A pair of mainland investors who were fortunate enough to sell their Shenzhen mall to Link REIT three years ago for nearly $1 billion have just picked up their fourth shopping mall in the Vancouver area, with that story leading… Read More>>
North American investors Bain Capital and Ivanhoe Cambridge have set up a $1 billion industrial partnership with development giant Lodha, aiming to create 30 million square feet (2.8 million square metres) of operating assets to serve India’s digital economy.
The… Read More>>
Allianz Real Estate has agreed to purchase a portfolio of residential assets in Tokyo for $90 million, marking the first acquisition on behalf of its recently upsized Japan multifamily fund.
The portfolio consists of 12 newly built assets comprising more… Read More>>
While the coronavirus pandemic amplified growth in Australia’s multi-family sector, industry leaders believe the market is poised to grow further as new projects reach completion and policy frameworks firm up.
Speaking at Mingtiandi’s Multi-Family Investment in Australia Panel on… Read More>>
Australia’s pipeline of multi-family residential projects more than doubled last year, as rising home prices and friendlier policies encouraged developers and investors to target the fledgling sector.
To better understand the forces driving the surge in Aussie build-to-rent activity, Mingtiandi… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Singapore’s GLP reportedly files for a US IPO of its investment business, Canadian pension fund manager Ivanhoe Cambridge acquires 49 percent of an Australian business park venture, and Hong Kong property sales plunge… Read More>>
Australia’s urbanising economy and rapidly rising home prices are generating rental residential opportunities for global capital. Mingtiandi presents our first-ever panel dedicated to exploring the cross-border interaction between Asian investors and Australia’s multi-family sector.
In the one-hour session to be… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, cash-strapped developer Shimao misses trust payments on high-yield products, Singapore’s GIC forms a New Zealand joint venture, and banking giant HSBC takes a $450 million charge related to Chinese property exposure.
Fund managers APG and Ivanhoe Cambridge have become the latest global investors to commit capital to Taronga Ventures’ flagship property technology vehicle.
Netherlands-based APG, which manages investments on behalf of Dutch pension funds, made its first proptech investment in Asia… Read More>>
Quebec pension fund manager Ivanhoe Cambridge is reorganising its global operations and the make-over includes an upgrade for the firm’s top executive in the Asia Pacific.
George Agethen, who has served as a senior vice president for the division of… Read More>>