Top-performing U.S. fund focuses on unloved real estate

NEW YORK (Reuters) – During a 2009 trip to Hong Kong, mutual fund portfolio manager Michael McGowan came across two 40-story office towers nearing completion in Kowloon East, a formerly industrial neighborhood across the bay from the city center, that were renting space for about HK$10 ($1.30) per square foot per month.

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