SC Capital Partners Pte. Ltd (“SC Capital Partners”) is pleased to announce that Ms. Natalie Massey has been appointed as the Deputy Fund Manager of SC Core Fund (“SCORE”).
SC Capital Partners Pte. Ltd (“SC Capital Partners”) on behalf of its SCORE+ fund, has acquired Rivervale Mall for S$230 million in Sengkang, a suburb in the North-Eastern region of Singapore.
Global real estate investors are allocating a larger proportion of their portfolios to Asia-Pacific markets. As a result, Florence Chong reports, pan-regional core funds are growing quickly
SC Capital Partners Pte. Ltd (“SC Capital Partners”) is pleased to announce that Ms. Jyoti Ramchandani has been appointed as the Fund Manager of SC Core Fund (“SCORE”). Ms. Ramchandani takes over the role of Fund Manager from Ms. Gillian Chee.
Singapore-based investment group SC Capital Partners have lodged a planning proposal to the Department of Planning and Environment to redevelop the 1216-square-metre site at 4-6 Bligh Street, where an 18-storey commercial building, Bligh House, currently stands.
SC Capital Partners Pte. Ltd, a Singapore-based institutional real estate private equity investment firm, is pleased to announce the final closing of its open-ended real estate core plus fund, SC Core Fund, with $451.5 million of total equity commitments.
Singapore-based SC Capital has raised US$451.5m (€392m) for its debut core-plus real estate fund, SCORE. The fund had an initial target of US$400m and will now be closed to new investors for three years, or until 95% of the has been invested.
AccorHotels has announced a management contract with strategic partner SC Capital Partners Group to see the seven-storey Micasa Hotel Apartments Yangon rebrand to Mercure Yangon Kaba Aye in Q3 of 2017.
SC Capital Partners, the Singapore-based investment management firm, is targeting to wrap up the initial round of capital raising for its debut open-ended core-plus vehicle in Asia at around $480 million, PERE has learned.
Suchad Chiaranussati, managing director of SC Capital Partners Group, spends some $1 billion a year snapping up hotel assets. But ask him where he would put his money next, and what’s his answer? Pet hotels.