Saturday, December 9, 2017

Singapore Developers

SINGAPORE TRENDS


Because of rising demand, a number of En Bloc units have offered themselves as sites and finding purchasers

Here are the developers who were able to secure sites during 2017









































The most noteworthy transaction is tycoon Robert Kuok's Allgreen Properties re-entry to the  Singapore market with this month.
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Global Investments
Andrea Eng
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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Gaw Capital

Gaw Capital are the best connected fund managers in global real estate 

Nice real estate Christina Gaw
http://realestatefundmanager.blogspot.ca/2013/11/london.html 


OAKLAND
Gaw Capital purchase the 494 room Oakland Marriott Hotel for $143 million  -- 2017 May


BORA BORA


BORA BORA
Gaw Capital with Tencent founder Pony Ma said to be purchasing the Four Seasons Hotel In Bora Bora

http://www.reuters.com/article/four-seasons-ma-tencent-holdings-idUSL4N1G03FO



JAPAN
Gaw Capital sells Osaka Hyatt Regency for $153 million USD
https://www.perenews.com/news/global/2016-11-03/gaw-sells-osaka-luxury-hotel-for--153m/
They acquired the asset for $30 million in 2014
http://www.anrev.org/en/industry/details/162/979


Photo by Jason Hawkes

Gaw Capital and InvestUK signed the MoU to launch a £1 billion ‘Education Bond’, an investment product that allows Chinese and other international students to invest in the UK and gain permanent residence.
http://news.costar.co.uk/en/assets/news/2016/November/Chinese-students-embark-on-1bn-UK-property-debt-drive/


HONG KONG

  • http://www.marketing-interactive.com/intercontinental-hong-kong-to-close-for-transformation-in-2019-q1/

  • NEW YORK 

  • hong-kong-investor-buys-standard-hotel-for-a-discount


  • These are just some of the deals of Gaw Capital Partners.  They are experienced deal makers


    Real Estate Inteligence
    Curated By
    ANDREA ENG


    VANCOUVER | Bentall Centre

    VANCOUVER | Foreign investors


    Photo by Shelley Hayashi


    VANCOUVER

    Elephant in the room
    https://betterdwelling.com/city/vancouver/a-brief-history-of-foreign-buying-of-vancouver-real-estate/
    Just one viewpoint, I personally think people come to Vancouver for the glorious lifestyle and excellent airport - we can fly and be anywhere for a meeting on 24 hours notice




    Real Estate Inteligence
    Curated By
    ANDREA ENG

    Tuesday, July 18, 2017

    VANCOUVER | A Seismic Shift

    Video by Dr. Melissa Carr

    China Minsheng's Partial Ownership in Grouse Mountain Marks a Seismic Shift for Vancouver


    Last week the Globe and Mail broke the news that the iconic Grouse Mountain in Vancouver has been sold to an overseas investor.  They pointed out in an article on the weekend that its what foreign investors do in Canada that matters*.  The property and its operations has been on the market since last year.   The transaction closed yesterday at B.C. Lands Title Office.  

    That China Minsheng wants to invest in Canada is a vote of confidence in the country.  China Minsheng Investment Group (CMIG), the country's largest privately owned investment manager.

    China Minsheng and China Poly** both have North American roots well established in Vancouver.

    Timing Is Everything

    The closing of this significant transaction is unrelated to the sensitive geo-political events within China of the last few days.

    For Vancouver, Canada the significance of these three events cumulatively mark the 'growing up' of the city as an investment capital from SME and entrepreneurs and training ground for princelings, to a serious place for Asian Institutional Investors to park their people and their money for generations,   From previously a 'recreation home', many will move back and stay for the long term.   Vancouver has long been an important Asia Pacific City maintained primarily through the bamboo network of human capital more than financial capital.

    Here is the press on this transaction as at time of this post.  

    By Andrea Eng
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    * If you are not open the linked article because no subscription, suggest you download their app and will be able to access the article.
    ** My recent visit to China Poly >  http://hellotaitai-shop.blogspot.ca/2017/07/chinese-contemporary-art.html