LOS ANGELES, CA (May 17, 2017) – Greenland USA, a leading developer of residential and commercial properties, today celebrated the topping off of the third and final residential tower at Metropolis, placing the last steel beam across the top of the 56...

(LOS ANGELES) – March 31, 2017 – Greenland USA, a leading developer of modern and transformative properties, today celebrated the forthcoming Hotel Indigo® Los Angeles Downtown, a uniquely local and vibrant hotel for all looking to experience downtown...

March 2, 2017 Julia Herbst Architecture, Art, Business 1 Comment

If you’ve been downtown recently, you’ve likely noticed Greenland USA’s massive Metropolis towers going up on Francisco Street. But you may not have seen the 100-foot-wide LED...

LA Magazine

(LOS ANGELES) – March 2, 2017 – Greenland USA, a leading developer of modern and transformative properties, today unveiled “ConvergenceLA,” a capstone public art installation at its property Metropolis, created by local artists Susan Narduli and Refik...

Greenland USA Press Release

For muralist Eloy Torrez, it was the face that really got to him.

His beloved downtown Los Angeles mural, the “Pope of Broadway,” featuring actor Anthony Quinn, had been chipping and fading in the sun for years. But when Quinn’s painted face...

Los Angeles Times

LOS ANGELES – (December 30, 2016) – Greenland USA today announced it has secured a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) for the first residential tower at Metropolis (www.metropolislosangeles.com)...

Greenland USA announced today it has secured the first Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO) for 550 Vanderbilt, its first market-rate condominium at Pacific Park Brooklyn in New York. Greenland USA broke ground on the 278-unit building almost...

Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City of Los Angeles honored Greenland USA with a Certificate of Appreciation for its significant investment in the development of Los Angeles through Metropolis, Greenland USA’s 6.3 acre luxury, mixed-use property located...

Chinese investment in commercial real estate in the Bay Area remains robust despite an economic slowdown at home. Industry leaders, excited about two big-ticket acquisitions by Chinese investors, are optimistic that they're a sign of more to come....

ECNS

Winston Yan stood atop the largest real estate project of its kind in downtown Los Angeles, a monstrous patchwork of glass and concrete next to the 110 Freeway, and marveled at the bustle of workers, construction vehicles and cranes 38 stories below...

Los Angeles Times

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