NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MARCH 19, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
FOREIGN LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - GREENLAND LA METROPOLIS HOTEL DEVELOPMENT LLC
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Greenland LA Metropolis Hotel Development : Curbed LA
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Greenland La Metropolis Hotel Development - full coverage ...
... Greenland LA Metropolis Hotel Development, developers of the LA-Live-adjacent Metropolis megaproject, will be allowed to keep a quarter of the tax money ...
Pending Deal Could Jumpstart ‘Metropolis’ Megaproject ...
DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES ... Shanghai Greenland Group Co. is in final ... “We’re very excited that they have selected Los Angeles and the Metropolis project to ...
Big Chinese Developer Makes First US Deal - WORLD PROPERTY ...
... in a downtown Los Angeles project. The California State Teacher''s Retirement System sold the stake in the Metropolis development. ... Greenland Group ...
PHOTO EXHIBIT APPLICANT: Greenland LA Metropolis Acquisition, LLC Site Address: 811 – 899 S. Francisco Street and 1000 W. Eighth Street February 10, 2014 Page 3 of ...
L.A. Council backs $39-million subsidy for downtown hotel ...
The Los Angeles City Council moved ... The council voted 11 to 0 to negotiate agreements that would let Greenland L.A. Metropolis Hotel Development retain ...
China’s Greenland Group to build USD1 billion Metropolis ...
... Greenland Group, is set to debut in the United States after announcing construction of the USD1 billion Metropolis Los Angeles ... luxury hotel with 350 ...
China’s Greenland Buys Stake in Los Angeles Project - Bloomberg
China’s Greenland Buys Stake in Los Angeles Project ... Metropolis project ... located on the top floors of a JW Marriott hotel, ...
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