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Asian investors power into Battersea to take half of first phase apartments

Published on February 1st, 2013

The first residential phase of Malaysian-owned Battersea Power Station in London was nearly sold out within a month, with Asian investors accounting for half the purchases. Only “a few penthouses”…

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