The new owners promise to keep San Francisco's most important hotel exactly how it's always been.
An affiliate of Oaktree Capital Management LP and real estate investor Michael Rosenfeld and his Woodridge Capital Partners LLC have finished their $200 million acquisition of the famous Fairmont San Francisco Hotel on Nob Hill.
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