Sunny Singapore leads the real estate news in Asia today as the city-state’s gradual housing slide hit a steeper slope in December, according to fresh government figures. Blackstone also returns to the headlines today with news that the US real… Read More>>
Seven months after filing for an initial public offering, WeWork is planning to raise as much as $4 billion in debt to refill its corporate coffers, according to news accounts citing sources familiar with the shared office provider’s discussions.
The… Read More>>
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>>
Korea’s sovereign wealth fund finds itself at the top of today’s property news in the region after the NPS was confirmed as the buyer of Goldman Sachs’ new European headquarters, and HNA saved itself from a cascade of defaults on… Read More>>
Goldman Sachs is said to have picked Korea’s National Pension Service (NPS) as the preferred buyer of its soon-to-be-completed European headquarters in London, according to a report in the Korean press, with the UK office building expected to change hands… Read More>>
At the top of today’s news, facilitators of Malaysia’s multi-billion dollar 1MDB graft bonanza continue to rethink their risk assessments with a former Goldman Sachs partner now trying to strike a deal with US prosecutors on charges of criminal activity…. Read More>>
The Indian arm of US co-working giant WeWork is reported to be in early-stage talks with investors including Goldman Sachs and Warburg Pincus to raise up to $200 million, a move that could boost WeWork India’s valuation to as much… Read More>>
The developer of Thailand’s tallest skyscraper is buying back its stake in Bangkok’s MahaNakhon tower from Goldman Sachs and Apollo Global Management for up to 10 billion baht ($320 million).
Local builder Pace Development, which sold the stake in the… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Central has rents so high that even a $900 billion investment bank has decided to flee the city’s traditional business district. Goldman Sachs is said to be moving its back office staff to a new location three metro… Read More>>
They’re back. Or maybe they never really left, but three of China’s biggest developers reappeared in Hong Kong’s property news late last week as the mainland heavyweights joined the bidding for mixed-use site in Tsing Yi. And the New Territories… Read More>>