Chinese investors increasingly appear to have an appetite for large, distressed commercial buildings, in markets including Detroit, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Sometimes taking pride in buying iconic buildings at what they perceive to be bargain prices, Chinese investors are showing that they are willing to take on more risk than other foreign investors in U.S. properties. Source: WSJ

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