The five floors in Tower One - on Levels 24, 25, 34, 35 and 36 - are being bought by companies which are believed to be linked to the Singapore-based ARA group
Perennial Chinatown Point owns the retail mall and four strata office units in Chinatown Point, an integrated development. Chinatown Point is an attractive investment, says Perennial's chief executive. The firm's majority stake is expected to boost recurrent income and strengthen Perennial's foothold in the central business district
CapitaLand Ltd plans to appoint former HSBC Holdings Plc dealmaker Andrew Lim as chief financial officer to replace Arthur Lang, who is leaving South-east Asia's biggest developer, people with knowledge of the matter said
Singapore will match "in some form", Malaysia's road charge (RC) of RM20 at the two land entry points to Johor – the Causeway and the Second Link – that came into effect Tuesday, Channel News Asia reported.
With an 8.8 kilometre-long network of cycling paths completed some months ahead of schedule, cycling enthusiasts in Punggol can now get around the neighbourhood more easily on their bikes.
Parc Riviera, Queens Peak aim to tap buyer interest amid good showing at other launches. Two new condominium projects - in West Coast and Queenstown - will open their showflats this weekend in the hope of capitalising on good sales at recent launches.
Links to 12 MRT stations being built; LTA also calling tender to build facilities in five existing cycling towns
Uniqlo’s Orchard Road store in Singapore will be its largest in the region when it opens tomorrow. - See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/money/article/uniqlo-makes-biggest-south-east-asia-bet-as-ceo-looks-abroad#sthash.aflwbLD0.dpuf
Experts predict that by offering a lower price, office units at 8 Shenton Way are expected to attract strong interest from end-users looking for space in the CBD. Industry watchers also cited the rejuvenation of the Tanjong Pagar sub-market and the gradual development of the Greater Southern Waterfront as prime drivers for investors in the CBD.
A new Universal Design Guide for Public Places was launched by the Minister for National Development at the opening of this year’s Singapore Universal Design Week. The minister noted that it is key for public places to be inclusive and embrace the needs of everyone in the society, and be designed for the needs of all. The BCA also announced an expansion of its Accessibility Fund and a new BCA-MSF Universal Design Mark for Family-Friendly Businesses award with the Ministry of Social and Family Development. The award will looks at not just facilities but also business and service aspects