Gaw Capital Partners has established a new joint venture with mainland data centre developer and operator Centrin Data to acquire, develop and operate hyperscale facilities in China, according to an announcement by the Hong Kong-based investment management firm on Friday.
WeWork has backed out of an agreement to occupy space in Hong Kong’s Hopewell Centre even before it got a chance to move in, according to sources familiar with the decision who spoke with Mingtiandi.
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Mingtiandi’s first event of 2019 is on its way in Hong Kong later this month, and we have already received strong response with more than 60 percent of tickets sold with three weeks yet to go before the event… Read More>>
Soho China is said to be looking to sell a RMB 61 billion ($8.6 billion) portfolio of commercial properties in Beijing and Shanghai, with potential buyers including Blackstone and Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC.
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A pair of loss-making mainland China apartment rental operators have filed for initial public offerings in the US within days of each other as pressure mounts on their balance sheets.
Beijing-based Danke is seeking to raise up to $100 million… Read More>>
Soho 3Q, the loss-making flexible office unit of developer Soho China, is reported to have sold a portfolio of 11 co-working centres in Beijing and Shanghai for an undisclosed amount, according to a local media account.
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LimeTree Capital has acquired a portfolio of nine underground car parks in Beijing for RMB 761 million ($107 million) from Soho China, as the private equity company increases its holdings of what it calls an “undervalued and under-researched” asset.
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WeWork has proven to be a game-changing business – at least for deposed CEO Adam Neumann.
Under the terms of a bailout package put together by Softbank, the WeWork founder will be receiving around $1.7 billion in compensation in return… Read More>>
Singapore’s Temasek Holdings has made a bid to take a controlling stake in Keppel Corp through an offer that values the engineering, infrastructure and real estate group at S$4.1 billion ($3 billion).
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State-owned “bad bank” China Cinda Asset Management has been revealed as the buyer of a hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui area, spending HK$4.3 billion ($550 million) on the asset despite a 70 percent slump in hotel investment during… Read More>>