Coffee leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with news that the Chinese rival to Starbucks has ground out $561 million from a larger-than-expected IPO, making the online to offline coffee chain full of beans.
In today’s roundup of real estate headlines from Asia, Hong Kong’s housing rebound leads the way with home sales reaching new records over the weekend.
Elsewhere in the region, the investors behind an online to offline coffee startup seem eager… Read More>>
Selling coffee appears to be the big deal of the day as a Chinese online to offline java specialist hopes to raise billions of dollars in an IPO before mainland brew sippers run out of discounted opportunities to try their… Read More>>
Leading today’s top real estate stories from around the region, developers from Hong Kong and the mainland may soon be scraping up their change to bid for a prime commercial site atop Hong Kong’s high-speed rail terminus which could sell… Read More>>
The race for the hearts and wallets of China’s coffee addicts leads today’s real estate news as venture-backed Luckin Coffee says it will open 2,500 new stores this year. That optimistic worldview may not be shared by China Overseas Land… Read More>>
Starbucks may have a new competitor in the competition to satisfy China’s caffeine addicts after an up and coming mainland coffee shop chain announced today that it had raised another $200 million. Also in the headlines, Savills Investment Management has… Read More>>
A Chinese online-to-offline (O2O) coffee startup is claiming a $1 billion valuation, and unicorn status, after raising $200 million from a group that includes Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, GIC.
Beijing-based Luckin Coffee (瑞幸咖啡), which combines mobile apps, WeChat integration and… Read More>>