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H&QAP buys San Francisco asset to create hi-tech hub

Published on October 12th, 2015

Hong Kong-based private equity firm H&Q Asia Pacific has bought Bay Park Plaza San Francisco for $90m. H&QAP will invest $10m in the 260,000 sq ft complex in the city…

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