Gordon Tang

Taking challenges in global real estate with Gordon Tang

In a time when traditional investors are concerned about real estate fluctuations, Chinese tycoon Mr. Gordon Tang has been rewriting the rules. Gordon Tang is the Non-Executive Director of SingHaiyi Group, which has Mr. Neil Bush, brother of former US president George W Bush, as the Non-Executive Chairman. The association between Mr. Tang and Mr. Bush goes back to Oregon-based American Pacific International Capital (APIC), which specializes in acquiring and managing commercial real estate properties and assets. Under Mr. Tang’s able guidance, SingHaiyi Group, has completed some amazing projects in recent years. One of its first development projects – The Vales, which is 517-unit executive condo project in Sengkang – has been highly successful.

Mr. Tang and his team are focused on real estate acquisitions and asset enhancement, especially in markets where the trends haven’t been in favor. As a part of the process, the group had acquired Tri-County Mall in Greater Cincinnati at over 70% discount. In fact, with strong partnerships in Singapore, USA and Malaysia, Mr. Tang’s group is one of the first Singapore-based investors to find real estate success in the US. The group is already looking at European markets and plans to expand further in other parts of Asia.

Rethinking Global Real Estate With Investor Gordon Tang

Chinese tycoon and real estate investor Mr. Gordon Tang has come a long way since he first started with Tang Dynasty Pte Ltd in 1995. Initially, his ventures were focused on international trade, financial and corporate investments, but soon after, he entered the real estate industry. Along with Neil Bush, brother of former US present George R Bush, his wife Mrs. Celine Tang, and managing-director Mao Jinshan, Jason, Mr. Gordon Tang started the journey of SingHaiyi group. One of its first ventures The Values, which was a 500+ condo project in Sengkang, was sold off soon after launch.

Mr. Tang has incredible contacts, connections and partnerships in Singapore, USA and Malaysia, and with Mr Bush, their association goes long back with regards to Oregon-based American Pacific International Capital (APIC). APIC owns and manages many hotels in the US and beyond. Today, Mr. Tang is an investor with diverse portfolios, and his guidance and business acumen has taken the SingHaiyi group to new heights. The company has been investing extensively in real estate in the US and plans to expand to new territories soon. Mr. Tang also has other interests beyond his business and is the President of Cambodia Sailing Federation.