Continuing Mingtiand’s new roundup of Hong Kong real estate headlines, in today’s SAR news, a pair of local developers team up to win the MTR auction of a site in soon-to-be posh Wong Chuk Hang, while Wing Tai scores an… Read More>>
China is famous for its paperwork, but many Mingtiandi readers may not yet know about the three different purchase contracts often being used to buy housing in the country’s heavily regulated markets. Also in the news today, Starbucks goes super-venti… Read More>>
The Hong Kong government has awarded a waterfront site in Cheung Sha Wan to a consortium of five Hong Kong and mainland developers for HK$17.28 billion ($2.21 billion), breaking price records for residential land in the city.
The winning consortium,… Read More>>
Private equity superstar Barry Sternlicht’s Starwood Capital Group and Chinese developer Shimao Property Holdings are planning a $200 million China hotel joint venture, according to a conversation between Shimao executives and industry analysts this week.
Shimao will own a 51… Read More>>
China’s government leaders have just finalised plans and priorities for the coming year, and high on the list is taming the country’s housing bubble. This approach makes a major departure from the agenda set last year, when reviving the housing… Read More>>
China’s most indebted developer dug itself in even deeper today, and investors punished the company’s stock today after core profit slid nine percent. Plus, Carlyle raises money to for an Asian acquisition drive and that big developer with the falling… Read More>>
Every day Mingtiandi scans the web and curates the day’s biggest stories for you. Here’s what we found today:
Dalian Wanda Bidding $850 Mil for Parent Co of Ironman Triathalon
Chinese property and investment firm Dalian Wanda Group is in… Read More>>
Hui Wing Mau, the billionaire chairman of Shanghai-based real estate developer Shimao Holdings, has officially become a player in the European market with his purchase of a central London office complex.
Hui, who has already acquired commercial real estate assets… Read More>>
Shanghai-based Shimao Property is heading to the international bond markets for the second time this year, as the real estate developer seeks to improve its liquidity and finance both existing and new projects during China’s property downturn.
In this latest… Read More>>
International debt markets didn’t wait for the rescue of Shenzhen-based Kaisa Group to bring back Chinese developer notes as Shimao Property sold an $800 million seven-year bond on Tuesday night.
The debt issue came just hours before Tianjin’s Sunac Holdings… Read More>>