Property News - Inside Retail Singapore
The notorious IT shopping centre Sim Lim Square is on the market with a $1.1 billion price tag.
PLQ mall, part of a S$3.3 billion mixed-use Lendlease project in Singapore, is more than 50 per cent pre-committed.
CapitaLand Vietnam plans first mixed-used project for Hanoi.
Phasing in from next year, Raffles City Chongqing is Singapore’s largest development in China – a vertical urban district including a retail podium.
After buying land in Shanghai, GIC Private and China Vanke plan to jointly develop a high-end shopping centre.
CapitaLand has achieved its highest total profit after tax and minority interests (PATMI) since 2008.
Suntec City and Alipay have signed a two-year partnership to launch Alipay touchpoints in the shopping mall.
Singapore’s GIC has injected KW100 billion (US$91 million) into Korean retail major E-Land Group.
Chinatown Plaza is up for collective sale, with Edmund Tie & Company as sole marketing agent.
Rental adjustments and higher taxes hit second-quarter revenue for Global Real Estate Investment Trust (SGREIT).
CapitaLand Retail China Trust Management (CRCT) weathered a dip in its final quarter to end the year on a high note.
The freehold ICB Shopping Centre has been put up for tender with a reserve price of S$60 million.