Some of Asia’s biggest real estate investors are reshuffling their boards just before the spring festival break sends much of the region home for a few days. This week there are new independent directors at warehouse specialists ESR and ARA… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s biggest building sale of 2020 closed on one of the last days of the year, with sign-off on the trade of Swire Properties’ Cityplaza One in Taikoo also bringing to light the deal’s largest investor.
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An investment consortium led by fund managers Gaw Capital Partners and Schroders Pamfleet have agreed to buy the CityPlaza One office building in Hong Kong from Swire Properties, braving declining office leasing activity to make the city’s largest acquisition of… Read More>>
Warehouses are in the news again today as both Blackstone and Singapore’s GIC make logistics real estate investments in core Asia Pacific markets.
While two of the world’s largest investors seek safety in sheds, an eccentric Beijing business park builder… Read More>>
Real estate fund manager Pamfleet is about to become part of a £421.4 billion ($522.2 billion) global asset management giant after the Hong Kong-headquartered firm signed a deal this week to sell a majority stake of its business to London’s… Read More>>
Hanison Construction Holdings is said to be in due diligence on a Travelodge hotel in Hong Kong’s most expensive district, after offering a reported HK$930 million ($120 million) for the mid-scale hotel, according to two people familiar with the matter.
In this week’s edition of People in the News, the CEO of a Mumbai-based conglomerate’s real estate business has stepped down to pursue other interests, shortly after the company posted a 91 percent plunge in third quarter profits.
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In this week’s edition of People in the News, the former head of China Resources Land has been put up for a place on the board of Sunshine City Group, just four months after joining the board of Hong Kong-based Sun… Read More>>
In this week’s edition of People in the News, just a few weeks after Hong Kong’s flagship airline was reminded that it operates at the pleasure of Beijing, the city’s biggest developer has moved to strengthen its mainland bona fides… Read More>>
UK developer Chelsfield has teamed up with a group of Hong Kong and Malaysian investors to purchase a set of four office buildings in Shanghai for a consideration of RMB 1.5 billion ($210 million), according to an announcement to the… Read More>>