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Lotte moves into Manhattan Palace in $805m hotel deal

Published on June 8th, 2015

South Korea’s Lotte Group will buy the New York Palace Hotel in Manhattan for $805m, from real estate investment manager Northwood Investors. Hotel Lotte Co, an unlisted unit of Lotte…

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