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Heitman and GIC splash $2.3bn on mall stakes in US

Published on October 12th, 2015

GIC Real Estate and Heitman have spent a total of $2.3bn on stakes in a portfolio of US shopping centres. The Singaporean sovereign fund bought 40% stakes in five malls…

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