Two towers are quickly rising next to each other within spitting distance of the Barclays Center in Prospect Heights.

Both are part of Pacific Park, originally known as Atlantic Yards, the biggest and most controversial development project in...


Greenland USA received Thank You Letter from New York State Governor Cuomo for its surgical masks donation.

NEW YORK, Jan. 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York City Regional Center (NYCRC) is pleased to announce the full repayment of $228 million to EB-5 investors in its Brooklyn Arena and Transportation Infrastructure Project offering (Atlantic Yards)....

Yahoo Finance


Five years after breaking ground in Downtown Los Angeles, Greenland USA has put the finishing touches on a mixed-use development first envisioned during the Reagan administration.

Metropolis - which spans a 6.3-acre site...

Urbanize LA


近日,有媒体报道美国联邦调查局(FBI)突击检查洛杉矶市政府及水电局事件,其中提及绿地涉嫌卷入其中的相关内容严重违背基本事实,给绿地美国公司(以下称“我方”) 的声誉和经济利益带来严重损害。为此,我方特严正声明如下:
二、关于FBI 曾于2018年11月对洛杉矶市第十四区议员惠泽尔(Jose Huizer)...

By Vivian Marino
March 5, 2019

Los Angeles’s downtown was little more than a sleepy office district not too long ago, where tens of thousands of suburbanites would clear out by the end of the workday and scores of classic Beaux-Arts and...

The New York Times

NEW YORK – (November 16, 2018) - The Borough President of Brooklyn Eric Adams, President of NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital Robert Guimento and Greenland USA CEO Hu Gang, today announced the opening of the new NYP Brooklyn Methodist...

By Kelsi Maree Borland | October 24, 2018 at 02:00 PM

Metropolis has had a big impact on the local economy, according to Greenland USA, the developer of the project. While sales of the second tower have just started, the first tower of the four...

By ROGER VINCENT OCT 19, 2018 | 8:05 AM

High-rise living, once a rarity in Southern California, is gaining new favor as reviving urban centers such as downtown L.A. and Hollywood attract thousands of new residents in search of neighborhoods...

Los Angeles Times

By Roxana Popescu October 18

One of the first things Anthony Nguyen sees when he wakes up, and one of the last things he sees at night, is the harsh reality he tried 10 years to escape: L.A.’s knotted freeways.

Nine months ago, he was...

Washington Post


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