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>>
Warburg Pincus-backed real estate investment manager Kailong is teaming up with a Chinese state-owned firm to make its first foray into logistics properties.
Kailong signed a strategic partnership with Beijing Enterprises Real Estate, the property arm of state-owned Beijing Enterprises… Read More>>
Just over a year after Kailong Real Estate Investment sold off a former hotel that it had converted into a co-working centre in Shanghai, the Warburg Pincus-backed firm is said to have bought the Kings Hotel in Hong Kong’s Wanchai… Read More>>
At the top of our tour around the web today, Cheng Hei-ming’s Kailong seems to be on a roll, quadrupling the size of its open-ended renminbi fund just under a year after entering a strategic partnership with Warburg Pincus. Also… Read More>>
Buy a run-down hotel, fix it up for offices, lease to a co-working superbrand, and double your money by flipping the whole package to another fund. That simple recipe just helped Warburg Pincus-invested Kailong bring in a sum reported to… Read More>>
This week’s people in the news sees several familiar faces taking on new roles. Taikang Asset Management promoted its newest director from within while JLL’s new International Director of Corporate Solutions has been with the firm for more than 15… Read More>>
US private equity giant Warburg Pincus last week followed up on its successful investment in logistics developer e-Shang Redwood Group, by acquiring a 40 percent stake in Shanghai-based value-added real estate investment firm Kailong.
The alternative investment firm paid an… Read More>>
Shanghai-based real estate private equity firm Kailong plans to turn its portfolio of Shanghai business parks into a S$1 billion ($757 million) real estate investment trust (REIT), according to recent reports in the international press.
Funds managed by Kailong Real… Read More>>
Each week on Mingtiandi we track who among China’s commercial real estate community has left their role, been promoted, or went off to Thailand on holiday and never made it back through the street protests.
Ivan Ho has… Read More>>