Hazens Investment

  • Los Angeles Hotels Trade Hands to Chinese Investors

    Southern California seems to be the perfect hospitality market for Chinese investors as two recent hotel deals were made by different companies entering the city’s real estate market. Chinese real estate developer Hazens Investment completed the acquisition of the Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel for a fee of $96 million, while earlier this month the Torrance Marriott South Bay was acquired by the Sichuan Xinglida Group Enterprises Co. for $74 million.

    Los Angeles 20 December 2013 19:50

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