Hong Kong’s Wheelock Properties has crossed the finish line in its bid to privatise its Singapore-listed subsidiary, less than three months after offering to buy out the underperforming stock. Meanwhile up in China, the battle for a slice of the… Read More>>
CapitaLand on Tuesday announced its “office of the future” strategy, which aims to integrate co-working style “flexible office space” into the developer’s traditional commercial projects. The Singaporean real estate giant says it is already at work implementing the new strategy… Read More>>
Online, offline and new skyscrapers all get some ink in today’s real estate news as a mainland home -sharing platform aims to raise $200 million from GIC, a Foster+Partners project breaks ground in Shanghai and KPMG predicts big things for… Read More>>
Southeast Asia’s largest developer, CapitaLand, has doubled its investment in the US with a single, $835 million purchase of a portfolio of multifamily properties, according to an announcement by the Singaporean company this week.
The government-linked developer’s CapitaLand International subsidiary… Read More>>
With the real estate world getting ready for the sprint to the end of 2018, there are still a few professionals jockeying for new positions across Asia as we pass the mid-point in September. This week a CapitaLand veteran takes… Read More>>
This week in Mingtiandi’s collection of real estate industry executives taking on new roles, a Fosun veteran takes the lead at the education unit of the company’s real estate division, and at the same time that Jack Ma says that… Read More>>
It’s been a busy week for Southeast Asia’s biggest real estate developer, as CapitaLand today announced its VND 1.38 billion ($58.98 million) acquisition of a site in the eastern suburbs of Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City.
The acquisition of the… Read More>>
CapitaLand announced on August 27th that the company is selling its 70 percent stake in the Westgate shopping centre in Singapore to its CapitaLand Mall Trust (CMT) affiliate for S$789.6 million ($578.6 million). The transaction, which is expected to be… Read More>>
CapitaLand has named 43-year-old Lee Chee Koon, the current group chief investment officer, as president and group chief executive officer of Southeast Asia’s largest real estate developer, according to an announcement dated 28 August and posted to the company’s website.
A CapitaLand-City Developments (CDL) joint bid won a government tender for a 3.7 hectare mixed-use site in northeastern Singapore with a bid of S$777.78 million ($566 million), according to announcements by the two companies.
In their first cooperation since 2007,… Read More>>