Mainland China’s investor may have faded from the global stage, but their competitors from around the region are still playing a major part in real estate investments in key markets, as illustrated by a Korean investor’s recent role in a… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed ESR has made a $505 million all-cash offer for Sydney-based real estate investment manager Propertylink, according to an announcement to the Australian stock exchange late last week.
The Pan-Asian warehouse investment platform’s Australian arm, is offering A$1.15 per… Read More>>
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) announced this week that it is investing in a new $500 million investment fund targeting South Korean logistics assets in cooperation with ESR and its Korean subsidiary, Kendall Square Asset Management.
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Mainland authorities have clamped down on credit, punished fake divorcees and chased down naughty brokers in their campaign to stamp out housing inflation, but home prices just rose by their fastest pace in twenty months. While homebuyers still want condos,… Read More>>
Pan-Asian warehouse investment platform ESR has gone full APAC with its A$102.5 million ($76 million) buyout of Australian real estate heavyweight Charter Hall’s Commercial & Industrial Property Pty Ltd (CIP), as part of the group’s formal establishment of ESR Australia.
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Asian logistics developer ESR has picked up more funding on its path to a planned IPO, announcing it has closed an investment from a private equity fund of CLSA, a subsidiary of Chinese state-owned investment bank CITIC.
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Pan-Asian warehouse builder ESR has raised $1.2 billion of equity for new logistics projects in Japan, continuing a fundraising streak as the Hong Kong-based developer moves quickly to ramp up its portfolio across the region.
ESR, formerly known as e-Shang… Read More>>
Pan-Asian logistics developer ESR is joining with Beijing Properties to set up an offshore fund which would acquire logistics projects worth RMB 6.4 billion ($1 billion) from the mainland builder. The move came a day after Warburg Pincus-backed ESR received… Read More>>
Shanghai-based logistics developer ESR today announced that a subsidiary of JD.com, China’s second-largest ecommerce player, is investing $306 million into the regional warehouse builder.
The logistics investment by the $53 billion high tech retailer provides a boost both for the… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, warehouse builder e-Shang Redwood plans to snap up hundreds of acres of land across India and start work on its first industrial project in the country by the end of 2018. Speaking of groundbreaking, a monumental mixed-use… Read More>>