In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Chinese developer Vanke strikes back in court against its New York partners over their condo development deal gone sour, South Korea’s Meritz Securities faces its own Manhattan melodrama as the builder of a… Read More>>
Four years after undertaking a $19.7 billion plan to achieve a back-door listing on a mainland exchange, China Evergrande’s announcement of that scheme’s failure leads Mingtiandi’s collection of real estate news from around the region.
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In today’s instalment of Mingtiandi’s regional roundup, Singapore’ CDL has appointed Deloitte as an external financial advisor to evaluate its investment in a mainland property developer after a veteran board member and cousin of founder Kwek Leng Beng resigned over… Read More>>
Technology seems to finally be enjoying its day in the real estate industry’s centre ring this week as news of a fresh funding round for an online property platform adds to near-daily coverage of data centre initiatives.
The arrest last year of the chairman of one of China’s largest developers has led to further damage this week after one of the fallen bosses buddies was penalised for insider trading after learning that his friend was headed for… Read More>>
In this week’s collection of leadership changes at Asia’s real estate developers, investors and other property professionals, a cash-strapped mainland builder has let go its CEO as it struggles to sell off stalled US projects.
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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.
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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>>