ESR is proposing to convert its first Hong Kong industrial asset into a 40MW data centre, about six months after acquiring Brilliant Cold Storage Tower 2 from the family of the late local tycoon Tang Shing Bor for $230.8 million.
Hong Kong-listed ESR announced Wednesday that its shareholders had approved the logistics giant’s $5.2 billion proposed acquisition of ARA Asset Management.
At an extraordinary general meeting earlier that day, 91.81 percent of votes cast were in favour of purchasing 100… Read More>>
ESR on Friday reported that its revenues grew nearly 25 percent in the first half of 2021, at the same time that its assets under management shot up 36.9 percent to an all-time high of $36.3 billion, putting an exclamation… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed ESR is about to become the largest real estate fund manager in Asia Pacific as the industrial real estate specialist today announced an agreement to acquire ARA Asset Management for $5.2 billion.
ESR together with ARA announced the… Read More>>
Shares began trading in Korea’s first dedicated logistics REIT on 23 December as ESR’s Korean unit finalised an initial public offering that helped the warehouse specialist and fund manager raise $650 million.
Following the Wednesday trading debut at KRW 5,000… Read More>>
While the Covid-19 pandemic has upended most industries and dragged the global economy into recession, it’s been a boon for logistics assets, Jeffrey Perlman, chairman of ESR, the largest logistics real estate platform in Asia pacific.
“Logistics hasn’t skipped a… Read More>>
Logistics real estate has become a favoured sector for investment in 2020 and Mingtiandi is happy to begin a series of conversations with industry leaders today, with an interview of Warburg Pincus managing director and head of Southeast Asia, Jeffrey… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed logistics developer and fund manager ESR has posted a 21 percent rise in net profit to $245 million for 2019, as it continues to ride the growth of e-commerce and the shift of capital values to Asia.
In… Read More>>
Indonesian mall developer and operator NWP Retail on Monday announced that it had received $200 million in investment from the Korean Teacher’s Credit Union (KTCU) and a fund managed by CITIC Securities, as well as from its primary backer, Warburg… Read More>>