One year after selling off a portfolio of shopping centres to Link REIT, Singapore’s Mercatus is said to be selling off a set of shops, with that story leading Mingtiandi’s holiday headline roundup. Also making the list on Santa’s big… Read More>>
After opening the year selling a trio of mall properties for more than S$2.8 billion, Mercatus Co-operative has headed back to the market with a set of community retail assets carrying a price tag of S$265 million ($194 million).
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The manager of Frasers Centrepoint Trust and its sponsor, Singapore-listed property developer Frasers Property, have teamed up to acquire a 50 percent stake in the largest mall in northeast Singapore from Mercatus Co-operative Ltd for S$652.5 million ($497 million).
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Singapore’s Income Insurance has tapped CBRE Investment Management to manage its $3 billion real estate portfolio, according to a statement on Wednesday, with the news coming just two weeks after its sister company, Mercatus Co-operative, sold a pair of malls… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT is entering Singapore with a bang as it records the city’s largest real estate acquisition this year with a S$2.16 billion ($1.6 billion) purchase of a pair of suburban malls from Mercatus Co-operative Ltd, according to… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Asian property giant Link REIT reportedly closes in on the acquisition of a Singapore mall portfolio, and China regulators pull out the stops to help the nation’s ailing developers.
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A tender for a set of Singapore malls is down to two contenders, with SGX-listed Frasers Property and Hong Kong’s Link REIT battling it out for the assets belonging to Mercatus Co-operative, in what would be the city’s biggest property… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, NTUC is said to be scaling back the planned sale of its mall portfolio in Singapore, while the city-state’s heavy-hitting sovereign investors are reportedly in talks to lend support to a $10 billion… Read More>>
Singapore’s Mercatus Co-operative is continuing to sell down its real estate portfolio, with sources familiar with the company’s plans saying that it is preparing to sell off a one-third interest in a Sydney office tower which it acquired just over… Read More>>
Bright Ruby Resources, an investment firm backed by Chinese billionaire Du Shuanghua, has won the tender for 16 Collyer Quay, picking up the Raffles Place office tower from NTUC Income for approximately S$1 billion ($717.2 million), according to multiple sources… Read More>>