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Winning bid for Paya Lebar Central puts Lend Lease on track for major Singapore project

Published on April 13th, 2015

Lend Lease has won the bidding to develop a 165,000m2 mixed- use project in Singapore. Alongside a “major global investment partner”, Lend Lease submitted a winning bid of S$1.672bn ($1.22bn)…

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