Hong Kong-listed developer Shui On Land Ltd and the UK’s family held Grosvenor Group have agreed to form a 50:50 joint venture to purchase the Nanjing International Financial Center office tower for RMB 1.62 billion ($250 million), according to an… Read More>>
Shared office giant WeWork leads the news again today as Japan’s Softbank decides to wager another $1 billion that leasing offices on a retail basis will continue to be a growth industry. Also in the news, a UK sports retailer… Read More>>
HNA Group jumps back into the region’s real estate headlines today as the Chinese conglomerate tries to shake off its debt hangover with a potential $2 billion sale of Radisson Hotels to Shanghai’s Jin Jiang Group and appoints a new… Read More>>
Leading today’s roundup, distressed Chinese conglomerate HNA Group may get some mileage out of its new friendship with Temasek Holdings, as the Singaporean investment firm is said to be pondering deals for HNA-owned Swissport Group and Gategroup. Also in… Read More>>
China’s Sanpower Group is poised to sell a majority stake in troubled UK retailer House of Fraser, less than four years after the Nanjing-based conglomerate bought an 89 percent interest in the department store chain.
Sanpower subsidiary Nanjing Cenbest (Nanjing… Read More>>
It may be a holiday week, but that hasn’t stopped some of Asia’s real estate professionals from starting new positions. Nanjing’s Sanpower added a cross-border investment specialist, while Xinyuan Real Estate brought onboard a new CFO, and DTZ | Cushman… Read More>>
Global real estate markets are likely to spend this week figuring out the impact of Brexit with Asian investors, including GIC facing some of the biggest worries, while agencies in Hong Kong are already reporting brisk sales of London projects… Read More>>
Real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle (NYSE: JLL), announced today that its client – ARA Asia Dragon Fund – had concluded the en-bloc sale of Nanjing International Finance Center to SanPower Group for a total transaction value of RMB… Read More>>
Asia’s richest man, Li Ka-shing continued to retreat from the mainland property market by selling a Nanjing commercial building recently for RMB 3 billion.
China’s Xinhua news agency reported on January 1st that mainland conglomerate SanPower Group indicated it had… Read More>>