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  • Chang Dean

    From left: Ifei Chang and a rendering of Pacific Park’s 615 Dean Street (credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox)

    Ifei Chang may have stepped away from the helm of Greenland USA and its massive Pacific Park development in Brooklyn, but she isn’t ready to turn her back on U.S. real estate.

    In a phone interview following her resignation, Chang told The Real Deal that she plans to continue her real estate career in the U.S., with a focus on bringing together U.S. and Chinese investors.  [more]

  • From left: Ife Chan,

    From left: Ifei Chang, Shang Dai, Eliot Spitzer, Steve Witkoff, John Liang and Stan Gale Jr. (Photo: Zak Agha)

    New York City and China’s biggest developers dished on joint ventures, EB-5 financing and the importance of good partners in a no-holds-barred chat at The Real Deal’s inaugural U.S. Real Estate Showcase & Forum in Shanghai.

    Speaking on Friday’s headline development panel, Spitzer Enterprises’ Eliot Spitzer, Steve Witkoff of Witkoff, Greenland USA’s Ifei Chang, Xinyuan Real Estate’s John Liang, Kuafu Properties’ Shang Dai and Gale International’s Stan Gale Jr. also touched upon overcoming the cultural differences between the U.S. and China. [more]

  • Rendering of 550 Vanderbilt and MaryAnne Gilmartin

    Rendering of 550 Vanderbilt at Pacific Park Brooklyn (credit: VUW Studio) and MaryAnne Gilmartin

    UPDATED, 4:54 p.m., June 15: After years of delays, the first condominiums at the Pacific Park Brooklyn development site near the Barclays Center opened for sales this week. [more]

  • Pacific Park/Atlantic Yards, in which Shanghai-based Greenland Holding Group bought a $200M, 70 percent stake

    The outer boroughs are increasingly gaining in popularity among foreign investors. [more]

  • From left: Yu Liang, Guo Ghuanchang and Wang Jianlin

    From left: Yu Liang, Guo Guangchang and Wang Jianlin

    The size of recent investments from Chinese firms and individuals in New York real estate has commanded headlines. Generally speaking, the properties being bought are familiar to those in the New York City property business. Those doing the buying, however, are less well known. [more]

  • From left: Greenland USA CEO I Fei Chang and Greenland Group chairman Zhang Yuliang and Pacific Park Brooklyn

    From left: Greenland USA CEO I Fei Chang, Greenland Group Chairman Zhang Yuliang and Pacific Park Brooklyn

    Forest City Ratner’s Atlantic Yards project — recently rebranded Pacific Park Brooklyn — isn’t the only U.S. development that Shanghai-based Greenland Holdings is fast tracking. [more]

  • china

    From left: China Vanke CEO Yu Liang and Fosun chair Guo Guangchang

    In a trend that can be seen both locally and nationally, wealthy citizens in China are receiving the vast majority of  investor visas from the U.S. government.

    About 80 percent of the recipients of the visas under the EB-5  program are from China. That program allows foreign nationals to receive residency status after they invest $1 million, or $500,000 in an area with high unemployment. The number of U.S. visas issued to Chinese investors in this program reached 6,895 in 2013, up from less than 2,500 in 2011. [more]

  • Atlantic Yards rendering (Credit: SHoP) and Bruce Ratner

    Atlantic Yards rendering (Credit: SHoP) and Bruce Ratner

    Forest City Ratner is pushing back the expected completion date for the prefabricated B2 tower at the firm’s long-delayed Atlantic Yards project. [more]

  • barclays-roof

    Rendering of new Barclays Center rooftop

    Forest City Ratner wants to cultivate a 130,000-square-foot garden on the rooftop dome of Barclays Center. [more]

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    From left: Renderings of 610 Lexington Avenue and Atlantic Yards

    Investors from the world’s most populous nation poured more money into commercial properties in Manhattan and other New York City boroughs than any other American market, according to commercial real estate research firm Real Capital Analytics. [more]