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.
Far East Consortium has zeroed in on London for a £250 million residential development, as the UK housing market picks up after Britain’s divorce with the EU.
The Hong Kong-listed residential and hotel developer, which has built out a global… Read More>>
Frasers Property is betting on the UK’s tech sector as it adds another commercial asset to its Great Britain portfolio, according to an announcement today to the Singapore stock exchange by the developer controlled by Thai billionaire Charoen Sirivadhanabhakdi.
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Hong Kong billionaires continue to take advantage of the Brexit discount on London property, as the chairman of the developer CC Land has agreed to buy the most expensive home ever in the UK capital.
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Mainland China developer CC Land has committed £182 million ($236 million) to a London regeneration scheme worth £1.2 billion, pumping money into a city that analysts expect to offer more opportunities following the landslide election victory by Boris Johnson’s Conservative… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed SEA Holdings is said to have purchased London’s Sanctuary Buildings from a Hana Alternative Asset Management-led consortium less than a year after the Korean investors bought the property from Blackstone, according to a local media report.
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A commercial REIT leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that the real estate investment trust, which has five properties in Shenzhen, is seeking to raising $400 million in a Hong Kong… Read More>>
HNA Group has sold its last asset in the UK to Hong Kong-based investment firm Sun Hung Kai & Co and Australia’s Macquarie Group for £100 million ($129 million), with the troubled mainland conglomerate completing its business Brexit while UK… Read More>>
A UK non-profit organisation has announced that the £1 billion ($1.2 billion) centrepiece of a scheme to regenerate London’s Greenwich Peninsula has been dropped by the Hong Kong-based company set up seven years ago by billionaire property tycoon Henry Cheng… Read More>>
Stamford Land Corporation has snapped up a commercial building on one of the City of London’s most historic streets, teaming up with a private firm controlled by the chairman of the Singapore-listed company to acquire the asset for £260 million… Read More>>