Cloud providers like Google, Microsoft and Alibaba, which house armies of servers in huge bit barns, demonstrated their appeal to real estate investors in Asia Pacific again this week, with two $1 billion data centre partnerships announced in two days.
A dumped $1.7 billion land auction leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the Hong Kong government having postponed the sale of a residential site in Kowloon amid street protests against the now delayed… Read More>>
A scandal-ridden mainland insurance company leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that the Beijing-based firm is ready to brave New York’s luxury condo downturn with a plan to launch sales of… Read More>>
The trade war leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate news today with economists predicting a possible tumble in the world’s least affordable housing market, while Singapore slashes the supply of private residential housing.
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Hong Kong’s second-largest developer just added an extra shot of uncertainty to the new year by predicting that housing prices could drop by a fifth this year as we make our daily survey of real estate news in the region,… Read More>>
Just over two years after being acquired by a consortium of Chinese investors, UK data centre developer Global Switch is preparing for a stock market listing in Hong Kong later this year that could value it at more than £9… Read More>>
At the top of today’s real estate headlines from around the region, China’s HNA Group is adding a Harbin hotel project and 19 other assets to a list of items it hopes to sell off as the conglomerate continues to… Read More>>
Facebook has chosen Singapore as the site of its first billion-dollar data center in Asia. The region is home to the tech giant’s fastest growing market and hosts 40 percent of Facebook’s 2.23 billion monthly active users.
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The redevelopment trend in Hong Kong’s largest logistics hub continues to heat up as an unnamed investor bought a 53,000 square metre industrial facility at 2-16 Lam Tin Street in Kwai Chung district for HK$770 million ($98 million), according to… Read More>>
Data centre developer Global Switch Limited announced last week that a consortium of Chinese investors including AVIC Trust and Hong Kong affiliates of China Citic Bank, Haoyue Capital and Jiangsu Sha Steel have agreed to pay £2.1 billion ($2.78 billion)… Read More>>