The Shanghai city government is putting up for tender three new residential sites with a planned construction area of just over 210,000 square meters, bringing its yearly proffering of residential land to more than two million square meters, according to… Read More>>
A subsidiary of mainland shipping giant Cosco made Shanghai’s biggest land buy of September when it picked up a 145,800 square metre (1.57 square foot) mixed-use plot in Baoshan district for the auction reserve price of RMB 4.1 billion ($596.2 million),… Read More>>
In less than three weeks time, China’s third biggest real estate developer in terms of sales made three land purchases in Shanghai, spending more than RMB 12.8 billion ($1.87 billion) on site acquisitions in China’s most prosperous city.
The latest… Read More>>
Despite a government clampdown that has scared developers away from bids for sites at the fringes of Shanghai and other major cities, a site in the Chinese commercial hub’s Xuhui district still proved appealing enough to persuade China Vanke to… Read More>>
Henry Cheng’s Chongbang Group has purchased a commercial site in Shanghai’s Hongkou district for RMB 7.1 billion ($1.05 billion), according to records from the city’s Land Transaction Market website.
The developer, which was founded by former Shui On Land executive… Read More>>
Leading the real estate news today from around Asia, the mainland company that bought Darwin port in Australia three years ago now has won approval for a new luxury hotel next to the controversial port project. Also in the news,… Read More>>
Shanghai has cancelled four planned land sales worth a total of more than RMB 5.41 billion ($796.4 million) in less than a month, as restrictions on the country’s real estate market dampen developer demand for new sites.
No reason was… Read More>>
Shanghai sold a pair of residential sites for a total of RMB 6.2 billion today as China Vanke and China Merchants Shekou swooped on the new projects in the city’s Qingpu District.
The set of transaction pave the way for… Read More>>
Shanghai put four commercial and residential land parcels up for tender this past week, making available new sites valued at a combined RMB 13.7 billion ($2 billion), across three districts of the municipality. The projects are expected to yield at… Read More>>
The suburbs of Shanghai saw nearly RMB 13.05 billion ($1.99 billion) of residential land change hands this past week, as the city seeks to boost new apartment supply to bring relief to its housing-hungry population.
The nearly two billion dollar… Read More>>