Jyoti Ramchandani (Managing Director, SCORE+ Fund Manager) shared her thoughts on the future of student housing in the post-pandemic world on Mingtiandi’s Multi-Family Forum 2021.
Our Chairman, Suchad Chiaranussati’s interview published in the May 2021 issue of Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific.
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Our Chairman, Suchad Chiaranussati, and SCORE+ Fund Manager, Jyoti Ramchandani, contributed a Market Perspective piece (“Facing adversity – Major trends support core and core-plus strategies in Asia Pacific”) in the December issue of Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific.
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SC Capital Partners Group (“SC Capital Partners”) has appointed Chris van Beek as Executive Director and Head of Investor Relations.
SC Capital Partners, on behalf of its open end SCORE+ Fund, has expanded its footprint in Australia with the acquisition of 2 Elizabeth Plaza, North Sydney for A$127 million.
SC Capital Partners, on behalf of its SCORE+ Fund has exchanged binding contracts to purchase Two Wentworth Street, Parramatta for A$105.3 million.
SC Capital Partners, on behalf of its RECAP Fund series, and Fortius Funds Management (“Fortius”) have jointly acquired the three final retail assets in the mixed- used community development of the award winning A$2 billion Central Park in Sydney CBD for A$174.5 million from Frasers Property Australia and Sekisui House.
Singapore-based SC Capital will pre-sell its planned $700m mixed-use hotel and office tower in the heart of Sydney in what is being pitched as the marque offer of this half.
SINGAPOREAN SC Capital Partners’ dream of developing a $750 million 55-storey luxury hotel in Sydney is a step closer to reality.
After months of delays, state planning minister Rob Stokes has finally pushed a new $750 million 55-storey hotel a step closer to reality.