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Singapore’s Suntec sells mall and buys into redevelopment

Published on July 13th, 2015

Suntec REIT has sold one of its older shopping centres for S$412m ($304.2m) and teamed up with the buyer to redevelop the asset. The Singapore REIT sold Park Mall to a…

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