Politicians pushing to reform America’s EB-5 visas may have been handed some extra ammunition this month when the builder of the World Trade Center in lower Manhattan revealed that it was seeking to raise $500 million for the latest phase… Read More>>
Chinese real estate developer Oceanwide Holdings is taking on its fourth US project after agreeing to acquire a pair of Manhattan sites for $390 million.
Oceanwide acquired the project through its Hong Kong-listed subsidiary, China Oceanwide Holdings, which announced last… Read More>>
Fosun Group, China’s largest private investment firm, made its second US property investment last week when it bought a stake in a 47-storey luxury residential project on New York’s Madison Avenue.
For the project, Shanghai-based Fosun is partnering with a… Read More>>
Chinese investment in New York real estate jumped 43 percent to reach $3 billion in 2014, but some experts predict the trend will go much higher still.
How much higher? According to Bob Knakal, Cushman & Wakefield’s Chairman of New… Read More>>
China’s hunger for real estate in global gateway cities was demonstrated again this week when word leaked that the Bank of China is purchasing a Manhattan office tower for a sum said to approach $600 million.
The big four Chinese… Read More>>
Smart brokers know the value of a good contact list when you need to close deals. But not many are clever enough to use their WeChat contacts to sell $13 million in homes to clients they have never met before… Read More>>
Investment in Manhattan office properties reached US$5.5 billion in 2013, with an influx of Chinese investors helping drive the market to a record high, according to a recent market study.
The report from international property consultancy Colliers International found that… Read More>>
Here is a list of the day’s latest China real estate news collected from around the web:
A group of investors, including Chinese real estate tycoon… Read More>>
Stories in the New York Times and the San Francisco Chronicle this week point to Chinese billionaires driving a mini-boom in US luxury real estate.
According to the New York Times, there is so much demand among Chinese wealthy individuals… Read More>>