Major trades of investment properties in Shanghai fell by more than one-fifth in terms of value from 2021 to 2022, according to reports by property brokerages, as COVID-19 restrictions and economic weakness derailed deals during the second and third quarters… Read More>>
The property arm of Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp is adding 1.1 million square feet (92,900 square metres) to its India office portfolio with the INR 2.37 billion ($29 million) purchase of a project in the western city of Pune,… Read More>>
Shanghai’s office market continued to struggle in the last quarter of 2022, as the mainland financial hub was battered by COVID-19 chaos and sluggish leasing activity, but the market is poised to bounce back this year amid a broader economic… Read More>>
Limited project launches have slowed down home sales and dampened Singapore’s housing market in the fourth quarter, causing prices for new private homes to rise by a mere 0.2 percent from the preceding three months and temper full-year price growth… Read More>>
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In a move to upgrade its investor services platform across Asia Pacific, Cushman & Wakefield has announced a pair of promotions with Gordon Marsden stepping up as head of capital markets for the region, and James Young, the company’s current… Read More>>
After seeing housing prices rise in defiance of escalating interest rates and punitive stamp duties, Singapore authorities have announced plans to sell more housing sites during the first half of 2023 than in any period over the past decade.
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The first residential site to be auctioned off in the southernmost portion of Singapore’s Marina Bay financial district may fetch bids as high as S$1.2 billion ($880 million), even as escalating costs and interest rates may limit developer participation, according… Read More>>
Hong Kong has not only lost its crown for having the most expensive retail district globally, the Chinese territory’s top-end shopping has also migrated to unfashionable Kowloon.
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Luring workers back to office post-pandemic is forcing employers and landlords to employ more flexible working strategies… Read More>>