Escalating house prices lead the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that a top US investment bank says Hong Kong house prices will continue to climb, despite the government’s cooling measures, and a… Read More>>
Shopping leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with news that a major US private equity firm is entering what is planned as a $1 billion shopping mall JV in India, while in China, a… Read More>>
Singapore-listed hotel investment firm First Sponsor late last week announced the acquisition of the Westin Bellevue Hotel in Dresden, Germany for €49.5 million ($55 million), a purchase which adds to the close to €400 million the CDL Group affiliate has… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup of headlines from around the region, a Singaporean developer is selling a commercial building in southwest China that houses the Millennium & Copthorne-managed M Hotel Chengdu to a local investor. Also in the headlines, US design and… Read More>>
Singapore’s collective sale gold rush leads today’s news roundup, with another en bloc housing site changing hands near the city’s downtown core for $262 million. And further north in the city-state, a residential site has gone on sale with a… Read More>>
Singapore-listed property developer First Sponsor Group is teaming up with a consortium of investors to buy the Hilton Rotterdam hotel in the Netherlands for 50.4 million euros ($62.6 million).
First Sponsor is investing 12.4 million euros ($15.4 million) for a… Read More>>
Asia’s real estate investors continue to go global in this holiday edition of Mingtiandi’s headline roundup, as a pair of Singapore listed trusts get active in sunny Brisbane, while another investment group from the city state shows up in Amsterdam… Read More>>
With investors from China still hobbled by that country’s restrictions on capital outflows, the mainland slowdown is leaving the stage open for buyers from one of Asia’s smallest nations to land deals in a growing list of locations.
Today, the… Read More>>