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  • Xinyuan

    615 10th Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen (inset: Xinyuan Real Estate’s John Liang)

    Xinyuan Real Estate is in contract to buy a Hell’s Kitchen development site for nearly $60 million, with the Chinese firm planning its first Manhattan condominium project, according to sources familiar with the transaction. [more]

  • Day in the Life of: John Liang

    September 16, 2015 04:50PM
    John Liang

    John Liang

    From the September issue:typical day for John Liang often feels like two in one. Liang, Xinyuan Real Estate’s managing director of U.S. operations, begins work at 9 p.m., with a series of conference calls with China, setting the stage for the next day in his Midtown East office. He refers to the former as his “China day.”

    Xinyuan, a publicly traded Chinese development firm, is about halfway through construction of its first New York project: the 216-unit Williamsburg condominium dubbed the Oosten. [more]

  • Foreign-Investment-panel

    From left: John Liang, Nicholas Mastroianni, Mona Shah, Jeffrey Dvorett, Nikki Field and Stuart Elliott

    Panelists at The Real Deal’s New Development Forum & Showcase on May 12 predicted a second wave of Chinese investment in New York City real estate, following a record year of capital flow that saw more than $3 billion pumped into the market. [VIDEO]

  • Oosten Yong Zhang

    From left: 429 Kent Avenue and Xinyuan’s Yong Zhang

    UPDATED, 5:20 p.m., May 15: Xinyuan Real Estate, the Chinese developer behind Williamsburg’s Oosten project, was hit hard by China’s slumping housing market in the first quarter.

    Xinyuan’s revenues fell by 26.4 percent year-over-year to $166.7 million, and its profits declined by 55.4 percent to a mere $4.5 million, according to an earnings report released Friday morning. [more]

  • TRD forum: China 2.0 is on its way

    May 12, 2015 05:05PM
    TRD Forum Panel 2

    From left: Jeffrey Dvorett, Nikki Field, John Liang and Nicholas Mastroianni II at The Real Deal’s New Development Showcase & Forum (credit: Eileen AJ Connelly)

    A second wave of foreign investment is on its way from China to New York City, and real estate players here who want to stay on top of their game will have to adapt, panelists said at The Real Deal’s annual new development showcase. [more]

  • Kaisa Kwok

    From left: a Kaisa development in Chengdu, China, and Kaisa’s former chairman Kwok Ying Shing

    Many in New York associate Chinese real estate companies with limitless funds and a never-ending ability to invest here. But what if they are wrong? [more]

  • Rendering of the Oosten at 249 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg

    Rendering of the Oosten at 429 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg

    Offerings at the first ground-up residential project by the U.S. branch of Chinese developer Xinyuan Real Estate Company are now up for grabs.

    The Oosten development, which will occupy a full block between Williamsburg’s Kent and Wythe avenues and South 8th and South 9th streets, is slated to hold a total of 216 condominium units starting at $710,000. The property, which has an address of 429 Kent Avenue, is offering up a mix of seven different kinds of apartments: townhouses, duplexes, one-, two- and three-bedrooms, lofts and duplex penthouses. Click here to see renderings of the units on offer.

  • From left: Yu Liang, Guo Ghuanchang and Wang Jianlin

    From left: Yu Liang, Guo Guangchang and Wang Jianlin

    The size of recent investments from Chinese firms and individuals in New York real estate has commanded headlines. Generally speaking, the properties being bought are familiar to those in the New York City property business. Those doing the buying, however, are less well known. [more]

  • oosten

    Rendering of 429 Kent Avenue

    Advertisements for a new residential development in Brooklyn are offering Chinese buyers a chance to get in on the action from afar. [more]