This week one of the major agencies finds a new head for its mainland valuations team, while a top mainland conglomerate dips into the state-run sector for marketing leadership. Also, Asia’s biggest REIT takes on some new asset management talent,… Read More>>
The region’s real estate people are right back on the job wheel after the break, with a fresh set of familiar faces in new places. This week a corporate real estate exec goes digital, logistics mergers bring new roles and… Read More>>
Link Asset Management Limited which manages Asia’s largest real estate investment trust, Link REIT, announced today that its chairman, Nicholas Sallnow-Smith would be stepping down on 31 March of this year after completing his maximum nine year term of service.
While the mainland dreams of a shift to a service economy, Hong Kong appears happy to focus on real estate as two of the top awards for business personalities in the Asian financial hub went to leaders of real estate… Read More>>
Link Asset Management Ltd, which manages Hong Kong’s Link REIT announced today that the real estate investment trust has sold off five of its retail properties for a total of HK$1.7 billion ($219 million).
The five shopping malls, all in… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT this week announced the signing of a HK$4 billion ($516 million) credit facility with seven major banks, as the real estate investment trust finalises arrangements for its $1.06 billion acquisition of a Shanghai commercial complex.
The… Read More>>
Every day Mingtiandi scans the web and curates the day’s biggest stories for you. Here’s what we found today:
China’s First Public REIT Is 60% Oversubscribed
China’s first public real estate investment trust received investor orders for about 1.6 times… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT may be a newcomer to the mainland China property market, but it quickly made up for lost time this week by purchasing Shui On Land’s Corporate Avenue phase one for RMB 6.6 billion ($1.063 billion).
The… Read More>>
Cash-strapped developer Shui On Land is said to be close to concluding a deal to sell the first phase of its Corporate Avenue commercial complex in Shanghai for RMB 7.4 billion ($1.19 billion).
The buyer of the prime real estate asset is… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT has acquired a Beijing shopping mall for RMB2.5 billion (US$403 million) in the first mainland acquisition by Asia’s largest real estate investment trust.
Link REIT announced the deal to purchase the 74,000 square metre (800,000 square… Read More>>