A US arbitrator has ordered HNA Group to pay more than $185 million to SL Green, an investor in the Chinese conglomerate’s bankrupt Manhattan skyscraper, after the joint venture partners fell out over their failure to replace a departed anchor… Read More>>
A legal tussle between China Vanke and its partner in a Manhattan real estate project took a dramatic turn this week as their creditor, Chinese banking giant ICBC, moved to foreclose on the joint venture’s midtown high-rise.
ICBC on Tuesday… Read More>>
Korea’s National Pension Service and US developer Hines have teamed up to buy a 49.5 percent stake in a $2.3 billion New York redevelopment that lead architects Kohn Pederson Fox are billing as one of the jewels of 21st century… Read More>>
Mainland China developer Hopson Development Holdings is poised to make its first overseas acquisition after agreeing to buy a stalled residential project in New York for $113.5 million, according to a company announcement to the Hong Kong stock exchange.
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HNA Group confirmed today that it has sold a majority stake in a Manhattan office building, as the financially hobbled mainland conglomerate races to sell assets and raise cash.
The parent company of China’s Hainan Airlines said that it had… Read More>>
Cash-strapped HNA Group is said to be in talks to sell a Manhattan office building for $452 million — taking a haircut on its remaining New York real estate asset — after the US government reportedly ordered the Chinese firm… Read More>>
HNA has already sold more than $17 billion in assets in 2018, but even that hypersonic rate of disposals may not be fast enough for the US government, which is now said to have given the Chinese conglomerate an ultimatum… Read More>>
HNA Group is said to be selling off a controlling stake in its Manhattan office tower at 245 Park Avenue to real estate investment trust SL Green Realty, amid a panic sale of more than $14.5 billion in assets by Chinese… Read More>>
HNA Group has the highest interest expenses among Asian companies in the financial year of 2017, even topping Japanese conglomerate Softbank Group, according to a Bloomberg report. To address a debt crisis triggered by its recent two-year acquisition binge the… Read More>>
The Shanghai government-owned firm best known for developing China’s tallest building is partnering with US luxury home builder Toll Brothers on a $323 million, 19-storey condo project in lower Manhattan.
NYSE-listed Toll Brothers announced last week that its urban development… Read More>>