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Inside Out: Building a Glass House in Russia

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In Russia, it is said, "Nothing and everything is possible." In "Inside Out," author Glenn Williamson explains the award-winning development of St. Petersburg's first modern Class A office/retail center by a multinational team of Americans, Russians, Brits, Turks, and Finns.

"Inside Out" provides a fascinating memoir of his experiences working as a developer in Russia in th
Paperback, 186 pages
Published February 12th 2014 by Archway
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May 06, 2014 Mandy rated it really liked it
Anyone who has had any experience of life in Russia, whether as resident or visitor, will immediately warm to Glenn Williamson’s fascinating memoir of his time there as a property developer. Admittedly property developers are not often thought of as interesting subjects for a book, but in this case Williamson’s take on the challenges of the reality of living and working in Russia make this a totally compelling read. Williamson, along with many others at the time, saw Russia as a land of ...more
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