US private equity giant KKR has formed a joint venture with Chinese apartment operator Funlive to develop and operate a 3,000-unit multi-family project in the southern suburbs of Beijing as mainland authorities continue to take steps to encourage rental residential… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China presses pause on private equity funds seeking to raise money to invest in residential property developments, Australia’s Lendlease plans a restructuring to cut costs, and Hong Kong’s New World Development sees its… Read More>>
Mingtiandi’s Asia Multi-Family Investment Forum commences this Thursday, 29 April with a spotlight interview session which brings together two of the most influential leaders in the region’s rental residential scene.
Graeme Torre, head of private real estate in Asia Pacific… Read More>>
The New York Stock Exchange this week said it would commence proceedings to delist Phoenix Tree Holdings, the listed entity of Beijing-based rental platform Danke Apartment.
In a Tuesday press release, the NYSE cited several factors that made Danke’s American… Read More>>
Greystar has acquired a site on Qiujiang Road in Shanghai’s Jing’an district for development under the American apartment builder and operator’s LIV’N rental brand, the company announced on 10 August.
The developer and fund manager purchased the roughly 8,000 square… Read More>>
A pair of loss-making Chinese rental apartment outfits are coming under increasing pressure from authorities, following allegations of financial exploitation.
The Shenzhen Housing and Urban-rural Construction Bureau said last Friday that it had launched an investigation into the business practices… Read More>>
Greystar Real Estate Partners has begun marketing its maiden project in China, as the US-based multi-family developer and operator notches another milestone in its Asia expansion.
Dubbed LIV’N 833, the upscale rental housing project is set to open in Shanghai… Read More>>
Loss-making mainland China apartment rental operator Danke has moved a step closer to listing on the New York Stock Exchange, just two months after Shanghai-based rival Qingke listed on the NASDAQ at the bottom end of its price range.
The… Read More>>
US private equity giant The Carlyle Group has taken a bet on China’s growing rental housing sector by investing in Shanghai-based corporate housing operator Anxin Apartment. Carlyle announced that it had acquired a “significant minority stake” in the mainland firm,… Read More>>
Greystar Real Estate Partners is gearing up to launch its first rental property in Shanghai, just nine months after the company reached a first close of $450 million on its Asia Pacific rental housing fund.
The US-based real estate fund… Read More>>