New World Development recently began work on its second K11 commercial project in Shanghai, breaking ground on a 17,171 square metre (184,827 square foot) site in the heart of the Middle Huaihai Road shopping district, according to a company press… Read More>>
KKR has partnered up with a Shanghai-based fund manager to acquire a commercial development near the city’s historic Bund waterfront, according to people familiar with the matter.
The US private equity pioneer is making the investment through a joint venture that… Read More>>
Canada’s Brookfield Asset Management has agreed to purchase a commercial property project in Shanghai’s South Bund area from Greenland Hong Kong at a valuation of RMB 10.57 billion ($1.7 billion) according to a stock exchange filing today by the Shanghai-based… Read More>>
Gaw Capital Partners announced today that the private equity firm, through a fund under its management and in league with partners including British Columbia’s QuadReal Property Group, have acquired the Ocean Towers office building in Shanghai.
The consortium purchased the… Read More>>
In a joint effort with a pair of state-owned mainland partners, Xintiandi developer Shui On Land has won a government tender for a 78,256 square metre (842,340 square foot) prime commercial site near Shanghai’s Huaihai Lu with a bid of… Read More>>
One of the highest profile early entrants to the Shanghai property market is facing off against the biggest landlord in Hong Kong’s Central district in the final bidding for a prime commercial site in Shanghai’s Huangpu district expected to sell… Read More>>
Hong Kong private equity shop Gaw Capital Partners has agreed to sell the Cross Tower, a 24-storey commercial building in Shanghai, to a mainland real estate fund for a price believed to be RMB 2.66 billion ($402 million).
Gaw is… Read More>>
Greenland Group, which through its domestic and international acquisitions is rapidly establishing itself as one of China’s most aggressive real estate firms, this week announced that it was acquiring a residential site in downtown Shanghai for RMB 5.95 billion (US$979… Read More>>
China’s rebounding real estate market continues to drive up land prices, as a subsidiary of Singapore’s Wing Tai group recently set a new record by paying RMB 42,821 (US$7,028) per square metre of planned space for a plot near Xintiandi.