Boston project is US debut for Ping An and China Life | Asia Property

Subscription Enquiries
Editorial Enquiries

This will be the secondary navigation

Boston project is US debut for Ping An and China Life

Published on May 11th, 2015

China Life Insurance and Ping An Insurance have made their first investment in US real estate, buying into a $500m mixed-use project on Boston’s waterfront. The two insurance companies will…

Not subscribed yet? Click here for full access.

Comment

US private equity takes giants’ steps back to Asia

  In the years after the global financial crisis, Asia looked a harsh place to be for the US private equity giants, many of whom abruptly found themselves at the...

Apollo buys Venator as US private equity firms return to Asia

Apollo buys manager of $500m China fund, while Lone Star, Starwood and KKR also step up Asian activities US private equity giants are heading back to Asian real estate investment,...

Company Profiles

BLACKSTONE

The real estate investment and management giant will focus on gateway cities in china, India, australia and Japan to deploy a hefty $6bn raised for its first dedicated asian property...

News

Ascendas China Parks Fund pulls in S$333m

Singapore’s Ascendas has raised S$333m ($250.4m) for its latest China fund and committed the equity to a number projects. Ascendas China Business Parks Fund 4 will invest in a portfolio...

Survey

LISTED SECTOR

REITs have taken off in mature Asian markets over the past few years, with investors showing a preference for initial public offerings that have a weighty enough scale, the right...

Comment

City investment has a MAGIC formula

Global real estate fund manager TH Real Estate has identified five key metrics to evaluate a country’s commercial property investment prospects, based on the economic, social and political factors driving...

Survey

JAPAN

Despite record low yields and slow rental growth, low borrowing rates mean domestic REITs and foreign investors continue to chase prime Japanese assets, with some now venturing beyond Tokyo Japan’s...

News

Two fellow developers pull off bond issues

The promise of further easing of property market restrictions in China has outweighed the shock of the first developer default on dollar debt, by Kaisa Group Holdings with two other...

News

KaiLong set to spin off business parks as Singapore REIT

China’s KaiLong is planning to launch a Singapore REIT. The Shanghai-based real estate private equity firm, which is backed by PAG and Hong Kong’s Rykadan Capital, plans to float its...

Current Issue