A pair of Hong Kong property consultancy moves leads our roundup of personnel updates from across the region this week, with JLL announcing a new head of research for Greater China, and CBRE bringing on board a long time Savills… Read More>>
Amazon has agreed to occupy around 369,000 square feet (34,281 square metres) of office space at the IOI Central Boulevard Towers skyscraper in Singapore’s downtown core, according to a broker active in the market.
The American e-commerce giant has reached… Read More>>
New leasing volume in Hong Kong’s Grade A office market fell 6.7 percent year-on-year in the first half of 2022 and vacant space hit an all-time peak of 9.8 million square feet (910,450 square metres), as the fifth wave of… Read More>>
Singapore home prices rose at a faster pace in the three months ending 30 June to record their ninth consecutive quarter of growth as tight supply met rising demand fueled by border reopening and builders passed along rising construction costs.
Singapore’s office market continues to heat up with two towers in the city-state’s downtown area nearing sales at a combined S$790 million ($570 million), including a property in the Bugis area which Sun Venture is close to buying from an… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, UK investor Actis prepares to make a large bet on India’s life sciences sector, Hong Kong home prices resume their decline after a brief rebound, and expats recoil from Singapore’s skyrocketing rents.
AEW has agreed to buy an office tower in Singapore’s Jurong East from local investment firm Sun Venture for S$680 million ($488.54 million) in the latest vote of global investor confidence in the city’s rebounding office market, Mingtiandi has learned.
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a Singapore condominium relaunches its collective sale and new properties hit the Lion City market on Cecil Street and in Geylang. Also in the news, US flexible workspace provider Industrious expands in Asia… Read More>>
Top level moves at a pair of Singapore-listed cross-border trusts lead Mingtiandi’s collection of personnel changes from around Asia as Manulife US REIT and ARA US Hospitality REIT announce new appointments. Goldman Sachs also makes the list with a senior… Read More>>
New board appointments in Singapore lead Mingtiandi’s first roundup of personnel moves for May, as CapitaLand’s primary commercial REIT adds a new independent, non-executive director, and SGX-listed Heeton Holdings makes a similar change in its top decision-making body. There are… Read More>>