Foreign investors are increasingly keen on Chinese commercial real estate in cities like Shanghai as they shrug off worries about a slowing economy and a property sector downturn. Photo: Bloomberg
Foreign investors are increasingly keen on Chinese commercial real estate in cities like Shanghai as they shrug off worries about a slowing economy and a property sector downturn. Photo: Bloomberg

Brookfield sees opportunities in China’s real estate market to snap up bargains from distressed developers

  • The Toronto-based alternative assets manager is targeting prime real estate in top cities after acquiring three buildings in Shanghai in September
  • Talks for lucrative assets are in progress but the deals depend on pricing, says Brookfield vice-president Yang Yiwen

Foreign investors are increasingly keen on Chinese commercial real estate in cities like Shanghai as they shrug off worries about a slowing economy and a property sector downturn. Photo: Bloomberg
Foreign investors are increasingly keen on Chinese commercial real estate in cities like Shanghai as they shrug off worries about a slowing economy and a property sector downturn. Photo: Bloomberg
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