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Middle East investors drawn by US property as returns lag at home

New York

THE boarded-up building sat vacant on a tattered block in San Francisco until a small New York developer and a Kuwaiti real estate partner snapped it up in April 2014, attracted by the proximity to Twitter and other tech companies.

Over the next 18 months, New York's

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