Ivanhoe Cambridge-backed logistics developer Logos Property is making its first move into India, teaming up with a local developer to build high-end warehouses across the country. The Aussie-managed firm is partnering with Assetz Property Group, a leading developer in India’s… Read More>>
Australia and China-based Logos Property has secured new capital commitments from Canadian fund managers CPPIB and Ivanhoe Cambridge that give the logistics real estate developer a $484 million platform for developing and acquiring warehouse facilities in southeast Asia, according to… Read More>>
The air has turned cooler as we head into the holiday season here in Asia, but the job market is staying as hot as usual. This week a Singapore-listed REIT announces as new deputy CEO, a warehouse veteran joins a… Read More>>
Logos Property has announced its second joint venture with Ivanhoe Cambridge and CBRE Global Investors as the Australian-based logistics developer ramps up its investments in mainland China.
The three partners have formed Logos China Logistics Venture (LCLV), according to a… Read More>>
An Aussie-based logistics developer looks to go pan-Asian with a new hire in Singapore, a veteran office expert expands into residential in Hong Kong, and a former broker of the year gets some recognition at one of the international agencies…. Read More>>
Ivanhoe Cambridge-backed warehouse developer Logos Property has completed its first acquisitions in southeast Asia by purchasing a pair of logistics facilities in Singapore together with local firm Yang Kee Logistics.
The developer, which already has projects in Australia and China,… Read More>>
One of China’s biggest state-owned lenders is backing Moinian Group’s Manhattan luxury hotel project, and China’s property market shows mixed results in the latest batch of government data, with housing sales climbing but developers still holding off on investment. Read… Read More>>
Asia’s logistics real estate developers continue to be targetted by global investment heavyweights as Canada’s Ivanhoe Cambridge and Australia’s Macquarie Group have announced that they are making a joint offer to take over Logos Property Group, a warehouse builder with… Read More>>
China’s warehouse market continues to fill up with cash this week after a startup logistics developer announced a joint venture with Ivanhoe Cambridge and CBRE Global Investment Partners that could invest up to $400 million into China’s real estate market.