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Ascendas-Singbridge seals first Australian office purchase

Published on April 12th, 2016

Ascendas-Singbridge has bought a A$315m ($237.2m) office building in North Sydney for its new core fund, in the company’s first Australian office investment. The Singaporean state-owned company will rename 100…

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