A government clampdown on outbound investment has stifled many of China’s biggest buyers of overseas real estate, but Greenland Holdings is bucking the trend by going nearly all-in on its joint venture to develop part of a $5 billion New… Read More>>
For the second time in one week, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC has teamed up with Canadian pension giant CPPIB to buy up residential properties in the US, via a $550 million deal for multifamily assets primarily in the country’s… Read More>>
Singapore’s CapitaLand is making its fourth US acquisition in less than six months, buying a Silicon Valley hotel through its serviced residence unit The Ascott Limited in a S$81.5 million ($60.1 million) project.
The investment amount includes Ascott’s planned refurbishment… Read More>>
Greenland Group was once a leader of China’s outbound investment wave, snapping up nearly $19 billion in overseas real estate projects from Los Angeles to London over less than four years.
But the state-owned, Shanghai-based developer has reduced that nearly… Read More>>
China’s URWork has joined forces with an American flexible office provider to open its first US location in downtown Manhattan, as the battle for co-working domination intensifies. The $1.3 billion Beijing startup that aims to be China’s answer to WeWork… Read More>>
Ascott Residence Trust purchased a 224 room hotel near New York’s Times Square in the Singapore-listed REIT’s third New York hospitality acquisition in under two years, according to an announcement today by Ascott Residence Trust Management (ARTML), which manages the… Read More>>
Beijing-based Sino-Ocean Land has become the latest Chinese developer to bet on the Bay Area real estate market, after the state-owned giant bought a San Francisco office asset from Goodwin Gaw’s Downtown Properties, according to an account in TheRegistry.com.
Sino-Ocean,… Read More>>
Mainland real estate developer China Oceanwide Holdings is continuing its overseas investment spree with a move to acquire one of America’s best known names in technology media.
The Beijing-based developer, which has already made more than $3.8 billion in real… Read More>>
Chinese real estate developer Gemdale Properties & Investment has set up its fifth US real estate joint venture in just over 13 months, and its second major project in Manhattan, according to an announcement yesterday to the Hong Kong stock… Read More>>
Cindat Capital Management, the private equity affiliate of one of China’s big four “bad banks”, has made its first US health care real estate investment, acquiring a portfolio of senior housing and long-term/post-acute care facilities from Ohio-based Welltower for $930 million.
Teaming up… Read More>>