Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, “Shop King” Tang Shing-bor has braved the property market downturn to buy a trio of retail properties for $HK1 billion ($130 million), while an investor consortium is said to have backed out of… Read More>>
Guangzhou-based Poly Developments and Holdings has agreed to pay RMB 2.5 billion ($355 million) for a combined residential and commercial site in Shanghai at a government auction, according to an announcement by the Shanghai Land Exchange.
The state-owned developer won… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Lands Department announced on Wednesday that a joint venture between China Resources Land and Poly Developments won a tender for the second-biggest parcel of land on the runway of Hong Kong’s former Kai Tak airport for HK$12.9 billion… Read More>>
Guangzhou-based Poly Developments and Holdings, formerly known as Poly Property Group, has won a Shanghai residential site for RMB 4.179 billion ($621 million) at a government auction, according to an announcement by the Shanghai Land Exchange.
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Country Garden Holdings was China’s top developer in 2018, as measured by sales contracts, maintaining its hold on the top spot for the second consecutive year in a year marked by consolidation among mainland developers.
The Guangdong-based builder chaired by… Read More>>
A unit of mainland conglomerate Poly Group has agreed to provide a HK$70 million ($8.92 million) transitional loan to insolvent Hong Kong construction and real estate firm Hsin Chong Group, as well as to invest at least another HK$1.56 billion… Read More>>
While the number of bids for mainland housing sites seems to be falling off the map, it’s clear that some of the biggest developers still have cash for sites after state-owned Poly spend nearly $1.5 billion to buy a pair… Read More>>
Mainland stock exchanges have suspended or terminated at least six asset-backed securities (ABS) issuances worth more than RMB 5.4 billion ($798 million) so far this month, igniting fears that authorities have broadened their clampdown on financing for Chinese real estate developers… Read More>>
Two mainland real estate giants announced plans for as much as RMB 8.8 billion ($1.3 billion) in asset-backed securities in the last two weeks as the mainland’s real estate investment market opens to a financing alternative to traditional bank loans.
Another US unicorn appears to be stumbling in the China market, as room-sharing giant Airbnb announces a sudden leadership shift in its mainland unit today. Elsewhere in the headlines, developer Hysan adds yoga spaces to its latest office projects and… Read More>>