At the top of today’s headlines, the state famous for the Black Hills has turned to Blackstone to invest $300 million of its pensions in Asian property assets. Also in the news, Wanda is asking for six months time to… Read More>>
Funds, fund-raising and a unique Singapore retail property lead today’s real estate headlines as we finish off our first week’s worth of November. Maybe BlackRock should have followed the lead of Hong Kong’s Gaw Capital after the US asset management… Read More>>
China is now enabling operators of rental housing projects to convert their income streams into listed securities, as the government moves to foster affordable housing for the country’s growing middle class.
The Shenzhen Stock Exchange announced this month that China Young… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Gaw Capital Partners is the latest investor to bet on China’s appetite for affordable housing, as the government pushes rental apartments to mitigate the country’s residential woes.
The private equity shop announced that a fund it manages has… Read More>>
The gloves have come off in the fight for dominance of the shared office market as US co-working champion WeWork takes a swing at Chinese challenger URWork over an oddly similar moniker. Also in the news today, BlackRock unloads its… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus is betting on China’s rental housing market by redoubling its investment in a rental residence platform it co-founded, Shanghai-based Nova Property Investment. An affiliate of the global private equity giant is committing $183 million to Nova, aimed at… Read More>>
Even in the midst of one of China’s biggest property boom cycles ever, there are still those companies that can’t make money, as Greenland Group revealed this week in its interim financial report. Also in the news, GLP sells off… Read More>>
Wanda returns to its quest for theme park hegemony today by boldly going where Mickey and Minnie would fear to tread. Plus, a major state-run developer announces plans to ramp up Hong Kong projects just days after China’s top authorities… Read More>>
China Vanke is adapting to the central government’s plan to boost the supply of rental housing, after the country’s second largest developer confirmed that it will develop an 83,550 square metre Beijing residential project it purchased last December as a… Read More>>