Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Chinese-based Melbourne property developer Jinding Australia on the acquisition of a 29 hectare development in Junction Village adjoining Cranbourne in Melbourne’s south-east, which has a permit for 311 land and housing allotments.
Jinding Australia specialises in Australian property services for buyers and property partners. They focus on Australian property development, real estate, property and funds management and financial, migration and education services.
The Herbert Smith Freehills team is being led by David Sinn, partner and Head of Real Estate – Asia Pacific.
Involved fees earner: David Sinn – Herbert Smith Freehills;
Law Firms: Herbert Smith Freehills;
Clients: Jinding Australia;