Protests may have brought Hong Kong to a near standstill on Saturday, but events continue to move quickly for the city’s largest property developers as Henderson Land, Sun Hung Kai and CK Asset boss emeritus Li Ka-shing all announced new… Read More>>
A skyscraper down under leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that a three-way joint venture between a major Australian property group, a Tokyo-based developer and the real estate arm of a… Read More>>
While WeWork’s IPO fiasco continues to shake the co-working universe, the world’s largest serviced office provider has announced that it has begun making available franchise opportunities under its Regus and Spaces brands in Hong Kong.
IWG, which started operating flexible… Read More>>
While the real estate world turns its eyes to WeWork’s impending $3.5 billion IPO, the company behind Regus, which operates five times more flexible office globally than the co-working pioneer, is expanding a franchising program in a bid to offer… Read More>>
Spaces, the co-working arm of European flexible office giant IWG, has taken over a 5,000 square metre (54,000 square foot) office space next to Shanghai’s Xintiandi complex, securing the location in the Infinitus Tower from former occupier Kr Space, according… Read More>>
The launch of India’s first REIT last month may have served as a wake up call for Chinese regulators, who have been millimetring toward listed property trusts for more than a decade, but now seem ready to launch a pilot… Read More>>
IWG, the parent company for Regus has agreed to sell its Japanese business for £320 million ($446 million) as the flexible office provider shifts toward a franchise model.
The London-listed firm is selling 100 percent of the equity in the… Read More>>
Hotels and co-living have been gaining attention around the region as competition heats up in more mainstream real estate sectors, a trend which may be reflected in the top level appointments which lead Mingtiandi’s collection of people on the move… Read More>>
Spaces, a co-working stablemate of flexible office giant Regus, has opened its fourth and largest location in Hong Kong, unveiling a 77,000 square foot (7,153 square metre) facility in the western end of Central district last week.
Spaces Sun House… Read More>>
No18, the top-end stablemate of flexible office giant Regus, is set to open its first Asian location in the third quarter of this year, after leasing 20,600 square feet (1,913 square metres) near the island nation’s City Hall metro station.