PEARL JAM, Soundgarden and Macklemore played there, as did the greats of an earlier era, such as Duke Ellington and Muddy Waters.
NEW ZEALAND'S parliament passed a law on Wednesday to ban many non-resident foreigners from buying existing homes, completing the Labour-led government's election campaign pledge.
THERE'S no stopping China's property market.
THE knee-jerk reaction by some buyers who raced to snap up private residential properties on the night of July 5 to beat the cooling measures that kicked in the next day sent developers' sales for July to its highest level in 16 months.
HEETON Holdings Limited and KSH Holdings Limited have jointly acquired the Smile Hotel Asakusa in Tokyo, the consortium said in a Singapore Exchange filing on Wednesday night.
[WELLINGTON] New Zealand's Parliament passed a law on Wednesday to ban many non-resident foreigners from buying existing homes, completing the Labour-led government's election campaign pledge.
DEVELOPERS in Singapore sold 1,724 private homes in July 2018, about 2.6 times the 654 units they moved in June 2018 and up 55 per cent from the 1,112 units they sold in July 2017.
[BERLIN] Under normal circumstances, the six-bedroom oceanfront home on Oregon's northern coast would be a sought-after haven for summer beachgoers. With a hot tub and a swimming pool, the Tuscan-style residence spans 3,300 square feet and includes sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean.
REAL estate agency PropNex has entered into a master franchise agreement with PropNex Realty (Vietnam) to grow its business in Vietnam.
CAPITALAND has won its bid to acquire two prime residential sites in Guangzhou, China, for 2.05 billion yuan (S$409.3 million), the property developer announced on Tuesday.
CANADIAN home prices rose in July from June on broad-based gains in most parts of Canada, but the price increases were small compared with historical averages for the month, data showed on Tuesday.
HIGHER income from investments - including S$20 million in interest income - and fair value gains of S$14.6 million on investment properties boosted second quarter earnings for Straits Trading Company.
Metro Holdings sees Q1 earnings drop by 19% in absence of one-off gain from joint-venture divestment
MAINBOARD-LISTED property and retail group Metro Holdings saw its first-quarter earnings slide in the absence of a one-off gain from an earlier divestment, according to unaudited results out on Tuesday.
H<span class="UNDERLINE">IGHER</span> income from its investments, which included S$20 million in interest income and a fair value gain in investment properties of S$14.6 million, boosted results for Straits Trading Company in its second quarter.
[HONG KONG] If Sherman Kwek sounds annoyed, he has his reasons — 2.9 million square feet worth of reasons.