Asia’s largest economies are continuing to struggle to move past the pandemic, with cities such as Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo still sketching out recovery plans, and real estate investors continuing to measure the impact of lockdowns and work-from-home arrangements.
On Monday, Hong Kong-based Gaw Capital Partners announced it had closed on $1.3 billion in equity for its first data centre fund just ten months after launching the mainland China-focused platform in November 2019.
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Gaw Capital Partners is cozying up to Alibaba for its latest mainland China property acquisition as the private equity firm led by Goodwin Gaw takes aim at the country’s rising tech and e-commerce industries.
The Hong Kong-based investment manager, which… 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>>
Hong Kong’s Gaw Capital Partners announced today that a fund under its management had closed on its RMB 5.01 billion (now $798 million) acquisition of two of the four office buildings in Sky Soho, a commercial development in Shanghai’s Changning district,… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Gaw Capital Partners is the latest investor to bet on China’s appetite for affordable housing, as the government pushes rental apartments to mitigate the country’s residential woes.
The private equity shop announced that a fund it manages has… Read More>>