In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, China’s bid to boost home sales during the Labour Day holiday week falls flat, Shanghai’s state-backed landlords suspend rent collection from tenants for up to six months, and Singapore-listed OUE Commercial REIT aims… Read More>>
Phoenix Property Investors is suing WeWork for abandoning a 10 year commitment to its flagship location in Causeway Bay, with the Hong Kong private equity shop said to be demanding payment of about HK$242 million ($30.8 million) on the alleged… Read More>>
Top level moves at fund manager Actis and WeWork lead this week’s review of personnel changes from around Asia Pacific, as the UK fund manager expands into Japan and the trouble co-working pioneer reshuffles its leadership. Also reporting fresh management… Read More>>
Flexible office giant IWG is preparing to open its 18th Hong Kong outlet and fifth in a former WeWork location in the city, this time in a newly refurbished building owned by blue-chip developer Swire Properties.
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Singapore’s Sun Venture has completed its acquisition of a freehold office building in central London from WeWork Capital Advisors for £148 million ($201 million), keeping up a string of acquisitions by Asian investors that helped drive a record 15 trades… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, debt-stricken China Evergrande gives up two land parcels to the government in the city of Chengdu, the Pavilia Farm project in Hong Kong is flagged again for its concrete quality, and mainland developer… Read More>>
Singaporean investment firm Sun Venture is reportedly offering to pick up a freehold office building in central London for around £150 million ($199.4 million) to mark its third UK deal since making its debut in the country last year.
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A pair of India deals lead today’s roundup of regional news headlines, as Canadian pension fund manager CPPIB invests in a Mumbai mixed-use project and Singapore’s CapitaLand acquires a plot for a Navi Mumbai data centre. China’s GDS, meanwhile, picks… Read More>>
Flexible office giant IWG’s sixth Spaces centre in Hong Kong will open at WeWork’s former flagship location in Causeway Bay’s Tower 535, becoming the fourth IWG outlet in the city to be grafted onto a space vacated by the once-highflying… Read More>>
In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, Hong Kong’s New World Development acquires a further stake in three run-down Causeway Bay buildings, flexible office provider IWG contemplates a spin-off of its digital assets, and a CapitaLand-CDL venture is set to… Read More>>