In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, US-based Digital Realty reportedly considers a trust IPO in Singapore, casino giant Las Vegas Sands is hit with a $12 billion lawsuit in Macau, and ESG-linked borrowing soars to a record high in… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s New World Development this week announced a pair of asset disposals with the development giant taking in HK$3.6 billion ($460 million) from the sale… Read More>>
Gambling and property magnate Stanley Ho, whose lavish lifestyle and series of marriages had earned him celebrity status in Hong Kong, passed away yesterday at the age of 98, according to an announcement by the family.
The “King of Gambling”,… Read More>>
Singapore’s Perennial Real Estate Holdings has broken through a virus-induced lull in the investment market to notch the Southeast Asian financial hub’s biggest property sale so far in 2020.
The SGX-listed developer announced today that it has agreed to sell… Read More>>
Casino tycoon Stanley Ho’s Shun Tak Holdings has paid S$593.5 million ($444 million) for a pair of luxury residential plots near Singapore’s Orchard Road shopping district, marking the company’s first foray into the residential market in the Southeast Asian city-state.
James Packer is one of the world’s best known gamblers, but even Australia’s casino king may have found the odds a bit too long in Macau, according to a story in the Wall Street Journal today. Also in the headlines,… Read More>>
Billionaire Stanley Ho’s Shun Tak Holdings has made its first major commercial acquisition in Singapore after the Hong Kong-listed company acquired a 61 percent stake in a commercial project along the city’s famed Orchard Road commercial strip.
Shun Tak paid… Read More>>
The king of the Hong Kong casinos is branching out in Singapore malls as Shun Tak real estate buys a plot on Orchard Road, plus China City Construction, which was recently seen as a default risk has paid off an… Read More>>
China Resources Land, a giant state-run real estate firm, became the mainland’s latest developer to go asset light last week when the Beijing-based company sold the hotel portion of a Shanghai development to Stanley Ho’s Shun Tak Holdings for RMB… Read More>>