Wanda chairman Wang Jianlin is right where he likes to be, in the headlines. He revealed Dalian Wanda will spend $16 billion in Hunan province building malls, theme parks and various other things. Also of note, homebuyers are bailing on… Read More>>
When a person spends $170 million on a painting, you would assume they wouldn’t go bargain hunting for a home. However, most people aren’t taxi driver-turned-investor Liu Yiqian. While some Chinese billionaires were paying more than $45 million for high-level… Read More>>
A trio of Shanghai-based private equity investors have taken a majority stake in a 61 unit Manhattan condo development, as Chinese capital continues to find its way into the New York luxury residential market.
GEMA Capital Partners, with backing from… Read More>>
Chinese real estate developer Gemdale Properties & Investment has made its fourth major investment in the US over the last 12 months, and its first in New York, as the Shenzhen-based firm continues to expand its North American footprint.
The… Read More>>
Hong Kong Monetary Authority, the city’s de facto central bank, has become the latest Asian investor to jump into the New York market after investing $1.15 billion to acquire a 49 percent stake in an office tower in at 1095… Read More>>
The latest New York deal by China’s Greenland Group took a new twist last week when it was revealed that the mainland mega-developer bought its 41 percent stake in Manhattan’s Park Lane Hotel from Jynwel Capital, a company controlled by… Read More>>
Hard times have been hitting New York’s “Billionaire’s Row” – aka 57th Street from Park Avenue to Columbus Circle in Manhattan, with sales at luxury condo projects along the exclusive strip of Manhattan real estate disappointing in 2016, after years… Read More>>
China’s Greenland Group may come to regret investing in the renovation of New York City’s Park Lane Hotel. At least, that’s a parsing of statements from its main partner on the project, who recently reiterated his conviction that sales are … Read More>>
One of China’s state-backed “bad asset banks” paid $216 million last week for a 49 percent stake in a historic New York skyscraper, as Chinese investors continue to acquire New York properties.
China Orient Asset Management (International), a Hong Kong-based… Read More>>
Chinese developer Xinyuan Real Estate is taking on its first project in Manhattan after closing on a $57.5 million residential site earlier this month.
The NYSE-listed company signed preliminary agreements to acquire the land at 615 10th Avenue in Manhattan’s… Read More>>