Mapletree Investments has purchased an information technology park in Chennai, India, from the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and its Indian partner for C$250 million ($187 million) as part of the Singaporean property developer and fund manager’s plan to expand… Read More>>
India stars in today’s collection of real estate headlines from around the region with a Singaporean investor said to have concluded a deal for an office park in Chennai and Blackstone reportedly closing in on a deal for a commercial… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s highest profile private equity firm has reached another milestone as Gaw Capital Partners is reported to have reached a $1.3 billion closing for its latest opportunity fund. Two more familiar players are also back in the news, as… Read More>>
Defaults, sheds and empty Japanese office buildings lead today’s collection of real estate headlines from around Asia as we finish off the first week of October. At the top of our list is a struggling Jiangsu developer that just can’t… Read More>>
Cigna Worldwide Life Insurance has become the latest multinational to flee the rising costs of Hong Kong island office space for Kowloon’s more budget-friendly shores, according to local media reports.
The US-based insurer is set to become neighbours with HSBC… Read More>>
Singapore’s Mapletree Investments has reportedly received a HK$9 billion ($1.15 billion) offer from mainland China-based Zhongrong Holdings Group for its Mapletree Bay Point office building in Hong Kong’s Kowloon East area, according to market sources familiar with the negotiations who… Read More>>
Singapore private equity firm Mapletree Investments is said to be putting a HK$9 billion ($1.15 billion) office tower in Kowloon East on the market as Hong Kong’s world-leading office rents continue to provide profit opportunities for institutional investors.
The Temasek… Read More>>
While the words Korea and Singapore have dominated the news headlines this week, some of the world’s biggest real estate investors are focusing their gaze on the suddenly less exciting South Korea, where chances of a meaningful sale and purchase… Read More>>
CapitaLand again led an annual ranking of Asia Pacific’s largest property fund managers, as the Singapore firm built a war chest of $61.3 billion of assets under management (AUM) in 2017, according to a recent survey by the Hong Kong-based… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, Singapore’s largest property firm CapitaLand may be getting into the business park business in eastern China, after signing agreements to explore building a high-tech park in Ningbo along with a township development in Jiaxing. Another Singaporean giant… Read More>>