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Oceanwide’s US business is sinking. Can it right the ship?
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Oceanwide’s US business is sinking. Can it right the ship?

In 2014, Oceanwide Holdings announced plans to build a 2.4 million-square-foot megaproject in San Francisco. The twin-tower development would...

Oceanwide’s US business is sinking. Can it right the ship?
Hudson Yards (iStock)
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EB-5 program set to expire at the end of June

A U.S. visa program that gave green cards to investors and was popular among real estate developers, is set...

EB-5 program set to expire at the end of June
(iStock/Illustration by Kevin Rebong for The Real Deal)
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New housing construction leaves US 5.5 million units short

In the past 20 years, new housing construction lagged 5.5 million units behind historical levels, according to a report...

New housing construction leaves US 5.5 million units short
The site and renderings of Premium Development’s nearby project. (Premium Development)

Multifamily developer buys piece of Little Havana assemblage

UPDATED, May 13, 8:45 a.m.: A market-rate multifamily developer paid $15 million for land in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood....

Multifamily developer buys piece of Little Havana assemblage
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