Top level moves at developers in mainland China and Singapore lead this week’s collection of real estate people moves from around Asia Pacific as Guocoland’s CFO abruptly departs the company and Guangzhou’s Aoyuan Group puts in place a management team… Read More>>
The ongoing struggles of China’s Oceanwide Holdings lead today’s real estate headlines as the cash-strapped developer’s deal to sell off a San Francisco development project gets extended to 30 September.
Also in the news, Frasers Group has taken another step… Read More>>
A troubled mainland developer’s race to dispose of assets to meet looming debt repayments took a twist yesterday when China Oceanwide Holdings brought on board a potential replacement buyer for its unfinished San Francisco project.
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Five years after purchasing the site of what was planned to be San Francisco’s second-tallest office tower, China Oceanwide Holdings has agreed to sell the unfinished project at a $276 million loss, according to a statement filed by the developer… Read More>>
The backwash of China’s outbound real estate investment wave of a few years ago leads today’s collection of Asia real estate headlines as one of the mainland’s biggest investors in California property halts work on one of the two… Read More>>
Vietnam, Los Angeles, and Shanghai all make a showing in today’s top real estate news from Asia with an account of a top US private equity firm looking to cash in on a Vietnam retail property leading the list.
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China Oceanwide Holdings Ltd (715:Hong Kong) has suffered a fresh setback just a week after the troubled developer warned of a substantial drop in profits for 2018 with its auditor, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, having resigned on February 22.
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The buyer of Dalian Wanda’s Australian projects may be watching their development from a distance after Huang Xiangmo, a Chinese billionaire who became one of Australia’s biggest political donors had his citizenship application rejected and his residency permit revoked down… Read More>>
Developer China Oceanwide Holdings has halted construction on a $1 billion mixed-use project in Los Angeles that was previously scheduled to be completed this year, according to an account in the Los Angeles Times, citing a statement by the Beijing-based… Read More>>
Sunac China has agreed to buy a pair of projects in Shanghai and Beijing from competitor China Oceanwide Holdings in a deal valued at RMB 12.55 billion ($1.85 billion), according to a filing today to the Hong Kong stock exchange.