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Oceanwide brings Chinese capital to build towering San Francisco project

Published on February 9th, 2015

Shenzhen-listed Oceanwide Holdings is to develop a 186,000m2, twin tower project in San Francisco. The Chinese developer bought the site for the project from local developers TMG Partners and Northwood…

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