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China’s Gemdale stars in Hollywood overseas debut

Published on October 12th, 2015

Chinese state-owned developer Gemdale Properties has made its first overseas investment, a $125m, mixed-use project in Hollywood, California. Gemdale teamed up with local developer LaTerra Development to build a six-storey residential,…

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