Goldman Sachs is the fourth global investor to team up with mainland logistics developer New Ease this year, as the blue chip investment bank and the Warburg Pincus-backed real estate startup announced a $488 million China warehouse joint venture this… Read More>>
ACR Asset Management has reeled in one of Japan’s biggest developers, Mitsubishi Estate, to invest in a building in Beijing’s Zhongguancun area recently acquired by the GLP-backed real estate fund manager.
ACR, founded by former Cushman & Wakefield greater China… Read More>>
With credit to China’s property sector tightening since the introduction of the Three Red Lines policy last year, US private equity major Warburg Pincus has teamed up with Shanghai-based asset manager Wensheng AMC to create a “special situations” platform to… Read More>>
Chinese tech company ByteDance has closed a deal to acquire and lease a combined 2.55 million square feet (236,903 square metres) of office and retail space at Tishman Speyer’s The Springs mixed-use megaproject in Shanghai.
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Hong Kong developer Sino Land is sticking around at CapitaLand’s Raffles City Shanghai mixed-use development, agreeing to pay S$339 million ($252.1 million) to maintain its effective stake in the property’s mainland-based owner at 22.35 percent.
The deal enables the developer… Read More>>
A pair of mainland developers — cash-strapped China Oceanwide Holdings and distressed-asset enthusiast Sunac China Holdings — have seen their interests converge once again, with Sunac agreeing to buy two of Oceanwide’s Hangzhou properties for RMB 2.2 billion ($340 million),… Read More>>
Just 10 months after the COVID-19 pandemic derailed an attempt to take private one of China’s largest commercial developers, Blackstone Group has agreed to acquire Soho China through a new deal worth HK$23.7 billion ($3 billion), according to a stock… Read More>>
Beijing’s investment market is showing further signs of life after a local insurer paid RMB 9.06 billion ($1.4 billion) for the SK Tower in the capital’s central business district, marking the biggest transaction for an office building in China during… Read More>>
Asia’s largest real estate investment trust has made its second major bet on mainland China retail this year with the RMB 3.2 billion ($501 million) acquisition of a shopping mall in Guangzhou.
Link REIT announced late Friday that it was… Read More>>
Singapore-listed Ascott Residence Trust (ART) has completed the divestment of a Shanghai serviced apartment building and will use some of the proceeds to acquire three higher-yielding residential properties in Japan’s fifth-largest city, Sapporo.
The REIT sponsored by property giant CapitaLand… Read More>>