The struggles of Asia’s wealthiest city continue to dominate real estate news from around the region today as home prices in Hong Kong fell by 1.4 percent in August – their fastest decline of 2019. The performance by the Greater… Read More>>
Real estate developer Hines announced this week that it has opened an office in Hong Kong to serve as the Houston-based developer’s Asia Pacific headquarters and appointed company veteran Ray Lawler to lead an executive team for the region.
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One Museum Place, a 60-storey skyscraper in the heart of Shanghai’s Jing’an district has landed one of China’s largest securities companies at the newly-completed premium Grade A office tower by US-based developer Hines.
Guotai Junan Securities and its subsidiary Guotai… Read More>>
Global real state developer Hines plans to sell its 50 percent stake in its first project in India, a premium commercial tower outside of New Delhi, in a deal estimated to fetch around 11.8 billion rupees ($175 million).
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Global real estate developer Hines is introducing a new boss for its India operation as the Houston-based company promotes Amit Diwan to managing director and country head.
“We are confident that Amit will build on our standards of excellence in… Read More>>
Minnesota’s record-breaking spell of arctic weather may have prompted a state of emergency last month, but it didn’t stop Singapore’s Mapletree from venturing into the midwestern US state for a major property deal.
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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>>
Leading off this week’s list of familiar faces in new places is a new senior executive with a Korean pension fund, and a new chairman for a Shenzhen-listed developer, as the region’s real estate professionals continue to find new job… Read More>>
Topping today’s headlines is the latest record land sale in Hong Kong, as a mainland-HK joint venture takes home a New Territories residential site for HK$8.33 billion. Also in the headlines, both WeWork and Savills are expanding in India, and… Read More>>
New York’s biggest office landlord has scored $525 million in new funding for a $3.2 billion Manhattan development, thanks to a recent agreement with Korea’s National Pension Service (NPS) and a division of Houston-based developer Hines.
According to a statement… Read More>>