Events in Australia, India and Japan command top coverage in Asia’s real estate industry today with US fund manager AEW adding a Melbourne office tower to its portfolio down under, while warehouse giant ESR takes on another Tokyo area project… Read More>>
Australia-based Chinese developer Golden Age and partner US investment firm Starwood Capital have shelved plans for a A$600 million ($427 million) Melbourne apartment and hotel complex, and are reportedly selling the site to Proprium Capital Partners Australia amid a slowing… Read More>>
More than 900 industry leaders, representing 570 firms from 36 countries, attended the annual MIPIM Asia real estate conference in Hong Kong last week, with technology and trade tensions among the recurring themes throughout the packed program of presentations, panel… Read More>>
Developed markets maintain the broadest appeal to investors in Asia Pacific real estate markets, with Melbourne, Australia being selected as city with the most appealing prospects for property investment, according to the latest Emerging Trends in Real Estate Asia Pacific… Read More>>
In its third Melbourne deal in as many months, pan-Asian logistics developer Logos Property has acquired a Kmart distribution centre in the city’s Truganina suburb for A$119 million ($86 million).
Logos, which is headed by logistics veterans Trent Iliffe and… Read More>>
APAC warehouse platform Logos Property announced late last week that it had purchased a 27.5 hectare industrial site in the western suburbs of Melbourne, with market sources cited in local media indicating that the Sydney-and-Shanghai-based developer had paid A$28 million ($20.9… Read More>>
Gaw Capital Partners continues to be in buy mode this week as the Hong Kong-based investment manager has headed south to Melbourne, Australia to pick up a hospitality and office complex for A$157 million ($115 million)
The family-run real estate… Read More>>
There’s good news and bad news in today’s real estate roundup, starting with a Chinese developer taking a loss on a Melbourne office that it bought for the supposedly lucky price of A$88,888,888. Some cities in northern Britain aren’t so… Read More>>
Singapore-listed Suntec REIT is buying a 50 percent stake in a downtown Melbourne office project from Australian property group Mirvac for A$417 million ($328 million), according to an announcement by the REIT’s manager, ARA Trust Management (Suntec) last week.
Once completed,… Read More>>
China’s Country Garden has scooped up a residential site in a suburb of Melbourne for A$400 million ($303.6 million), where it could build more than 4,000 houses.
Should the deal by the top five mainland developer win approval from Australia’s… Read More>>