In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China continues its relaxation of property curbs with plans to dial back the “three red lines” policy and policies to offer cities an exit ramp from an imposed floor on mortgage rates.
China Data Centre Founder Makes Buyout Offer and More Asia Real Estate Headlines
Vnet, a mainland data centre operator backed by Blackstone has received its third buyout offer this year, with that proposal leading the region’s real estate news today. Also in the headlines, data from August shows home sales and prices continuing… Read More>>
Evergrande Gets $818M Refund for Surrender of Football Stadium Project
China Evergrande Group, the world’s most indebted developer, said late last week it will receive a RMB 5.52 billion ($818 million) refund from the city of Guangzhou for giving up the land use rights for an unfinished football stadium in… Read More>>
Evergrande Sells Four Mainland Projects to State Firms to Pay Down Debt
China Evergrande has sold off its remaining stakes in four real estate projects to state-controlled companies, allowing the world’s most indebted developer to recover RMB 1.95 billion ($310 million) of its capital contribution and settle liabilities in excess of RMB… Read More>>
Blackstone Buying Out R&F’s 30% Stake in Guangzhou Logistics Park for $540M
Blackstone has agreed to acquire the remaining 30 percent interest it does not already own in a Guangzhou logistics park for RMB 3.4 billion ($540 million), signalling faith in the mainland market after regulators blocked the private equity giant’s buyout… Read More>>
New World to Invest $732M in Guangzhou Project and More Asia Real Estate Headlines
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Hong Kong’s New World Development sets sights on its biggest-ever project in China, private equity titan Blackstone picks up a pair of assets in India, and Singapore’s GLP forms a logistics investment partnership… Read More>>
Link REIT Buying Guangzhou Mall for $501M
Asia’s largest real estate investment trust has made its second major bet on mainland China retail this year with the RMB 3.2 billion ($501 million) acquisition of a shopping mall in Guangzhou.
Link REIT announced late Friday that it was… Read More>>
Blackstone Buying $1.1B Majority Stake in Guangzhou Logistics Park From R&F
America’s largest landlord has made the biggest-ever purchase of an industrial real estate asset in China, as Blackstone has agreed to acquire a majority stake in a Guangzhou logistics park for $1.1 billion, according to an announcement today.
Blackstone is… Read More>>
CapitaLand China Retail REIT Expands into Offices with RMB 4.9B Acquisition
In announcing its third quarter results at the end of October, Capitaland Retail China Trust (CRCT) took care to single out the improved performance of its Rock Square mall in Guangzhou, while also highlighting an expansion of its investment remit… Read More>>
Ascott REIT to Sell Serviced Apartments in Guangzhou, Paris for S$191.4M
Ascott Residence Trust said Monday it has agreed to sell the Ascott Guangzhou and the Citadines Didot Montparnasse Paris serviced apartments for S$191.4 million ($138.8 million) as the Singapore-listed real estate investment trust seeks to monetize assets despite the COVID-19… Read More>>
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