Posts filed under: Development

    Swire Properties has sold a duplex apartment at the ultra-swanky Opus Hong Kong in Mid-Levels for HK$497 million, setting a record as Asia’s most expensive flat. The 5,188 sq ft duplex flat A, on the ground and first...
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    Downtown Miami condo prices and rental rates are leveling out after two years of rapid appreciation, offering another sign of change afoot in the market as supply and demand shift, a new report obtained by The Real Deal ...
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    San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood is cranking up, boosted by a tide of technology companies and new highrise apartment buildings, at the same time that Asian real estate investors are pouring money into the city. Those two trends converged...
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    Trinity Real Estate is rethinking its plans to ground lease four valuable Hudson Square buildings in a deal that was poised to net the church up to $1.5 billion. The massive real estate arm of Trinity Church informed...
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    Earlier this year, I blogged about the excitement in China generated by the news that its Dalian Wanda Group planned to invest $1.09 billion to build and operate a luxury hotel in London. At the time of their...
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    The future of a tax break that has saved New York City developers billions of dollars has emerged as the thorniest issue in the state capital, twisting political alliances, alarming the city’s real-estate interests and serving as another...
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