In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, two large teacher pension funds launch a joint venture to invest in US logistics assets, Chinese developer Vanke moves ahead with the Hong Kong IPO of its property management spin-off, and Las Vegas… Read More>>
Global fund manager AEW is selling a 16-storey office block in Singapore’s Raffles Place to a unit of Japanese construction and real estate firm Kajima Corp for S$286.9 million ($213.4 million), as global investors continue to target Singapore office assets.
SGX-listed CapitaLand Integrated Commercial Trust and insurer FWD Group have agreed to sell their respective half-stakes in a Singapore office building for a total consideration of S$1.28 billion ($950 million), with a Mingtiandi source identifying the buyer as a joint… Read More>>
Flexible office giant IWG is adding 22,000 square feet (2,044 square metres) of workspace across two floors in CapitaLand’s Plus building at Singapore’s Raffles Place.
The arrangement will bring Switzerland-based IWG’s Regus brand to the 28-storey building at 20 Cecil… Read More>>
CapitaSpring, a $1.3 billion mixed-use project in Singapore’s Raffles Place commercial hub, has achieved its full height of 280 metres (919 feet), according to an announcement by its owners.
Now 75 percent complete in terms of overall construction, the 51-storey… Read More>>
Singapore continues to attract tech giants from both east and west, with China’s Tencent now reported to be opening its first office in the city-state, soon after Tiktok’s parent firm Bytedance chose to upsize its footprint in the city.
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Singapore-based Sun Venture is aiming for a record price for a set of strata floors in the city’s urban core as investor demand returns to the financial hub.
The investment manager has put up for sale floors nine and 10… Read More>>
Tuan Sing Holdings has agreed to sell the Robinson Point office building near Singapore’s Raffles Place central business district for S$500 million ($364.2 million), or 34 percent over the property’s book value, notching an above market deal after real estate… Read More>>
Oxley Holdings has received an expression of interest from an anonymous suitor to buy the retail and banking podium of Singapore’s Chevron House for S$315 million ($223 million), the company said this week, with the reported offer coming in 34… Read More>>
Oxley Holdings announced late Thursday that it has received an unsolicited expression of interest in the amount of S$1.025 billion ($758 million) for the Chevron House building at Raffles Place, exactly one year after the Singapore-listed developer completed its purchase… Read More>>