Warburg Pincus-backed Weave will throw open the doors to its second co-living space in Hong Kong next month as the two-year-old company races to keep ahead of a growing host of rivals aiming to provide millennial-friendly rental housing in the… Read More>>
Weave co-living is in the process of acquiring a serviced apartment complex at 123 Queen’s Road West in Hong Kong, according to market sources.
The Hong Kong-headquartered firm is said to be paying approximately HK$585 million to purchase the 23-storey… Read More>>
Warburg Pincus-backed Weave Co-living has completed the acquisition of its second property in Hong Kong, with this latest investment coming nine months after the company opened its first location next to Kowloon’s Prince Edward MTR station.
The new property, located… Read More>>
Co-working, co-living, co-biking and other hits of the sharing economy continue to lead the headlines today as a former pension fund executive raises $60 million to invest in shared living spaces. Also in the news, The Economist decides Singapore is… Read More>>
Leading off this week’s list of real estate professionals finding new ways to spend their time is a fund management heavyweight leaving for what are said to be entrepreneurial pastures. Also, a veteran Southeast Asia-hand moves from Vietnam to Cambodia… Read More>>
China’s biggest private investment conglomerate put its PR machine into hyperdrive last week as the company worked to reassure markets that it had completely recovered from the detention of its chairman last December. Plus, Dutch pension fund manager APG explains… Read More>>
Dutch pension fund asset manager APG Asset Management announced late last week that it is committing up to $650 million to acquire 20 percent of China warehouse developer and operator e-Shang, and to set up a joint venture with the… Read More>>