Rahul Yadav, the controversial CEO of VC-backed Indian property listing platform Housing.com, has said he will transfer all his shares in the company to its employees.
Warburg Pincus plans to invest $125 million into a joint venture (JV) formed with Indonesian property developer Nirvana Development to build shopping malls in the country.
Southeast Asia and India-focused GP Creador has paid INR1 billion ($16.2 million) for a minority stake in Ashiana Housing, a publicly-listed Indian property developer.
Sequoia Capital has led a $60 million funding round for Wangzhu Corporation, an online construction services provider controlled by Chinese property developer Greentown Group.
L Capital Asia, a PE firm sponsored by luxury goods conglomerate LVMH, has invested more than $100 million in a second round of funding for Sasseur Group, a Chinese outlet shopping mall developer.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) has formed a joint venture with Chinese real estate developer Longfor Properties to invest in a mixed-used project in Jiangsu province, China.
TPG Capital, PAG Asia Capital and their co-investor Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP) have followed up their acquisition of DTZ, the property services arm of Australia-listed UGL, with the purchase of US-based Cassidy Turley.
The Blackstone Group is backing an investment platform launched by City Developments (CDL) that will enable the Singapore real estate firm to raise S$1.5 billion ($1.1 billion) in return for exposure to cashflows generated by properties on the resort...
The Blackstone Group has bought General Electric's (GE) residential real estate business in Japan for JPY190 billion.
TPG Capital-owned Australian poultry producer Inghams Enterprises has sold 31 properties to W.P. Carey, a US-based real estate investment trust, for A$157 million ($138 million).
Shanghai Jin Jiang International, a Chinese hotel operator backed by Hony Capital, has agreed to buy Europe’s second-largest hotel group Louvre Hotels from US real estate investor Starwood Capital.
ICICI Venture is being sued by a group of 69 non-resident Indian investors who are seeking $103 million in damages from over alleged losses from a property fund run by the GP.
The Blackstone Group and Indian developer Embassy Property Developments have acquired a 73% stake in Bangalore-based project comprising the Four Seasons Hotel and a luxury home development from Goldman Sachs.
China’s Anbang Insurance Group has agreed to buy the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York from Hilton Worldwide Holdings, a portfolio company of The Blackstone Group, for $1.95 billion.
Southern Capital Group has agreed to acquire a majority stake in United Engineers’ Singapore-listed engineering and construction division for S$230.2 million ($180 million) in cash.
Singapore sovereign wealth fund GIC Private has agreed to set up a joint venture with India's Brigade Group to focus on residential real estate investments.
Hony Capital has agreed to acquire a RMB15 billion ($246 million) stake in Chinese hotel company Shanghai Jin Jiang International Hotels Development.
Milestone Capital Advisors has exited its stake in warehouse complex Acorn Warehouse & Logistics Parks for $24 million, generating a 1.5x return.
The Carlyle Group is in talks with real estate developer China Vanke to acquire some of its commercial properties.
JD Capital has invested RMB600 million ($98 million) in Shenzhen International Enterprise for a 10.42% stake in the Chinese real estate developer.
KKR and Australia Securities Exchange-listed Abacus Property Group have together agreed to buy a majority stake in three office towers that form part of Melbourne’s World Trade Centre (WTC) for A$120.4 million ($112.3 million).
The Xander Group has invested INR4 billion ($65 million) in India realty firm Supertech to finance township and housing projects in Gurgaon in North India.
Tata Opportunities Fund (TOF), the flagship vehicle of Tata Capital, has invested INR4.68 billion ($80 million) in South Indian real estate developer Shriram Properites.
Fangdd.com, a Chinese real estate portal, has raised $80 million in a Series B funding from Vision Knight Capital, Lightspeed China Partners and CDH Venture.