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Published On: Tue, Jan 7th, 2014

Closing Time: Chinese mega-developer buys Wandsworth’s £600m Ram Brewery

The Chinese state-owned developer Greenland Group has just bought the 7.75 acre Ram Brewery site in Wandsworth from Minerva, in a transaction with a total investment value of around £600 million.

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Image: Portrait of The Ram Brewery by Dr Neil Clifton (Creative Commons Licence)
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  1. PrimeResi says:

    JLL’s Guy Grainger talking to CNBNC about this deal and the supply/demand imbalance in London’s residential market: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?video=3000234490

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