Kailong Group has put a total of five Hong Kong commercial assets on the market within the past two months, with the disposals to total as much as HK$2.37 billion ($302 million), should the fund manager succeed in finding a… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Kailong Group is making preparations for a life sciences project on a Kowloon site acquired more than two years ago, with the real estate fund manager announcing a partnership with EC Healthcare to develop a medical building anchored… Read More>>
Challenges, opportunities and niche plays were in focus Wednesday as MTD TV’s Asia Value-Add Forum… Read More>>
The first panel in the Asia Value-Add Forum is dedicated to the growing value-add sector in mainland China, where fund managers and developers are finding ways to rejuvenate existing assets as sites in core locations become more challenging to acquire…. Read More>>
Real estate fund manager KaiLong is reported to have sold eight office floors in a commercial property in Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan neighbourhood for a combined HK$350 million ($45 million), as the Warburg Pincus-backed firm continues its strata sales strategy… Read More>>
Kailong Real Estate Investment has promoted Don Tan to managing director of fund management, just three months after the private equity firm reached a final close of $575 million on its second US-dollar denominated, China-focused property fund.
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Kailong Real Estate is preparing to start work on its latest Hong Kong project after purchasing a pair of ageing buildings in the Tsim Sha Tsui district of Kowloon, according to the firm’s top executive in the city.
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Fund manager Kailong Real Estate Investment has reached a $500 million closing on KaiLong Greater China Real Estate Fund II, its latest US dollar value add fund, according to a senior executive of the Warburg Pincus-backed firm.
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Shanghai’s largest developer may be expanding its Hong Kong presence with the purchase of one of the SAR’s oldest construction companies. Also in the news today, the Beijing government seems committed to upping the housing supply in China’s capital and… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed Kailong has purchased eight properties in Hong Kong over the last year, and now the real estate fund manager is taking a few pages from WeWork’s success story as it plans to redevelop this HK$3.7 billion ($471 million)… Read More>>