TE Capital Partners and LaSalle Investment Management officially launch Freehold Strata Grade A Commercial Development for sale – Solitaire On Cecil

SINGAPORE (24 March 2023) – Solitaire Cecil Pte Ltd (a Joint Venture “JV” formed between fund managed under TE Capital Partners (TEC) and fund managed under LaSalle Investment Management (LIM), where TEC is the development partner) today announced the launch of the highly-anticipated 127-metre Freehold Grade A strata commercial development in Singapore’s Central Business District […]

March 24, 2023

TE Capital, LaSalle Joint Venture acquires 140 Cecil Street in Singapore CBD

TE Capital Partners through its TE Asia Opportunities Series and a fund managed by LaSalle Investment Management has completed the acquisition of 140 Cecil Street, a 17-storey office building also known as PIL Building within Singapore’s Central Business District. TE Capital Partners will be the operating partner for the Joint Venture.

February 15, 2022

MINGTIANDI: Savills IM, TE Capital pick up $278m in Japanese apartments as multi-family deals rise

TE Capital Partners Acquires Second Portfolio of Multi-Family Residential Assets in Tokyo.

July 1, 2021
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Roxy-Pacific, Teo Tong Lim’s family office to buy Melbourne tower for $140 million

Roxy-Pacific, Teo Tong Lim’s family office to buy Melbourne tower for $140 million

July 7, 2020

TE Capital Partners acquires 350 Queen Street, Melbourne

TE Capital Partners Acquires 350 Queen Street Melbourne for A$145 million

July 7, 2020

Singapore’s TE Capital, Roxy-Pacific buy Melbourne Office Tower for A$145M

TE Capital Partners, the investment arm of Singaporean developer Tong Eng Group, said it has partnered with Singapore-listed builder Roxy-Pacific Holdings to buy an office building in Melbourne’s central business district for A$145 million

July 6, 2020

Beyond Blessings initiated by TE Capital

A $100,000 target to be raised together with the dollar-for-dollar matching program by TE Capital. 100% of the funds collected through this campaign will go towards affected families supported by Beyond Social Services.

June 6, 2020