The start of March has brought a burst of people moves around the region, with a pair of Hong Kong-listed real estate developers reshuffling their boards to reflect new business alliances. This month also sees a veteran project manager return… Read More>>
Hines has brought aboard local veterans to strengthen its teams in Japan and South Korea, as the US-based developer looks to transition from the investment advisory sphere to a focus on acquisitions and development in the two markets.
Joining the… Read More>>
Hines is strengthening its regional investment team with the hiring of asset management veteran Ng Chiang Ling as chief investment officer for Asia, based in the US developer’s Singapore office.
Ng will work alongside Asia Pacific CEO Ray Lawler and… Read More>>
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven a surge in adoption of information systems by real estate companies in Asia, according to a proptech study released today by Mingtiandi.com, the region’s leading property news source.
Nearly three-quarters of the real estate… Read More>>
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a key accelerator of tech adoption by real estate companies in Asia, according to research by Mingtiandi which is set to be released on Tuesday, 19 January.
In a survey conducted last year, some 60… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, a Singaporean REIT’s traded units suffer a punishing loss, US developer Hines agrees to sell its stake in an Indian office project, and Danke appears to have ceased operating its home rental referral… Read More>>
In Mingtiandi’s latest roundup of regional news headlines, another Chinese developer has sold off an Australian project, with US builder Hines picking up the planned commercial development at 600 Collins Street in Melbourne for A$200 million ($152 million).
South Korea’s National Pension Service has made its second mega-deal of this month as the Jeonju-based giant today unveiled a $1.5 billion joint venture with US developer Hines to invest in real estate projects globally.
The $672 billion fund manager… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of news headlines, HSBC prepares to let Hong Kong staff work as many as four days a week from home, giant Singaporean developer CapitaLand clenches green loans to finance tech parks in India, and an SL Green-led… Read More>>
US-based developer Hines and a Carlyle Group-backed real estate fund manager have joined forces to acquire a 33,800 square metre (363,820 square foot) cold storage facility and adjacent development site in southern China’s Guangdong province.
The property is in Dongguan’s… Read More>>