Major trades of investment properties in Shanghai fell by more than one-fifth in terms of value from 2021 to 2022, according to reports by property brokerages, as COVID-19 restrictions and economic weakness derailed deals during the second and third quarters… Read More>>
Shanghai’s office market continued to struggle in the last quarter of 2022, as the mainland financial hub was battered by COVID-19 chaos and sluggish leasing activity, but the market is poised to bounce back this year amid a broader economic… Read More>>
CapitaLand today announced the largest expansion yet of its renminbi fund management business with the acquisition of a Tishman Speyer office complex in Shanghai at a value of RMB 7.6 billion ($1.1 billion).
CapitaLand Investment’s (CLI) China Business Park Core… Read More>>
Hong Kong developer Sun Hung Kai Properties held the topping-out ceremony for the main office tower at its International Trade City (ITC) project in Shanghai’s Xujiahui area on 29 December, adding 70 storeys of office space to the company’s portfolio… Read More>>
Insurance giant AIA is diving into China’s commercial property sector by paying RMB 5 billion ($716 million) for a 90 percent stake in a retail-office complex in Shanghai’s Hongkou district, marking the largest cross-border investment in mainland real estate in… Read More>>
A building in downtown Shanghai was sold via an online auction of distressed properties for RMB 504 million ($72.3 million) on Thursday, giving its new owner a 27 percent discount on the original valuation of RMB 701 million, as China’s… Read More>>
A unit of Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corp is selling its stake in a residential development project in Shanghai’s suburban Jiading district for RMB 783 million ($112.3 million), exiting the joint venture it formed two years ago with local developer Gemdale… Read More>>
Sunac China has sold nearly 90 percent of its interest in a development project in Shanghai’s Huangpu district to a pair of state-owned investment firms for an estimated RMB 12 billion ($1.7 billion), as the troubled mainland builder continues to… Read More>>
A joint venture led by Shui On Land has won the land-use rights to develop a residential project on a plot in Shanghai’s Yangpu district with a bid of RMB 2.38 billion ($340 million).
A wholly owned subsidiary of Shui… Read More>>
Shanghai-based Vlinker is tackling urban China’s acute shortage of affordable rental housing and has attracted attention — as well as capital — from some of the world’s biggest real estate investors.
With that affordable housing gap in mind, Vlinker has… Read More>>