Coffee leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of Asia real estate headlines today with news that the Chinese rival to Starbucks has ground out $561 million from a larger-than-expected IPO, making the online to offline coffee chain full of beans.
Stories from Bangalore to Brooklyn their way into Asia’s real estate world today – with a brief stop over in the Bay Area (just the standard Bay Area, without any proclamations of Great-ness).
In Bangalore, Blackstone-backed Embassy Office Parks is… Read More>>
The authorities in Beijing have come up with yet another move to cool down the real estate ardor of their 1.4 million constituents, as the housing said it will limit loans for resettlement payments. Also in the news, China’s CIC… Read More>>
China’s Belt and Road initiative leads the region’s real estate news again today as a report deals how the global infrastructure program has led to mainland control of strategic infrastructure in Sri Lanka. Investors of a smaller scale are also… Read More>>
The Singapore government has awarded a prime commercial and residential site in the city’s upscale Bukit Timah neighbourhood to a consortium led by Far East Organization for S$1.2 billion ($904 million).
Far East Organization partnered with Hong Kong-based sister company… Read More>>