Oceanwide Plaza LLC
Ken Choi is general counsel of Oceanwide Plaza LLC, where he oversees the company’s risk management operations by leading corporate strategic and tactical legal initiatives for Oceanwide Holdings’ U.S. real estate flagship, an over $1 billion-dollar project with nearly 1.5 million square feet of mixed-use development across from the Staples Center. In this role, Choi leads a team that serves as key legal advisors on all major real estate and business transactions at Oceanwide Plaza, including the over 166,000 square foot open-air retail galleria known as the Collection at Oceanwide Plaza, the 184-room Park Hyatt Los Angeles hotel and 504 contemporary residences.
Prior to Oceanwide, Choi was a partner at DiJulio Law Group specializing in real estate litigations and transactions, including due diligence processing for multi-million-dollar real estate developments. There, he specialized in business and real estate matters including negotiating contracts for buying, selling, leasing, and constructing properties.
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