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Harbour Centre beats 17 rivals to $568m Hong Kong tower

Published on January 4th, 2014

Wheelock & Co subsidiary to convert 27-storey Murray Building into a luxury hotel  Harbour Centre Development has bought a former government office tower in Hong Kong’s Central district for HK$4.4bn…

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