In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China’s land market continues its slump despite government moves to boost credit and ease restrictions to entice developers, a South Korean investment firm acquires an office building in Brussels, and debt-saddled China Evergrande… Read More>>
Tishman Speyer is once again making moves in its favourite Asian megacity, with the US developer today announcing that it had successfully led a RMB 5.09 billion ($800 million) purchase of a plot in Shanghai’s Changning district for a future… Read More>>
Singapore’s ongoing interest in American real estate assets as Mapletree Investments announces that it has closed on $552 million in equity for its first-ever US office fund.
The ongoing financial pressure on Chinese developers continues to make… Read More>>
Singapore’s condo market is experiencing a full-scale boom, but that upswing hasn’t been enough to cure the ills of the city’s largest non-government-backed developer, as City Developments Ltd revealed its second quarter financials today.
Also in the… Read More>>
Fines are in fashion in China as the boss of real estate listings site Anjuke seems to have been inspired by recent government action against Alibaba to call down government fury upon his larger competitor.
Singapore is… Read More>>
A little-known mainland developer has braved the economic uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 pandemic to buy a commercial site in central Shanghai’s Jing An district for RMB 6 billion ($850 million), according to a government announcement.
Lanhai Holdings Group, which… Read More>>
A mixed-use site in Shanghai’s Xuhui district has been offered for sale with an estimated price tag of more than RMB 30 billion ($4.3 billion), as the municipal government strives to build a 1.8 million square metre (19.4 million… Read More>>
Shenzhen auctioned off five residential land parcels to a pack of 80 project-hungry developers on Monday, bringing in a total of RMB 22.4 billion ($3.2 billion) for southern China’s top tech hub.
The city’s first residential land sale of 2019… Read More>>
A pair of developers owned by Malaysian tycoon Robert Kuok have secured a prime mixed-use site in Singapore for S$700 million ($518 million), according to Singapore’s Housing and Development Board.
In the final round of a two phase tender, the… Read More>>
China’s second-tier cities may be in for a round of land price corrections in 2019, judging by a recent tepid land auction in Nanjing.
At an auction of six plots in the city of over eight million people this past… Read More>>