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>>
Leading today’s roundup of real estate job changes, an agency alum has taken a top job at a Warburg Pincus-backed industrial developer in Vietnam, and an urban design veteran is moving to China’s Tianjin to work for AECOM. Singapore’s Mapletree… Read More>>
Singapore-listed Mapletree Logistics Trust is acquiring the remaining 38 percent of a logistics property in Sha Tin for HK$610 million ($78 million) and will now fully-own the strata-titled distribution facility in the residential and industrial district of Hong Kong’s northern… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong news roundup, the owner of apparel brands Nautica, Timberland and The North Face may soon be neighbours with WeWork after signing a major lease in Mapletree’s new office tower in Kwun Tong. Also in the headlines,… Read More>>
Minnesota’s record-breaking spell of arctic weather may have prompted a state of emergency last month, but it didn’t stop Singapore’s Mapletree from venturing into the midwestern US state for a major property deal.
The US unit of the real estate… Read More>>
The new year has dawned and at least a few of the region’s real estate executives will be starting 2018 at new desks as we browse through the list of who took on a new role this week. We start… Read More>>
Singapore plays a big role in this week’s People in the News, with an agency veteran joining a corporate real estate firm based in the city-state, while a professional at a leading business park developer gets a promotion. Meanwhile, a… Read More>>
Singaporean property group Mapletree has become the latest global investor to bet on building homes for data clouds, buying a portfolio of 14 US data centres for $750 million.
A joint venture of Mapletree Investments and Mapletree Industrial Trust (MIT),… Read More>>
WeWork, the New York-based shared office brand, is expanding its footprint in Hong Kong, on the heels of announcing $4.4 billion of new investment for its Asian growth drive.
The $17 billion firm has leased a full floor, covering nearly… Read More>>
As we head into July Asia’s real estate investors are showing no signs of taking a holiday, with major activity popping up in Singapore, Beijing and points in between. Leading off today’s headlines, Evergrande sees its taste for lower-tier cities… Read More>>