Silicon Valley leads the Mingtiandi roundup of Asia real estate headlines today, with news that a US subsidiary of Sino-Ocean controlled Gemini Investments has bought a $170 million office complex in California’s tech hub, while it’s spring sales time in… Read More>>
HNA’s ongoing Hongkong Airlines saga leads the Mingtiandi roundup of Asia news again today as the financially challenged mainland investment conglomerate plays out its own version of Game of Thrones in the boardroom.
In other news around the region, Guangzhou-based… Read More>>
While a strong coffee might be in order after the return to work this morning, today’s real estate headlines are as lively as ever, with news of CapitaLand’s S$5 billion ($3.67 billion) note launch leading the way. The hospitality sector… Read More>>
Stories from Bangalore to Brooklyn their way into Asia’s real estate world today – with a brief stop over in the Bay Area (just the standard Bay Area, without any proclamations of Great-ness).
In Bangalore, Blackstone-backed Embassy Office Parks is… Read More>>
CapitaLand has reached a $391 million first close on its first ever discretionary equity investment fund, according to an announcement today by the Singaporean real estate giant.
The CapitaLand Asia Partners I (CAP I) fund, is dedicated to value-add office… Read More>>
A stabilising credit outlook and higher liquidity are working their magic in Hong Kong and mainland China as stories of rising housing prices in the region lead Mingtiandi’s headline roundup today.
The rising supply of cash may also have helped… Read More>>
CapitaLand announced today a $556 million first closing of its inaugural discretionary real estate debt fund, as Chinese property developers seek to refinance over $41 billion in debt during the first half of 2019.
The fund, named Credo 1, has… Read More>>
CapitaLand announced on Monday that it has topped out the 1.2-million-square-metre Raffles City in Chongqing, a month after the Singapore-listed firm announced the S$11 billion acquisition of fellow government-backed developer Ascendas-Singbridge, its partner in the project.
Now structurally complete, the… Read More>>
Developers headed in opposite directions lead today’s collection of real estate news from around Asia as Singapore’s biggest builder announced that its profits jumped 71 percent in the fourth quarter on the same day that Hong Kong’s Chinese Estates warned… Read More>>
Singapore’s Ascendas-Singbridge announced on Thursday that it has inked a deal with Mitsui & Co to sell 45 percent of its Ascendas Innovation Place and Ascendas Plaza projects in Shanghai to the Japanese conglomerate.
Mitsui acquired its stake in the… Read More>>