LaSalle’s latest Asia opportunity fund has acquired a hotel near Tokyo Disneyland. The real estate investment group announced the investment in the 216 room, eight-storey asset as an opportunity to profit from a Japanese tourism boom as inbound traveller numbers… Read More>>
Japanese real estate giant Mitsui Fudosan has paid 85.03 billion yen ($811 million) for an 89-year-old building in Tokyo, a price 183 percent higher than expected by the seller, according to a report in Japan Property Central.
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A group of investors led by Hong Kong-based Asia Pacific Land have sold the Shiba Park Building, once Japan’s most expensive en bloc asset, for a reported 150 billion yen ($1.4 billion), according to Tokyo-based brokerage Japan Property Central.
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GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, is acquiring a 43 percent stake in Shinjuku MAYNDS Tower, a 97,978 square metre Grade-A office property in Tokyo for 62.5 billion yen ($558 million), according to a press release from the fund yesterday.
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Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is making its first foray into Asian real estate, by buying a majority stake in a set of five retail and office properties in Tokyo for 92.75 billion yen ($823 million).
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Britain’s Grosvenor Group is moving into the Japanese retail sector by picking up a 10-storey shopping tower in Tokyo’s Ginza district, adding to the company’s more than HK$6.8 billion ($871 million) in real estate assets under management in Asia Pacific.
Singapore’s GIC is continuing a string of outbound mega-deals by partnering with a Japanese REIT to buy the largest hotel in the Tokyo Disney Resort area for around 100 billion yen ($909.1 million). Under the terms of the deal, the… Read More>>
Leading today’s headlines, the number crunchers at KPMG have taken a closer look at mainland investment in Australia, and discovered that Chinese like property. Meanwhile, up in Hong Kong, Baring Private Equity has lined up a banking consortium to back… Read More>>
At the top of the news today, America’s best known investor doesn’t seem too worried about the long-term effects of China’s capital controls, and the country’s developers also ramped up their bets on the domestic property market at the end… Read More>>
Gaw Capital Partners today announced the purchase of its fourth property in Japan – a 95,000 square metre grade A office building in Yokohama – according to a statement today by the company.
The Hong Kong-based private equity real estate… Read More>>