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Nan Fung snaps up law firm’s City of London office

Published on March 9th, 2015

Hong Kong developer Nan Fung Group has bought City of London office building 6 Old Bailey from a UK unit trust for £79m ($120.7m). The 75,000 sq ft building is…

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