Keppel Capital and Keppel Land, along with a consortium of co-investors have signed an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the equity in a recently completed commercial development in Shanghai’s Hongkou district for RMB 4.6 billion ($686 million), according to… Read More>>
Singapore’s CapitaLand announced on Tuesday that its Raffles City China Investment Partners III (RCCIP III) fund has formed a 50:50 joint venture with Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC to acquire the Star Harbour International Center project (上海星外滩) project in Shanghai’s Hongkou… Read More>>
Singapore’s CapitaLand is reportedly investing at least RMB 12.79 billion ($1.85 billion) to acquire its most expensive real estate project yet in mainland China, according to accounts in the mainland media.
Southeast Asia’s largest developer would be paying the record… Read More>>
Henry Cheng’s Chongbang Group has purchased a commercial site in Shanghai’s Hongkou district for RMB 7.1 billion ($1.05 billion), according to records from the city’s Land Transaction Market website.
The developer, which was founded by former Shui On Land executive… Read More>>
Shanghai put four commercial and residential land parcels up for tender this past week, making available new sites valued at a combined RMB 13.7 billion ($2 billion), across three districts of the municipality. The projects are expected to yield at… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed Nova Property Investment has joined forces with Hong Kong-based real estate investment manager InfraRed NF to acquire a Shanghai shopping centre for RMB 465 million ($73.8 million) as the real estate development startup continues to build up its… Read More>>
LaSalle Investment Management has acquired Shanghai International Plaza (盛邦国际大厦) in Shanghai’s Hongkou district, marking the third time the 31-storey, grade A commercial tower has changed hands in seven years.
The US-based real estate investment firm purchased the property on behalf… Read More>>
SOHO China is selling a mixed-use project in Shanghai to a joint venture led by Singapore’s Keppel Land China and Alpha Investment Partners for around RMB 3.6 billion ($525 million), the buyers announced today. The subsidiaries of Singapore’s Keppel Group… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed Future Land Development plans to sell high-end units at its new project in Shanghai’s Hongkou district for RMB 120,000 per square meter, representing more than a 20 percent premium over current selling prices in the area.
“There is… Read More>>