Top level moves at developers in mainland China and Singapore lead this week’s collection of real estate people moves from around Asia Pacific as Guocoland’s CFO abruptly departs the company and Guangzhou’s Aoyuan Group puts in place a management team… Read More>>
Knight Frank has hired former CBRE business park specialist Jonathan Rideout as head of office services for the company’s Shanghai office, according to a company press release.
“I am delighted to be joining Knight Frank and look forward to working… Read More>>
Despite the COVID-19 crisis, Asia’s property professionals continued to find new roles this week with fund managers, analysts and engineers all notching fresh jobs this summer.
In Shanghai, a Warburg Pincus-backed industrial developer has brought on board a new head… Read More>>
Real estate brokerage firm Knight Frank announced this week that it is bolstering its consultancy and research teams in Singapore by bringing on a pair of industry veterans to lead each department.
The company’s group managing director in the country… Read More>>
Hong Kong developer Tai Cheung Holdings last week won a residential site on the city’s Ap Lei Chau island with a bid more than 14 percent above some analyst predictions, despite forecasts of slide property values in the city.
The… Read More>>
Asia’s real estate markets have reawakened in May with the world’s largest brokerages handling a string of investment and leasing transactions in Hong Kong, mainland China and Singapore after deals came to a near halt during April, according to data… Read More>>
In this week’s edition of People in the News, the chief executive officer of a casino operator’s China business has announced his retirement, while a property consultancy has named a former WeWork executive as its managing director in Beijing.
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The Hong Kong government has scrapped the sale of the second-largest commercial site at Kai Tak, marking the latest blow to its plans for redeveloping the former airport site.
The city’s Lands Department said that it had cancelled the tender… Read More>>
Local Hong Kong developer Capital Group Development Limited has won a residential site in Mong Kok for HK$467 million ($60 million), according to an announcement yesterday by the Lands Department.
The privately held firm, which was previously best known for… Read More>>
Hong Kong developer Chinachem Group has won a tender to develop a residential parcel in West Kowloon, according to an official announcement late last week.
The company led by CEO Donald Choi shouldered aside 16 other bidders to win the… Read More>>