Economic stress lead’s today’s real estate news from around the region, as an 80-year-old Hong Kong construction company could be up for demolition after missing a $150 million bond payment this week, and mainland China’s oldest investment conglomerate hopes to… Read More>>
Asia Real Estate People in the News 2019-01-14
There are only a few weeks left before Chinese New Year gives much of the region a momentary breather from 2019, but real estate executives from Asia’s private equity, development and brokerage firms are still finding time to send out… Read More>>
GIC Buying Paris Office Tower for $539M and More Asia Real Estate Headlines
Singapore’s lust for European real estate assets opens a new chapter this week with news that the city-state’s sovereign wealth fund has spent more than half of a billion dollars to buy an office building in the City of Love…. Read More>>
Airbnb China Chief Checks Out After 4 Months and More Asia Real Estate Headlines
Another US unicorn appears to be stumbling in the China market, as room-sharing giant Airbnb announces a sudden leadership shift in its mainland unit today. Elsewhere in the headlines, developer Hysan adds yoga spaces to its latest office projects and… Read More>>
Country Garden to Help McD’s Open 2000 More China Burger Joints
One of the mainland’s biggest developers has agreed to help McDonald’s reach its goal of opening 2,000 new restaurants in China by 2022.
In a strategic cooperation deal signed last week between Guangzhou-based Country Garden and the new ownership of… Read More>>
CITIC Capital Targets More Cross-Border Deals as Yuan Slides and More Asia Real Estate Headlines
One of China’s biggest investment houses sees more cross-border real estate investments in 2017, despite an intensifying capital clampdown. Also in the headlines today, a Macau casino clan has taken enough off the tables to buy Exxon’s Melbourne office for… Read More>>
China Downturn Providing Opportunity for Citic and Grosvenor
The best time to invest may just be that moment when most other investors have given up on the market, at least that seems to be the case for Citic Capital and Grosvenor.
Both state-owned asset manager Citic and UK-based… Read More>>
China Real Estate Investors See Opportunities in 2014 Downturn
With China’s headlines filled by stories of defaulting developers and falling home prices, some of the world’s largest real estate investors are finding 2014 to be a good year for negotiating property deals in the world’s second-largest economy.
In a panel discussion that… Read More>>
Mingtiandi to Lead $7B Investor Panel at Real Estate Conference
With China’s real estate market continuing to dominate the headlines across Asia and globally, the opportunities created by the current market turmoil will be a major topic at a regional real estate investment conference in Singapore this week.
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China Real Estate Professionals in the News 2014-04-28
It’s promotion week here in China’s real estate community with multiple agency executives getting bumped up the ladder, plus new leadership at Citic and a new head of asset management for JLL in Greater China. Read on for details.
Jeff… Read More>>