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Centro welcomes Challenger to Surfers Paradise

Published on February 1st, 2013

Challenger has bought the Centro Surfers Paradise Mall on Australia’s Gold Coast for A$162.5m ($168.9m). The Centro-managed syndicate that owns the mall has been trying to sell it since 2010…

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