and retail property in Bukit Timah for S$105 million ($77 million) as the city-state’s real estate market continues to appeal to… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China Evergrande continues its fight against a winding-up petition filed in a Hong Kong court, a tech park developer backed by Tsinghua University falls foul of its bondholders, and Singapore adds two 99-year… Read More>>
Singapore’s Urban Redevelopment Authority is including a residential site in Bukit Timah on a confirmed list of six sites to be put on the auction block in the second half of this year as authorities move to replenish the city’s… Read More>>
With Singapore’s home prices continuing to climb despite a COVID resurgence, local developer UOL Group seized the chance to replenish its land bank by entering the top bid for a residential redevelopment site in the city-state’s lush Bukit Timah area.
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, sister firms Far East Organization and Sino Group place multiple bids for a Singapore development site, Hongkong Land adds to its pile of sustainability-linked loans, and China’s fresh grads struggle to pay rents… Read More>>
Hammered by typhoons, Hong Kong’s biggest storm might be in the property market as Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines opens today with news of a 48 percent drop in the city’s home sales this week, as investors abandon purchases,… Read More>>
The top real estate stories in the region are all about home sales today, as a major league mainland developer declares a 56 percent jump in new contracts, and housing prices in Hong Kong hit another record high. Meanwhile in… Read More>>