In a joint effort with a pair of state-owned mainland partners, Xintiandi developer Shui On Land has won a government tender for a 78,256 square metre (842,340 square foot) prime commercial site near Shanghai’s Huaihai Lu with a bid of… Read More>>
One of the highest profile early entrants to the Shanghai property market is facing off against the biggest landlord in Hong Kong’s Central district in the final bidding for a prime commercial site in Shanghai’s Huangpu district expected to sell… Read More>>
Vincent Lo’s Shui On Group has closed on the RMB 4.65 billion ($701 million) sale of its Dalian Tiandi mixed-use project to Chinese business park builder Yida China Holdings, six months after the transaction was first announced.
Completion of the… Read More>>
At the top of today’s news, Shanghai-based Shui On Land didn’t sell off any projects in the first two months of the year, causing some dismal looking results for the Xintiandi developer. There’s better news in Singapore, which was ranked… Read More>>
Leading today’s Hong Kong real estate news, the city has sold HK$56.4 billion worth of properties in just 26 days in January. Also in the headlines, a Hong Kong property tycoon says the city’s real estate market will be dominated… Read More>>
Companies belonging to Shui On Group have signed contracts to sell over RMB 8 billion in projects in the past two months, but the Shanghai-based property firm may have to wait a bit longer to receive at least half that… Read More>>
Sometimes, the biggest HR news in the real estate world involves people staying put, such as the re-election of the chairman of one of the world’s largest construction firms. There have been plenty of job changes too, with a Singaporean… Read More>>
Shui On Land is selling off its mixed-use Dalian Tiandi project to a Chinese business park builder in a deal totalling RMB 4.65 billion ($701 million), marking the latest in a seemingly endless series of asset sales by the developer… Read More>>
Shui On has agreed to sell a 49 percent stake in its mixed-use Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) project in Shanghai for RMB 2.95 billion ($443.1 million), as chairman Vincent Lo continues to bail out the developer’s balance sheet.
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Leading today’s headlines, one of Hong Kong’s biggest developers hopes to cash in on the city’s hunger for commercial space by fostering a new commercial hub in Kowloon West, while one of China’s biggest developers of homes now hopes to… Read More>>