Gaw Capital Partners is leading a consortium of investors, including Goldman Sachs and Blackstone in buying a portfolio of 12 shopping centres from Hong Kong’s Link REIT for HK$12.01 billion ($1.54 billion), according to an announcement today by the manager… Read More>>
More than 900 industry leaders, representing 570 firms from 36 countries, attended the annual MIPIM Asia real estate conference in Hong Kong last week, with technology and trade tensions among the recurring themes throughout the packed program of presentations, panel… Read More>>
The MIPIM Asia real estate conference will be held in Hong Kong on November 27th and 28th with Mingtiandi representatives leading three sessions at the two-day industry conference.
The event kicks off Tuesday morning with Mingtiandi’s Michael Cole leading the… Read More>>
Asia’s largest REIT, together with Hong Kong’s biggest privately-owned developer has just topped out a nearly 900,000 square foot office tower in the city’s Kowloon East area, as demand for office space continues to build in the alternative business hub.
Asia’s largest real estate investment trust just agreed to acquire its third mainland property, as Link REIT purchased Metropolitan Plaza in Guangzhou from funds controlled by Gaw Capital and Morgan Stanley for RMB 4.1 billion ($589 million), according to a… Read More>>
Asia’s largest real estate investment trust has sold off five more retail properties in Hong Kong, raising HK$3.64 billion ($469 million) as it continues to sell off community shopping centres around the city.
The management of Link REIT revealed the… Read More>>
While the mainland dreams of a shift to a service economy, Hong Kong appears happy to focus on real estate as two of the top awards for business personalities in the Asian financial hub went to leaders of real estate… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT may be a newcomer to the mainland China property market, but it quickly made up for lost time this week by purchasing Shui On Land’s Corporate Avenue phase one for RMB 6.6 billion ($1.063 billion).
The… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT has acquired a Beijing shopping mall for RMB2.5 billion (US$403 million) in the first mainland acquisition by Asia’s largest real estate investment trust.
Link REIT announced the deal to purchase the 74,000 square metre (800,000 square… Read More>>