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Xinyuan Real Estate

150 East 52nd Street, Suite 6002
New York, NY 10022
(212) 321-7358
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Xinyuan Real Estate
Beijing-based Xinyuan Real Estate wholly owns the development holding firm XIN Development.
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05/12/16
Chinese developer Xinyuan Real Estate provided insight into its growing New York City operations this week, revealing that its upcoming Hell’s Kitchen condominium development is...
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04/05/16
A Renzo Piano-designed luxury condominium at 100 Varick Street could become the first major New York development to get debt, equity and mezzanine financing all...
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03/17/16
UPDATED, March 17, 1:55 p.m.: In a single weekend, Anbang Insurance Group laid out $19.3 billion in cash to acquire two marquee U.S. hotel portfolios,...
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01/25/16
Xinyuan Real Estate will move ahead with plans for a condo tower on the Hell’s Kitchen development site it recently closed on, though noting the...
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01/14/16
Xinyuan Real Estate has closed on the site of its first Manhattan condominium project in Hell’s Kitchen. The deal for 615 10th Avenue, which The Real Deal...
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11/13/15
Chinese firms make headlines in New York by investing in trophy office buildings and condo projects. But as quick profits become more difficult to achieve...
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11/04/15
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...
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10/14/15
From left: Greenland's I-Fei Chang, Jared Kushner, Xinyuan's Yong Zhang, Brookland's Boaz Gilad and Adam America's Dvir Cohen Hoshen Brooklyn’s biggest condo developers have a...
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09/16/15
From the September issue: A typical day for John Liang often feels like two in one. Liang, Xinyuan Real Estate’s managing director of U.S. operations, begins...
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09/16/15
China has emerged as a major player in American real estate, so it’s fitting that The Real Deal‘s U.S. Real Estate Showcase & Forum in...
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09/11/15
New York City and China’s biggest developers dished on joint ventures, EB-5 financing and the importance of good partners in a no-holds-barred chat at The...
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09/09/15
A pair of Brooklyn Heights townhouses were the priciest single-family homes to hit the market in Brooklyn in August, according to listings service Point2 Homes....
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09/02/15
With The Real Deal’s U.S. Real Estate Showcase & Forum in Shanghai just one week away, the more than 50 panelists attending next week comprise a who’s who of...
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08/27/15
Somewhere, a very hip person is patting him or herself on the back, thinking about how he or she is going to spend $6.5 million on a...
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08/20/15
With The Real Deal’s U.S. Real Estate Showcase & Forum in Shanghai just weeks away, a rundown of the experts set to participate on panels there reads...
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08/11/15
Between Monday night and Tuesday morning, all of New York’s real estate got 2 percent costlier – at least for Chinese buyers. In a stunning move, the Chinese government devalued...
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06/11/15
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...
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06/02/15
China’s largest real estate developers, China Vanke and Dalian Wanda Group, operate at a scale that makes New York’s giants look small. Tags: china, china...
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05/15/15
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...
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05/04/15
The lineup for The Real Deal’s new development showcase and forum is taking shape, with two new speakers announced for three panels that will cover topics like...
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04/23/15
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?...
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10/16/14
Roughly 600 apartments are headed to South Williamsburg by the end of next year. Check out the interactive map after the jump....
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09/16/14
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...
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08/13/14
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...
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06/11/14
Chinese residential developer Xinyuan Real Estate received a $165 million loan from investment management firm Fortress Investment Group for a condominium tower project in Williamsburg....
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10/14/15
From left: Greenland's I-Fei Chang, Jared Kushner, Xinyuan's Yong Zhang, Brookland's Boaz Gilad and Adam America's Dvir Cohen Hoshen Brooklyn’s biggest condo developers have a...
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Bidding wars. All-cash offers. Foreign buyers. Off-market sales. The telltale signs of New York City’s housing crunch have dominated headlines in recent years, as pent-up...
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All the talk about a second wave of condo development in Brooklyn is finally coming to fruition. On the heels of a rental boom, the...
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