TE Capital and LaSalle Investment Management have sold out the last of the office floors in their Solitaire on Cecil project in Singapore’s central business district less than three months after the official launch, amid strong demand from family offices… Read More>>
TE Capital and LaSalle Investment Management are close to selling two-thirds of their joint venture office project on Cecil Street in under five months as investors continue to buy up floors in the freehold project in Singapore’s central business district.
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, government support delivers a boost to Chinese property firms’ fundraising efforts as Asia’s biggest economy tries to jump-start its ailing real estate sector.
Financing for Chinese Real Estate Firms Jumped… Read More>>
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>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Yango Group becomes the latest Chinese developer to miss interest payments, compatriot Shimao requests an extension on some of its own debt, and Hong Kong’s Sino Hotels sees a bleak year ahead for… Read More>>
Local private equity firm TE Capital Partners and LaSalle Investment Management have completed the acquisition of an office building on Cecil Street in downtown Singapore for S$323.8 million ($240.6 million), in a bid to ride an office market recovery driven… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Li Ka-shing’s CK Hutchison closes a Watsons shop in Tsim Sha Tsui as Hong Kong tourism dries up, Singapore’s Mapletree acquires a bottling plant in the southern US, and momentum builds for a… Read More>>
China Evergrande’s recent episode involving a disputed plea for government assistance may have spooked the company’s creditors, as reports circulate this week that some of the developer’s biggest lenders are cutting back on loans and other credit to the chronically… Read More>>
Financially troubled Pacific International Lines, Singapore’s largest container shipping company, has put its office building near the city’s Raffles Place central business district on the market for an indicative price of S$350 million ($252 million), a source familiar with the… Read More>>
Despite the market continuing to be quiet across Greater China, Savills’ reported brokering of the RMB 8 Billion ($1.1 billion) sale of LG Group’s Beijing HQ tops Asia’s deal charts this week, with the deal ranking as the biggest transaction… Read More>>