A skyscraper down under leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with the news that a three-way joint venture between a major Australian property group, a Tokyo-based developer and the real estate arm of a… Read More>>
A joint venture between Sun Hung Kai Properties and Ping An Insurance has won a land parcel in Hangzhou for RMB 13.26 billion ($1.88 billion), earning the right to develop 857,700 square metres (9.23 million square feet) of commercial and… Read More>>
Chinese financial giant Ping An has increased its stake in top ten mainland builder China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) to 25.25 percent, less than seven months after it acquired nearly one fifth of the group to become its second largest… Read More>>
The cloud-breaching Lotte World Tower in Seoul has been recognized as the best new skyscraper in the world, beating out Zaha Hadid Architects’ Generali Tower in Milan and 150 North Riverside Plaza in Chicago.
The tapered 555-metre, 123-storey glass and… Read More>>
China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) has announced to the Shanghai Stock Exchange that it will accept debt financing of up to RMB 6 billion ($870 million) from Ping An Asset Management, the second-largest shareholder in the developer and a unit… Read More>>
The game of musical chairs continued at mainland developers over the week, with China Fortune Land pilfering yet another executive from rival China Resources Land. Wu Xiangdong joined Yu Jian in leaving China Resources Land for China Fortune Land Development,… Read More>>
Top ten mainland builder China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) this month announced that it is welcoming three senior executives from Ping An Insurance to take leading roles at the developer, just three months after the insurer paid RMB 13.8 billion… Read More>>
A unit of Chinese financial giant Ping An is acquiring almost a fifth of China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) in the group’s third major acquisition of a stake in a top publicly listed developer in the last three years.
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Chinese insurers’ $15 billion overseas real estate shopping spree may go on the endangered list, as the country’s insurance regulator reprimanded three major insurers for illicit cross-border investments Saturday. The move is part of the regulator’s efforts in reining in… Read More>>
At the top of today’s news, the co-chairman of Chinese super-investor/debtor HNA Group claims that the company is a victim of a plot by dastardly reactionary forces. And speaking of cross-border investment, a premium condo tower in San Francisco backed… Read More>>