One of China’s biggest cross-border real estate investors picked up a 41 percent stake in a residential project to renovate New York’s Park Lane Hotel last week, adding to a portfolio that now covers London, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sydney and… Read More>>
China’s largest property developer is branching out into online finance in a move that could potentially give the state-owned firm one of the most modern financing systems in the world.
On Thursday, Greenland Hong Kong Holdings, a subsidiary of the… Read More>>
China’s largest property developer by sales will finally be listed on a mainland exchange after Greenland Group received approval last week from Chinese authorities to inject assets into Shanghai Jinfeng Investment.
The backdoor listing will create China’s largest listed real… Read More>>
China has a new real estate sales champion, as development of overseas projects has helped move Shanghai’s Greenland Group to the top of the country’s property sector.
According to figures released this week, state-owned Greenland increased its contracted sales in… Read More>>
China’s most aggressive overseas real estate investor broke ground on a $5 billion development project in New York yesterday and vowed that more deals will be on the way. But not necessarily in more cities.
Shanghai’s Greenland Group joined with… Read More>>
China’s most aggressive overseas investor has teamed up with Australia’s second-richest man in a race to win the rights to a multi-billion dollar casino development in Brisbane, Australia. In a joint venture first reported on Friday, Shanghai’s Greenland Group plans… Read More>>
Speaking on the sidelines of an industry conference in Beijing this weekend leaders of real estate developers Vantone, Greenland Group and China Resources Holdings took the first step toward a recovery by admitting that the industry has a problem.
Feng… Read More>>
Greenland Group, which has gained fame as China’s most aggressive outbound investor, plans to go public this year through a backdoor listing on the Shanghai stock exchange, according to a statement released on Monday.
The public listing of the government… Read More>>
Greenland Hong Kong Holdings Ltd. (337), part of Chinese state-owned Greenland Holding Group Co., announced yesterday that it will partner with fellow state-run developer, China Resources Land Ltd. (1109) to develop a Shanghai site it bought last month for 5.95 billion yuan ($985 million).
According to a statement filed with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the two companies will form a 50-50 venture for the site in the city’s Huangpu district.
China again declared its love for overseas real estate yesterday with developer Greenland Group agreeing to acquire a historic London site for a £600 million (US$984 million) development project. And in the same day, the developer announced that it would spend an additional £600 million to purchase a site along the city’s famed Canary Wharf.