Another Chinese developer is selling off an overseas real estate project, but unlike its compatriots at Wanda, Greenland and HNA, state-owned Gemdale Properties and Investment is disposing of its grade A office project in San Francisco after completing and fully… Read More>>
Gaw Capital is selling a San Francisco office complex that covers three city blocks to Blackstone for $245 million, according to loan application documents filed by Blackstone in the US.
Stephen Schwarzman’s New York-based firm has signed an agreement to… Read More>>
A cross-border development unit of China Minsheng Investment has broken ground on its first project in San Francisco, where home will costs at least $2.5 million just to build. Also in the news, the “charitable foundation” which HNA set up… Read More>>
A consortium led by Chinese property giant Greenland Group has completed its exit from what was once touted as a $2 billion project on the West Coast of the US less than two years after buying the site.
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HNA Group has reportedly sold an office tower in San Francisco for $290 million, marking yet another disposal of an overseas asset as the Chinese conglomerate seeks to pay off a debt pile estimated at $100 billion.
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Chinese developers from Greenland to Wanda may be choking on their overseas property projects, but Shenzhen-based rival Gemdale could be in line for a big payday as it puts a newly completed, fully-leased San Francisco office building on the market.
Hong Kong-based private equity real estate fund manager Gaw Capital Partners has raised another $50 million for its Gaw US Fund III commingled fund, according to a report in West Coast property news site The Registry citing a board meeting… Read More>>
Greenland Group was once a leader of China’s outbound investment wave, snapping up nearly $19 billion in overseas real estate projects from Los Angeles to London over less than four years.
But the state-owned, Shanghai-based developer has reduced that nearly… Read More>>
China Oceanwide, which is building the second-tallest skyscraper in San Francisco, has recently added to its landmark project by scooping up an adjacent retail property for $32.5 million. As reported in The Registry, the Beijing-based developer plans to renovate the… Read More>>
One of China’s largest private investment groups has teamed up with partners in the US to invest in a waterfront development site in San Francisco, joining a growing number of mainland and Hong Kong investors that are betting on the… Read More>>