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August 30, 2010
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GLife provides exceptional products and amenities, designed buildings and spaces that are both attractive and functional and become outstanding corporate citizens. GLife provides pedestrian-friendly, ecologically sensitive and architecturally distinctive living choices, while preserving local heritage and reviving urban life.

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