November 2017 | Asia Property

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Chinese still active in continuing Hong Kong deals boom

Beijing-based firm drives purchase of The Center stake as restrictions fail to stem flow of mainland capital     Hong Kong’s real estate market has continued its stratospheric rise with...


Unlocking past assets’ future promise

Developers, investors and occupiers in Asia are starting to see both the financial and environmental benefits of renovating and repositioning older assets, rather than demolishing them to make way for...


ANREV delegates see bright future for Asian fund investment, but asset price bubble is cloud on horizon

Nearly two thirds of respondents to survey at annual conference of non-listed funds body cite sudden price correction as their main worry, but more than 80% plan to increase property...


Survey: introduction

Regional Japan ‘Abenomics’ has revived Japan’s economy and property investors have benefitted from the world’s lowest interest rates, but many are now looking beyond Tokyo’s low yields to secure better...


GIC and Vicinity trade stakes in Sydney malls

GIC and Vicinity Centres have swapped stakes in Australian shopping centres in a deal valued at A$1.1bn ($843.7m) Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund took a 49% stake in Vicinity’s Chatswood Chase...

Company Profiles

Poly Housing ABS

Chinese property developer Poly Real Estate’s launch of a listed vehicle that will issue securities backed by rented housing is a significant development for China’s REIT and securitisation markets China’s...

10th Anniversary Special

Cross-border deals and outbound investment track sharply upwards in Asia property’s roller coaster ride

Overall investment volumes have climbed back up to a new peak from the trough of the global financial crisis, while Asian outbound investment has grown from a few million to...


Logistics starts to deliver outside Tokyo for investors

RCA data shows more than half of all Japanese logistics deals occurred outside Tokyo in the first half of this year, and while Osaka is oversupplied, a shortage of modern...


Market talk

“The world economy is in the middle of what many are calling a synchronised upswing. A strong rebound in manufacturing, led by Europe, appears to be at the heart of...



Buildings outsmart people in C&W’s brave new world of work What will the world be like in 2040? Oppressive, nagging and with nowhere to sit, Cushman & Wakefield reckons. The...


Li’s Pacific Century poised to win £6bn project in London

Company run by son of Cheung Kong chairman lined up as new preferred developer, as Barrett withdraws Hong Kong tycoon Richard Li is tipped to take over a £6bn ($7.8bn)...