Leading today’s top real estate stories from around the region, developers from Hong Kong and the mainland may soon be scraping up their change to bid for a prime commercial site atop Hong Kong’s high-speed rail terminus which could sell… Read More>>
Frasers Property has purchased a portfolio of 22 industrial properties in Germany and Austria for $353 million, as the developer formerly known as Frasers Centrepoint adds to its European platform.
The Singapore-listed firm announced Monday that it has agreed to… Read More>>
Today’s news roundup takes a detour into China’s booming e-sports scene, with top-six mainland developer Greenland pledging to build stadiums and theme parks across the country’s biggest cities to cater to legions of computer gaming fanatics. Another top property group… Read More>>
Singapore’s development fever leads the regional news again today as the city’s best-known Thai-owned developer leads the bidding for a condo site which remains vaguely familiar from Mingtiandi’s misspent youth. Also in the headlines, Southeast Asia’s fine city is all… Read More>>
In this week’s edition of People in the News, a top executive at a formerly troubled Shenzhen developer is joining the board of another builder in the southern Chinese megacity, while an asset management expert is upgrading his title at… Read More>>
China’s cross-border investors continue to draw regulatory ire today, as the country’s insurance regulator slaps HNA for using its insurance division as a slush fund. Also in the news, Tujia.com raises a war chest for its own international expansion, and… Read More>>
Singapore-listed Frasers Centrepoint is taking a bet on British business parks by acquiring a portfolio of five UK properties around London and Glasgow, Scotland for £686 million ($906.2 million).
The international property firm is purchasing the 4.9 million square foot… Read More>>
Shanghai-based Shui On Land is hoping the city’s property boom lasts long enough for it to sell homes near its Xintiandi complex for RMB 300,000 ($44,000) per square meter, while on the Hong Kong stock exchange, investors are already selling… Read More>>
The world’s best known investment bank just cut its outlook for Hong Kong property stocks in the same week that Moody’s gave a negative prediction for nearly half of the mainland real estate industry, a pair of moves which could… Read More>>