City Developments Ltd (CDL) has acquired a portfolio of 25 Tokyo apartment buildings from North American fund manager BentallGreenOak for JPY 35 billion ($230 million), marking the largest purchase to date by the Singapore property heavyweight in Asia’s most mature… Read More>>
Weave Living now has properties in three of Asia’s top real estate markets with the rental housing investor and operator announcing on Thursday that it has acquired nine apartment assets in Tokyo.
The recently completed multi-family residential buildings add 352… Read More>>
PGIM Real Estate has added to its Asia Pacific rental housing portfolio, with the US investment manager securing deals with local partners to acquire properties in Shanghai, Sydney and Brisbane.
In China’s commercial capital, PGIM led a joint venture to… Read More>>
UBS Asset Management has launched a multi-family development project in east-central Tokyo that is expected to be worth $230 million upon completion, as Japan’s red-hot rental residential market continues to soak up foreign capital.
The project in Koto ward’s Kiba… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed Weave Living has launched the latest location for its Weave Studios line in western Hong Kong island’s Sai Ying Pun area, marking its tenth location across Asia Pacific as the rental housing investor and operator continues to expand… Read More>>
As investors continue to grapple with inflation, M&G Real Estate is redoubling its commitment to logistics and rental residential opportunities in Asia Pacific to generate strong and stable returns, its regional research head told Mingtiandi.
Asia Pacific real estate remains… Read More>>
Singapore’s luxury housing market continued to record some of the world’s steepest increases in rental rates during the first half of this year, as wealthy foreigners flow into the Southeast Asia financial haven, according to a recent report by Savills.
Singapore’s Q Investment Partners has acquired a residential property in central Tokyo as the fourth and final asset of the private equity firm’s Japan multi-family housing fund, marking the closure of the $50 million vehicle.
The property consists of 42… Read More>>
Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala Investment Company has jumped into Japan’s red-hot multi-family sector, teaming with Canadian giant Manulife and US private equity shop Proprium Capital Partners on a joint venture to assemble a portfolio worth up to JPY 80 billion ($600… Read More>>
Arch Capital Management on Tuesday announced the acquisition of 25 multi-family assets in Tokyo for an undisclosed amount, marking the Hong Kong-based company’s first investments in Japan.
The properties, located within the capital’s special wards, are running at near full… Read More>>