In Mingtiandi’s latest roundup of regional news headlines, a US developer sells a London mixed-use property to a Chinese-controlled Portuguese insurer, the family of a mainland hotpot tycoon snaps up a pricey Singapore bungalow, and the buyout of a Chinese… Read More>>
The UK narrowly avoided crashing out of the EU without a trade deal last week, but London may still seem like a haven of stability to investors from places facing their own economic challenges, as Hong Kong developer K&K adds… Read More>>
The biggest acquisition in the UK market this year comes from a Singaporean buyer, as UK developer and investor Land Securities Group, announced on Friday that it had agreed to sell an office block in the City of London for… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed Lifestyle International Holdings is close to signing a deal to purchase BP’s London headquarters at posh 1 St James’s Square for a reported £235 million ($307 million), as investors from the Asian financial hub continue to favour London… Read More>>
Suntec REIT last week became the latest Singaporean investor to buy into a UK commercial property this year, with the ARA Asset Management-driven trust picking up a half-stake in a two building complex for £430.6 million ($560 million), according to… Read More>>
Link REIT has moved forward with its first acquisition in the western hemisphere as the Hong Kong-listed real estate investment trust today announced a deal to purchase 25 Cabot Square in London for £371.4 million ($475 million).
Asia’s largest REIT… Read More>>
Link REIT is said to be in negotiations to buy Morgan Stanley’s European headquarters in London in what would be the trust’s first acquisition in Europe, with the prospective acquisition surfacing less than two months after the trust completed its… Read More>>
A Hong Kong property billionaire has agreed to sell his stake in a London REIT for £436 million ($544 million), bringing to a close a long-running battle for control of the trust’s West End real estate portfolio.
Samuel Tak Lee,… Read More>>
A Hong Kong family office has reportedly made its first solo property acquisition in London, defying the pandemic to snap up a commercial building next to oyster sauce maker Lee Kum Kee Group’s £1.3 billion ($1.6 billion) Walkie Talkie building.
Unpaid debt leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that a court has frozen assets belonging to a Chinese state-owned developer after it defaulted on RMB 1.7 billion ($240 million) in debt.