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Mitsui Fudosan adds Manhattan project to overseas push

Published on February 9th, 2015

Mitsui Fudosan is to develop a $1.4bn Manhattan office tower as it increases investments outside of Japan. The Hudson Yards project will be the company’s second development in New York in…

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