International logistics developer e-Shang Redwood is boosting its platform in Japan with the completion of a new 178,000 square metre logistics facility in the Osaka area, its 17th project in the country, just a week after the company achieved LEED… Read More>>
Sheds once again lead the news today in Asia as one of the region’s biggest warehouse developers says that it sees India in its future. Also in the headlines, the founder of China’s LeEco told shareholders this week that he… Read More>>
Logistics real estate developer and operator e-Shang Redwood (ESR) has just acquired a 194,000-square meter site near Osaka for the development of one of the largest logistics parks in Japan with an estimated investment of over US$500 million.
The new… Read More>>
e-Shang Redwood announced today that the State Oil Fund of Azerbaijan (“SOFAZ”) has agreed to invest $100 million in the Asian logistics real estate developer and fund manager’s Japanese projects.
The investment by the central Asian fund is the latest… Read More>>
e-Shang Redwood is on its way to an IPO this year, and part of the preparation for that stock market debut seems to be some new acquisitions.
Already active in China, Japan and Korea, E-Shang Redwood has now expanded into… Read More>>
e-Shang Redwood (ESR) has closed on a $300 million round of investment led by a consortium of mainland investors as the Asian logistics developer prepares for a potential 2017 initial public offering.
The company, which was formed last January by… Read More>>
Sam Zell thinks Asia needs more warehouses, and the Chicago-based real estate magnate has just closed on his first Asian-focused fund, with the objective of profiting from development and operation of new logistics facilities in Japan.
Zell’s Equity International, which… Read More>>
Regional warehouse developer e-Shang Redwood (ESR) has won LEED Gold certification for its Redwood Kunshan Distribution Centre 1 in Kunshan, Jiangsu province, a burgeoning logistics hub just west of Shanghai.
The 61,851 square metre, two-storey facility won the high level… Read More>>
e-Shang Redwood (ESR) has secured a pair of new Tokyo-area sites as the Asian-based logistics developer continues to build up its portfolio in anticipation of a potential IPO later this year.
ESR paid an undisclosed amount to acquire the two… Read More>>
Leading Chinese institutional investor Ping An Real Estate has committed more than $300 million to invest in warehouse projects in Japan with logistics real estate platform e-Shang Redwood as fund managers continue their love affair with Asia’s distribution centres.
Ping… Read More>>