Asia Pacific’s industrial real estate market outpaced pre-COVID levels for the second year in a row in 2021, with the value of shed purchases in the region soaring 82 percent from a year earlier to reach a record-high of $56.4… Read More>>
After bringing aboard Tom Woolhouse earlier this year to lead its Singapore-based logistics and industrial team for Asia Pacific, JLL has made two more outside hires to boost its shed-shifting power.
Tan Boon Leong and Ng Ee Kiat, both jumping… Read More>>
Singapore’s light industrial assets continued to find favour with investors last week as a developer listed on the city’s Catalist exchange picked up a plot in the city’s Bukit Merah district for S$112,500,000 ($83 million).
SLB Development has agreed to… Read More>>
When China Mobile snapped up a New Territories industrial site for HK$5.6 billion ($464 million) at a government auction last month, the mainland telecom giant outbid its closest competitor by nearly 56 percent, according to an announcement by the Lands… Read More>>
A Singapore-listed mainland developer leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the disclosure that its 31-year-old CEO had left the company four months ago after disclosing that it also seems to have lost its executive chairman.
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Hong Kong conglomerate Chiaphua Industries has this month acquired a 25-year-old industrial building in the Fanling area of the New Territories for HK$150 million ($19.2 million), as aging sheds with revitalisation potential continue to lure investors.
The seven-storey building at… Read More>>
China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) has announced to the Shanghai Stock Exchange that it will accept debt financing of up to RMB 6 billion ($870 million) from Ping An Asset Management, the second-largest shareholder in the developer and a unit… Read More>>
The redevelopment trend in Hong Kong’s largest logistics hub continues to heat up as an unnamed investor bought a 53,000 square metre industrial facility at 2-16 Lam Tin Street in Kwai Chung district for HK$770 million ($98 million), according to… Read More>>
Aging industrial buildings continue to be hot property in Hong Kong, as a former workshop in the New Territories changed hands recently for HK$258 million ($33 million).
According to information released last week by the city’s Lands Department,… Read More>>
An ageing industrial building in Hong Kong’s Tsuen Wan district has changed hands for HK$1.23 billion ($157.5 million) – appreciating nearly 81,000 percent over the past 45 years – reflecting investor enthusiasm for the asset class as the city government… Read More>>