Private equity investments work differently in China, and the Carlyle Group is preparing to spin off its China real estate unit into a separate entity to fit the requirements of the mainland market, according to sources familiar with the company’s… Read More>>
Chinese real estate giant Country Garden recently announced plans to build a 10-square-kilometre (3.9-square-mile) industrial park through its wholly-owned subsidiary Bright Dream Robotics, according to Yicai.com. The Robot Valley project will be located in the southern Guangdong city of Foshan.
Global Logistic Properties is teaming up with its former owner GIC to create a $2 billion value-add fund for acquiring logistics properties in mainland China, the company announced on Tuesday.
This is GIC’s first investment with Asia’s largest warehouse operator… Read More>>
Chinese Internet giant Tencent is planning to invest $1 billion into Lianjia, as part of a $2 billion financing round in preparation for a future IPO by China’s largest real estate brokerage, according to a report in the Wall Street… Read More>>
China’s Evergrande Group, the country’s second largest property developer by sales in 2017, said it would shift its development model from pursuing top line growth, to achieving efficiency and quality after it announced a record jump in profit in its… Read More>>
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and ASX-listed Goodman Group have committed another $1.75 billion to their China logistics partnership and plan to double the size of their mainland portfolio according to an announcement late last week by the… Read More>>
Top three mainland developer China Vanke had a busy month in July, spending more than RMB 25.4 billion to add 33 new real estate projects around the country as it pushed to expand its land bank via project acquisitions in… Read More>>
When Kardan NV first ventured into the Chinese market more than a decade ago, the European developer focussed on riding the urbanisation wave by building up a portfolio of residential projects in fast-growing second-tier and third-tier markets across the mainland.
The Taihe Group (泰禾集团) is firing much of its staff in Beijing, Shanghai, Fuzhou and Wuhan, according to a report in the South China Morning Post on 31 July citing ifeng.com. If confirmed, the mass layoffs at the Shenzhen-listed developer… Read More>>
Shanghai sold a pair of residential sites for a total of RMB 6.2 billion today as China Vanke and China Merchants Shekou swooped on the new projects in the city’s Qingpu District.
The set of transaction pave the way for… Read More>>