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Chinese investor and developer Kuafu buys two slices of Big Apple resi market

Published on July 13th, 2015

Kuafu Properties is to spend more than $560m on two New York acquisitions. It will pay World Wide Properties more than $300m for a residential plot, and Related Companies $260m…

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