South Korea continues to push its way back into the investment target area today as a $400 million Seoul office tower is said to receive bids from Singapore’s GIC and London-based M&G. Slightly to the south and west, Houston-based Hines… Read More>>
Chinese developer Cheung Kei Group has made its second London real estate play by buying a Canary Wharf office building for £270 million ($363 million), adding another deal to this year’s surge of Asian investment in the city.
The Shenzhen-based… Read More>>
APG Asset Management has hired Graeme Torre as Head of Private Real Estate, Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong. Torre also now serves on the board of APG Investments Asia Limited and APG Asset Management’s global real estate management team,… Read More>>
Phoenix Property Investors seized the opportunity presented by Hong Kong’s surging real estate market by announcing the sale of a pair of properties in the city this week for a combined $322 million.
The two disposals by the private equity… Read More>>
After making more than $30 billion in cross-border acquisitions, China’s HNA Group says that it is trying to sell some of its offshore holdings, particularly real estate, after it was targetted for credit checks by mainland authorities earlier this year…. Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Gaw Capital has made itself a major player in Asia’s real estate investment scene and now the family-run private equity firm has teamed up with a consortium that includes US investment bank Goldman Sachs for its biggest acquisition… Read More>>
Britain’s Grosvenor Group is moving into the Japanese retail sector by picking up a 10-storey shopping tower in Tokyo’s Ginza district, adding to the company’s more than HK$6.8 billion ($871 million) in real estate assets under management in Asia Pacific.
A Chinese real estate giant isn’t the first act from out of town to have its hopes turn into roadkill on LA’s boulevard of broken dreams, but that may not make Shanghai’s Greenland Group feel any better about its latest… Read More>>
Three mainland Chinese firms are buying up office properties in the City of London financial district this month for a total of £352.5 million ($465 million), in a flurry of deals revealed last week.
An affiliate of Beijing Guorui Holdings… Read More>>
The Hong Kong government has awarded a waterfront site in Cheung Sha Wan to a consortium of five Hong Kong and mainland developers for HK$17.28 billion ($2.21 billion), breaking price records for residential land in the city.
The winning consortium,… Read More>>