Mitsubishi Estate's real estate holdings consist largely of Tokyo-area office buildings.

Mitsubishi Estate's new fund to target greater Asia

Japanese developer teams up with Hong Kong's CLSA to invest $1.8bn

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    Developer clampdown needed to revive Indian housing market

    Unethical practices and focus on premium sector underlie housing slowdown

  • Phnom Penh shows signs of building fatigue

    Residential construction easing in Cambodian capital but not for retail centers

  • LaLaport Kuala Lumpur mall breaks ground

    Mitsui Fudosan's $374mn project largest outside Japan

  • Hong Kong's sky-high housing prices raise alarms

    Young, frustrated would-be homeowners are being priced out of the market

  • Anthony Couse

    Belt and Road's potential real estate boost

    Construction companies stand to win big by signing up now

  • FT Confidential Research

    China DataView: First-time home buyers priced out of big cities

    Upgraders become largest buyers as incomes fail to keep up with surging house prices

  • Japan to tidy up scattered property records

    New system will aim to promote repurposing of idle land

  • Asia's largest REIT nears investment limit

    Link REIT to diversify from local malls to offices in Hong Kong

  • As developers step up Singapore land purchases, slump in home prices may end

    Chinese developers a factor in higher bids for sites

  • China debt 'could prompt $7.7 trillion asset sale'

    Privatization of state groups might draw foreign investors, says Citi

  • Shenzhen Investment sells property assets to Evergrande for $788 mln

  • Hong Kongers flock to foreign real estate

    Exorbitant local prices driving middle-class buyers abroad

  • Indonesian conglomerates see tech hubs reshaping real estate

    Sinar Mas group, Lippo racing to lure businesses to industrial towns

  • Tokyo new-office rents fall amid rising competition

    Choosy companies seek convenience with buildings set to debut in 2018

  • Singapore office market to revive as supply eases, Hong Kong firms show interest

  • Hong Kong to outstrip New York for Chinese investors

    Mainland developers worry about Trump, Brexit, says Colliers

  • Hoshino Resorts sees strong potential in troubled Osaka site

    Successful debut in city rests on remaking downtown area

  • China's addiction to lucrative land sales could spell trouble

    Funding method for economic stimulus seen as unsustainable

  • Tokyo's office space market softening ahead of 2018

    Expected surge in supply keeping rents down despite low availability