Property News - Inside Retail Asia
Vietnam’s retail supply increased slightly during the past quarter, reports Colliers Vietnam.
A transformation of Shanghai’s Plaza 66 will redefine luxury retail in China, says owner Hang Lung Properties.
A water park features in Shinsegae’s third Starfield shopping mall, being launched on Seoul’s outskirts next week.
Starmalls has had a 38 per cent surge in first-half net income to PHP1 billion.
Malaysia’s Hektar Real Estate Investment Trust has acquired the 1Segamat Shopping Centre in Johor.
McDonald’s China has formed a partnership with property developer Evergrande Group with the aim of speeding up expansion throughout the mainland.
Sultan Ibrahim of Johor has become the second-largest individual shareholder of 7-Eleven Malaysia Holdings.
Downtown Bangkok retail space is limited until the end of the year, according to a second-quarter report by Edmund Tie Thailand.
Megaworld is about to start site work on its first project in the north, Capital Town in San Fernando City.
More Singapore retail space was available during the second quarter this year following tighter availability the previous quarter, reports the URA.
CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management (CRCTML) has revealed it is divesting CapitaMall Anzhen in Beijing.
CapitaLand Mall Trust had net property income of S$117.5 million for its second quarter – 1.2 per cent higher year on year.