China | Asia Property

Subscription Enquiries
Editorial Enquiries

This will be the secondary navigation

China

Published on February 9th, 2015

China’s government is taking steps to boost real estate and counter a GDP-damaging housing market slump. Warehousing and retail also offer opportunities for foreign investors with enough scale and nous…

Not subscribed yet? Click here for full access.

Companies & People

COMPANIES & PEOPLE

Cassidy Turley lends US muscle to DTZ DTZ has completed the acquisition of US firm Cassidy Turley, giving it a strong US presence for the first time. The global property...

Company Profiles

Keppel Land

With exposure to the weak Singapore market hitting the developer’s share price, its parent company believes a privatisation bid is the best route to expanding the firm across the region...

News

Keppel bids to take real estate arm private

Keppel Corporation has launched a S$7.1bn ($5.2bn) offer to take property arm Keppel Land private. The move contrasts with Cheung Kong’s plan to separate its property and non-property arms. If...

News

Asian divisions add over $1bn to CBRE and JLL 2014 results

The world’s largest property services businesses both pulled in more than $1bn in Asia Pacific revenues last year, contributing to a successful 12 months overall. JLL reported a 19% rise...

Research

Prime Asian rents and yields, Q4 2014

Survey

China

China’s government is taking steps to boost real estate and counter a GDP-damaging housing market slump. Warehousing and retail also offer opportunities for foreign investors with enough scale and nous...

Comment

Split decisions on two Asian property empires

For many people in Hong Kong, mistrust of the property-led conglomerates that touch every aspect of their lives is instinctive and often justified. Nonetheless, Li Ka-Shing seems to have come...

World News

Oceanwide brings Chinese capital to build towering San Francisco project

Shenzhen-listed Oceanwide Holdings is to develop a 186,000m2, twin tower project in San Francisco. The Chinese developer bought the site for the project from local developers TMG Partners and Northwood...

Current Issue