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>>
One Museum Place, a premium grade A office tower in Shanghai’s Jing’An district, celebrated its first anniversary just before China’s Golden Week, marking the coming of age of one of the city’s landmark real estate projects.
In a gala event… Read More>>
The passing of the founder of a US blue-chip developer with projects in China, India and other APAC markets leads today’s collection of headlines from around the region, as Gerald Hines completes his final project just 95 years after it… Read More>>
Leading today’s real estate news, US developer Hines has won a loan for an office project in northern India, while a Korean REIT buys up 20 floors of a central Seoul high rise.
Also in the headlines, Singapore’s Millennium &… Read More>>
Link REIT has moved forward with its first acquisition in the western hemisphere as the Hong Kong-listed real estate investment trust today announced a deal to purchase 25 Cabot Square in London for £371.4 million ($475 million).
Asia’s largest REIT… Read More>>
Hines, the Houston-based real estate firm with over $133 billion in assets under management across 205 cities globally, said Friday it has partnered with India’s DNR Group to build an office development in Bangalore.
The 20-storey tower will have a… Read More>>
Link REIT is said to be in negotiations to buy Morgan Stanley’s European headquarters in London in what would be the trust’s first acquisition in Europe, with the prospective acquisition surfacing less than two months after the trust completed its… Read More>>
Korea’s National Pension Service and US developer Hines have teamed up to buy a 49.5 percent stake in a $2.3 billion New York redevelopment that lead architects Kohn Pederson Fox are billing as one of the jewels of 21st century… Read More>>
Logistics leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that Singapore’s competition watchdog has given the go-ahead for the proposed merger of ARA Asset Management’s logistics business into the operations of a leading… Read More>>