Commercial Real Estate Thrives Via Foreign Backing While many people struggle with residential real estate, commercial real estate in some parts of the country is still attractive. New York-based Related Companies, one of the nation's biggest developers, is behind massive projects like New York City's Time Warner Center.
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Commercial Real Estate Thrives Via Foreign Backing

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Commercial Real Estate Thrives Via Foreign Backing

Commercial Real Estate Thrives Via Foreign Backing

Commercial Real Estate Thrives Via Foreign Backing

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While many people struggle with residential real estate, commercial real estate in some parts of the country is still attractive. New York-based Related Companies, one of the nation's biggest developers, is behind massive projects like New York City's Time Warner Center. It recently received a $1.4 billion investment from a group that included three Mideast entities.