Chinese co-working start-up naked Hub, a private equity-backed unit under Chinese resort brand naked, has agreed to merge with Singapore-based peer JustCo. The merger aims to create the largest premium co-working operator in Asia to better compete against WeWork, the world's biggest co-working company, boasting a US$20 billion valuation.
Shanghai-based co-working space operator naked Hub, backed by private real estate investment firm Gaw Capital, said it has expanded to five cities in China and Vietnam and grown its co-working hub network to 21 across the region.
Hong Kong-based real estate private equity firm Gaw Capital Partners has led an acquisition of the Minatomirai Center Building, a class A office building located in Yokohama, Japan.
Hong Kong-based real estate private equity firm Gaw Capital Partners has purchased an office building in Perth, Australia, with the aim to convert the building into student dormitories, the firm announced today without disclosing financial details.
Grant Horsfield, founder of Shanghai-based resort and co-working space operator naked Group, always sees things differently. When others saw dilapidated farm houses in China's countryside, he envisioned seclusive luxury resorts. Now, a year after entering China's co-working space, the South African entrepreneur is convinced that the future of his multi-pronged hospitality and property business lies in fast execution.
Hong Kong-based private equity real estate firm Gaw Capital Partners just held a US$700 million first close for its fifth Asian real estate investment fund, which is targeting US$1.5 billion, according to someone familiar with the matter.
Hong Kong-based private equity real estate firm Gaw Capital Partners is raising US$1.5 billion for its fifth Asian real estate investment fund, according to a person with direct knowledge of the matter.
Hong Kong-based private real estate investment firm Gaw Capital Partners has sold Cupertino Gateway, a class A office building in Silicon Valley, to an undisclosed buyer for US$165 million.
In this episode of China Money Podcast, our featured guest is Goodwin Gaw, managing principal and founder of Hong Kong-based private real estate management firm, Gaw Capital Partners, which manages US$7.5 billion. Gaw talked with our host, Nina Xiang, about where in the Chinese property market he sees price corrections this year, why his firm is staying on the sidelines investing in Hong Kong, and his thoughts on Gaw Capital's performance. Read an excerpt below, but be sure to listen to the full interview in audio, or watch an abbreviated video version. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for free in the iTunes store. Q: Are you concerned about the recent market jitters on the financial health of Chinese property developers? A: In China, you have to go along with the government policy. The government policy now is actually to promote steady growth in the housing sector. Every time when the market goes up too much, the government puts the brakes on. We are in this type of situation where the government is trying to take away excessive liquidity in the market, so that the (housing) prices may correct or slow down. There will be tightening in some of …
Hong Kong-based private equity real estate firm Gaw Capital Partners says that it has acquired the Waterside House at Paddington in London on behalf of a group of Korean institutional investors, according to a company announcement. Gaw Capital Partners is the advisor and co-investor in the deal and will become the manager of the property.
Hong Kong-based private equity real estate firm Gaw Capital Partners says it has reached final closing of its US$1.025 billion fourth China real estate fund, Gateway Real Estate Fund IV, according to a company release.