In today’s roundup of regional news headlines, asset management champ BlackRock plans a major expansion in Singapore, private equity giant Blackstone completes its acquisition of Aussie casino operator Crown Resorts, and Fitch Ratings drops coverage of a Chinese homebuilder.
A set of board level changes lead this week’s look at who’s changing places in Asia’s real estate world, as an Anbang executive appears to be exiting a role as some of the mainland’s leading corporates, and Korea’s biggest pension… Read More>>
India continues to be a hub of activity for US private equity real estate investors, with reports emerging today that Blackstone is set to invest another $1.3 billion in a set of Mumbai office assets. Also in the news, Brookfield… Read More>>
Leading today’s news, Asia’s richest woman could get wealthier still, thanks to an upcoming $200 million New York IPO for developer Country Garden’s education affiliate. Also in the headlines, a site along Hong Kong’s West rail line draw 35 expressions… Read More>>
At the top of the news today, One of Hong Kong’s biggest property developers has won out in his attempt to buy an Aussie power company, a top 10 mainland homebuilder broke $1 billion in operating profit by the end… Read More>>
Big moves at a sovereign wealth fund and a NYSE-listed Chinese developer top the list of familiar faces in new places among the region’s real estate community this week, with ADIA’s head of real estate for Asia leading the way…. Read More>>
It may be the end of the week, but the news keeps rolling in. Today’s headlines include Chew Gek Khim-led Straits Trading Company flipping a Melbourne tower it acquired last year for $123 million, Xinyuan Real Estate buying land in… Read More>>
It may be a holiday week, but that hasn’t stopped some of Asia’s real estate professionals from starting new positions. Nanjing’s Sanpower added a cross-border investment specialist, while Xinyuan Real Estate brought onboard a new CFO, and DTZ | Cushman… Read More>>
Some of the region’s largest real estate investors and developers made board-level changes in their teams this week, including a new CEO appearing at NYSE-listed developer Xinyuan Real Estate. We also found a new CFO appearing at Savills Investment Management,… Read More>>
NYSE-listed Xinyuan Real Estate has purchased a theatre in Queens, New York from JK Equities LLC for $66 million, as the mainland Chinese developer prepares to build its third condo project in New York City.
Xinyuan, which in 2012 was… Read More>>