Keppel Land China, the mainland property arm of Keppel Corporation, has agreed to acquire a completed commercial property in Shanghai’s Zhangjiang High Tech Park for RMB 493 million ($69.23 million), according to an announcement by the Singapore-listed developer on Friday.
Keppel Land China, the mainland property arm of Keppel Corporation, has announced that it is acquiring an office building in Beijing for RMB 178.6 million ($25 million), as the company pushes forward with plans to grow its commercial real estate… Read More>>
Keppel Capital and Keppel Land, along with a consortium of co-investors have signed an agreement to acquire 100 percent of the equity in a recently completed commercial development in Shanghai’s Hongkou district for RMB 4.6 billion ($686 million), according to… Read More>>
Keppel Land China has announced it will acquire an 11-storey office building in Beijing’s Haidian district from A Li Yun Shan (Beijing) Business Consulting for RMB 555 million ($80.8 million), with the transaction expected to be completed sometime during the… Read More>>
It’s the end of the year and there have still been a few transactions to wrap up before we start 2019, with Hong Kong development titan New World inking a pair of monster deals in the dwindling days of 2018… Read More>>
Real estate investors across Asia seemed in a hurry to finish their Christmas shopping this past week with Blackstone closing a pair of deals in Sydney and India’s national capital region to go with a Shanghai acquisition and Singaporean investors… Read More>>
At the top of today’s real estate news the mainland subsidiary of a Singaporean developer buys into a Nanjing residential project, while the city-state’s biggest warehouse developer may be one of the few winners from Brexit, as UK authorities look… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup of headlines from around the region, a Singaporean developer is selling a commercial building in southwest China that houses the Millennium & Copthorne-managed M Hotel Chengdu to a local investor. Also in the headlines, US design and… Read More>>
At the top of today’s headlines, Singapore’s housing market is back into bull mode with prices of private homes rising 3.1 percent in the first three months of the year. In another bit of Lion City-driven news, a unit of… Read More>>
Singapore’s Keppel Land has purchased an 18 hectare residential site in Wuxi, China, for RMB 2.53 billion ($387 million) via a government land tender, the company announced on Monday.
Approved for development of a gross floor area of about 360,500 square… Read More>>