Blackstone is preparing to sell Germany’s largest office building to a Korean investor, with Hana Financial Investment said to have entered into exclusive negotiations to purchase a Frankfurt property from the US investment giant for KRW 1.3 trillion (1.1 billion).
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.
Singapore’s CapitaLand Commercial Trust (CCT) is making its first foray outside of Asia to pick up a 38-storey, grade A commercial tower in Frankfurt, Germany for €356 million ($420.8 million).
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Singaporean developer CapitaLand has made its first bet on a commercial property in Germany, teaming up with construction firm Lum Chang to buy an office building in Frankfurt for €245 million ($293 million).
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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.
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Chinese investment conglomerate Fosun has acquired a 34,000 square metre (366,000 square foot) office complex in the German city of Frankfurt for just over Euro 50 million ($53.5 million) from New York’s Fortress Investment Group, according to recent reports in… Read More>>