The race for the hearts and wallets of China’s coffee addicts leads today’s real estate news as venture-backed Luckin Coffee says it will open 2,500 new stores this year. That optimistic worldview may not be shared by China Overseas Land… Read More>>
China Overseas Land & Investment (COLI) picked up Hong Kong’s final residential plot of the year for a bargain HK$8.03 billion ($1.03 billion), as clouds gather over Asia’s most expensive real estate market.
The state-run mainland developer purchased the site on… Read More>>
Beijing’s city government took in RMB 9.81 billion on the last day of October by selling a trio of land parcels, including two sites in the capital’s coveted Chaoyang district, according to an announcement from the State Information Center.
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At the top of today’s real estate a Las Vegas-based developer may be willing to gamble on acquiring a portfolio of hotels recently put on the market by China’s Anbang Insurance, and the earnings season continues with Hong Kong’s Henderson… Read More>>
Hongkong Land, known for being the biggest landlord in Hong Kong’s Central district, on August 10th bought a new residential site in Nanjing’s Jiangbei District for RMB 4.49 billion ($652 million), as the Hong Kong developer continues to take on… Read More>>
A mixed-use plot atop MTR Corporation’s Wong Chuk Hang station said to be worth up to HK$36 billion ($4.6 billion) has generated 36 expressions of interest from developers including Sun Hung Kai Properties, CK Asset and New World Development.
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They’re back. Or maybe they never really left, but three of China’s biggest developers reappeared in Hong Kong’s property news late last week as the mainland heavyweights joined the bidding for mixed-use site in Tsing Yi. And the New Territories… Read More>>
While sales results released in January showed that Country Garden had taken over as China’s top-ranked home builder in terms of new contracts, full-year financials released this week show that Evergrande Real Estate was China’s biggest money maker in 2017…. Read More>>
Top-ten mainland developer China Overseas Land and Investment (COLI) splashed out RMB 11 billion ($1.76 billion) on four parcels in mainland China last month, the developer said in a statement filed to the Hong Kong stock exchange.
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Top-ten mainland developer China Overseas Land and Investment (COLI) has purchased a 175,114 square metre mixed-use site in northern Beijing for RMB 5.45 billion ($847 million), according to official announcements following the government auction.
The site in Shahezhen town in… Read More>>