In Mingtiandi’s latest roundup of regional news headlines, consumers in China’s lower-tier cities are embracing global luxury brands, Singapore says foreign buying of homes fell to a 17-year low in 2020, and Thailand approves property tax and fee cuts to… Read More>>
China’s housing market has heated up after an extended dry spell, and with developer appetites for land surging, Hong Kong’s Li Ka-shing has decided to sell off a mixed-use project in Chengdu while the sun is still shining.
Sunac China Holdings has racked up RMB 16.31 billion ($2.32 billion) in land and property acquisitions in less than two weeks, extending a buying binge in second-tier cities and further boosting the Tianjin-based developer’s outsize project pipeline.
On 6 December,… Read More>>
After selling a pair of mainland commercial properties late last year for a combined RMB 5.56 billion, Singapore’s ARA Asset Management this month entered into a joint venture to buy a Chengdu retail property from a Tishman Speyer-managed fund.
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Many people in China love hot pot, but the government of a Chengdu is taking that devotion a bit further with plans for a 1,500 square metre (16,146 square foot) temple to the bubbling spicy stew, and one of the… Read More>>
Each year, investors, analysts and consultants devote considerable energy in researching which cities in the region are most favourable for real estate investment. Industry think tanks rank dozens of urban centres for their investment potential and top property consultancies produce… Read More>>
Global brokerage Colliers International is reshuffling its leadership team in China, naming an industrial and consulting veteran as head of West China while revealing that another top executive is now co-head of the company’s China business.
Colliers has appointed Sean… Read More>>
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) is deepening its partnership with top Chinese developer Longfor Properties by investing RMB 4.2 billion ($662 million) in two new mixed-use projects in the cities of Chengdu and Shanghai, the pension fund manager… Read More>>
Sino Land became the latest Hong Kong developer to unload a mainland project by selling off 80 percent of a residential-led development in the southwestern China city of Chengdu to a Shenzhen-listed developer for HK$10.51 billion ($1.34 billion).
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Los Angeles-based real estate agency CBRE has bolstered its mainland leadership team this week, with Andrew Deng taking the reins as Managing Director for Western China. Based in Chengdu, Deng will oversee the company’s platform and business lines in the… Read More>>