Greenland USA faces an uncertain future in California, but that hasn’t stopped the US arm of Chinese developer Greenland Group from bagging a $310 million construction loan to finish off the third phase of a $1 billion complex in downtown… Read More>>
The Hong Kong Lands Department on Wednesday announced that a subsidiary of China Poly Property, has won a tender for a 3,689-square-metre (39,708 square feet) residential site in Yau Tong, in the southeastern end of Kowloon.
Poly Property, China’s fourth… Read More>>
A CapitaLand-City Developments (CDL) joint bid won a government tender for a 3.7 hectare mixed-use site in northeastern Singapore with a bid of S$777.78 million ($566 million), according to announcements by the two companies.
In their first cooperation since 2007,… Read More>>
Three officers of developer Shenzhen Kondarl Group have been detained by Shenzhen police within the last week, according to announcements by the Shenzhen-listed real estate firm, following a five year conflict between the company’s founder and its second-largest shareholder, Kingkey… Read More>>
HNA’s sales of European and US assets have been grabbing headlines internationally, but the indebted Chinese conglomerate is also selling assets closer to home, including this week selling the site of its former corporate headquarters, according to accounts in the… Read More>>
Singapore’s CapitaLand is acquiring two adjacent Guangzhou residential sites totalling 150,000 square metres (1.6 million square feet) for RMB 2.05 billion ($297 million). The purchases are in the Zengcheng District of the city, an up and coming area being targeting… Read More>>
Average prices for new homes in China rose 1.2 percent in July, defying government efforts to ensure housing affordability and to clamp down on property speculation. It was the largest month-over-month increase in two years, as 67 out of 70… Read More>>
Hongkong Land, known for being the biggest landlord in Hong Kong’s Central district, on August 10th bought a new residential site in Nanjing’s Jiangbei District for RMB 4.49 billion ($652 million), as the Hong Kong developer continues to take on… Read More>>
Chinese co-working startup Ucommune announced this week that it has raised RMB 300 million ($43.5 million) in its latest blow in the battle for Asia co-working hegemony.
This new round of funding gives Ucommune a valuation of $1.8 billion and… Read More>>
In its third Melbourne deal in as many months, pan-Asian logistics developer Logos Property has acquired a Kmart distribution centre in the city’s Truganina suburb for A$119 million ($86 million).
Logos, which is headed by logistics veterans Trent Iliffe and… Read More>>