Beijing-based China Fortune Land Development (CFLD) announced that it has agreed to sell a Beijing commercial project to Ping An Insurance for a consideration of RMB 5.829 billion ($830 million) as the developer shifts toward an asset light approach in… Read More>>
Hong Kong-listed developer China Jinmao announced to the stock exchange on 27 July that it has agreed to sell a combined stake of nearly 25 percent of the company to Ping An Life and New China Life Insurance for a… Read More>>
In Mingtiandi’s latest Hong Kong headline update, local giant New World Development has been making some acquisitions of old buildings for redevelopment in both the South Island area and in Kowloon’s Tsim Sha Tsui, as new sites continue to be… Read More>>
Shenzhen auctioned off five residential land parcels to a pack of 80 project-hungry developers on Monday, bringing in a total of RMB 22.4 billion ($3.2 billion) for southern China’s top tech hub.
The city’s first residential land sale of 2019… Read More>>
Real estate services leads Mingtiandi’s roundup of headlines from around the region today as agency giant CBRE announces plans to hire 3,000 new staff in India this year, after revenues grew 20 percent last year. In line with the real… Read More>>
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>>
Housing prices seem to be rising across Asia, and the region’s highest priced market may continue to rise another 10 percent in the new year. Also in the news, London’s best known department story goes under the knife to win… Read More>>
Shanghai-listed Greenland Group is leading a group of four Chinese investors, including a unit of insurance giant Ping An, in acquiring a 42-acre waterfront site in South San Francisco, California to build a $1 billion life sciences complex.
Already one… Read More>>
One week after Anbang abandoned its $14 billion bid for Starwood amidst a storm of speculation and investigation, Ping An Insurance Group took the opportunity to cast itself in a new light: as the anti-Anbang.
In an interview with the… Read More>>
China’s insurance giants continue to show off their hunger for US real estate with Ping An Insurance reportedly preparing a bid for a 209,000 square metre (2.25 million square foot) office complex in the San Francisco bay area.
Ping An,… Read More>>