A real estate unit of China Resources plans to raise up to $1 billion in a Hong Kong IPO, with that story leading our roundup of real estate headlines from around the region. Also in the news, the… Read More>>
The continuing decay in China’s real estate sector leads today’s collection of headlines from around the region, with Moody’s downgrading one of the country’s largest developers to junk. Also making the list today, PGIM launches a tech-powered investment platform and… Read More>>
Chinese property investment firm Ping An Real Estate has put up for sale its half stake in Sydney’s A$2.4 billion ($1.67 billion) Salesforce Tower, according to reports published this week.
With the tower at 180 George Street in Circular Quay… Read More>>
Chinese video-sharing service TikTok agreed to lease 4,800 square metres (51,667 square feet) in the tallest office tower in Sydney during the first quarter of 2022, as tenants across Australia upgrade to premium spaces amid a struggle to attract staff… Read More>>
New leadership at Australia’s Cromwell Property Group leads our collection of regional personnel moves this week as the Sydney-based fund manager continues to set a new direction after Singapore’s ARA Asset Management and Straits Trading helped form a new board… Read More>>
Less than two months after purchasing a West Kowloon project for HK$42.23 ($5.4 billion) Sun Hung Kai Properties is reported to have found a partner to join in building the largest commercial tower on the peninsula.
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Property agent JLL, developer Swire Properties and the real estate technology arm of China’s biggest insurer Ping An kicked off mainland China’s first corporate proptech accelerator programme at an official launch in Shanghai last week.
Known as UrbanLab, the initiative… Read More>>
A joint venture between Ping An Real Estate and Landsea Green Group, the listed platform of Nanjing-based Landsea Group, has agreed to acquire an office property in Shanghai’s Zhangjiang High Tech Park, for an undisclosed sum, according to a Hong… Read More>>
Hotel and logistics professionals dominate our list of who’s secured a new job in the region, as senior level players from Intercontinental Hotels, Goodman and Ping An make an appearance, and there’s even a place for an executive formerly in… Read More>>
Shanghai’s largest developer may be expanding its Hong Kong presence with the purchase of one of the SAR’s oldest construction companies. Also in the news today, the Beijing government seems committed to upping the housing supply in China’s capital and… Read More>>