Global property brokerage Colliers International is beefing up its valuation and project management capabilities in Japan with a pair of senior hires. The Toronto-headquartered firm has appointed Masahiro Fuse to lead its Valuation & Advisory Services team in Japan, while… Read More>>
Mainland state-owned conglomerate China Resources is said to have snapped up one of Hong Kong’s most prestigious home sites, and has set a land price record in the process.
The Shenzhen-based giant, which invests in businesses from retail to energy… Read More>>
Colliers International has hired Hideki Ota from rival property brokerage JLL to lead its Capital Markets & Investment Services (CMIS) team in Japan, based in Tokyo.
The company announced that Ota will oversee the operations of the CMIS business as… Read More>>
The Singapore government has released three residential sites valued at a total of S$1.36 billion ($1 billion) on the same day, adding an estimated 1,880 homes to the city-state’s housing pipeline.
The three plots, located across the city on Dairy… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong roundup, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank — currently headquartered in Central’s Bank of America Tower — has preleased eight floors in Chinachem’s One Hennessy office project in Wan Chai for a record-breaking rent. Together with mainland co-working… Read More>>
Leading this week’s roundup of people moves, JP Morgan Asset Management has welcomed an industrial specialist in Sydney, and the investment arm of the Australian state of Queensland has carved out a new position for one its executives to oversee… Read More>>
Leading today’s people moves, a top executive at CPPIB upgrades her title at the global investment giant with a significant Asian real estate portfolio. A plethora of agency pros are updating their name cards, with a CBRE exec in India… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, just a month after snapping up an industrial building in Kwai Chung, Hanison Construction has reportedly purchased another workshop on the other side of Kowloon for HK$420 million.
Also in the headlines, a… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup of people news, a retail specialist has rejoined CapitaLand’s mall development arm in Shanghai after a stint at Pradera Retail Asia, and a senior housing pro is jumping from one Chinese insurance behemoth to another. The flexible… Read More>>
The Beijing government has retroactively restricted the height of buildings in a prime plot of the city’s core business district to as low as 100 metres, truncating the building heights and potential investment returns of developers who purchased more than… Read More>>