Daily Archives: July 17, 2013 (8 Articles Found)

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Pre-war Chinatown coffee shop moving out

For about 75 years, Tong Ah Eating House has stood out in Keong Saik Road for its distinctive red-and-white facade and shape as it sits on a triangular plot of land. But from Mon next week, this old-school…

Home buyers seeking fixed interest loans to cushion themselves from the effect of an expected rise in global interest rates will find that some banks have already hiked their offers. On Mon, Maybank raised its three-year fixed rate…

Energy giants tie up to build lube park

Energy giants Shell, Sinopec and Total have come together to build a shared lubricants park in Tuas – the first of its kind here. Called Singapore Lube Park and spanning 5ha, it is a joint venture between Shell…

Business parks command strong Q2 leasing demand

Business parks saw robust leasing demand in the second quarter, with tenants signing up for some developments under construction well before completion, according to a report from CBRE. Among them, Fusionopolis Phase 2A has only 10 per cent…

More agents marketing commercial, overseas properties

After a slew of cooling measures that mainly affected the residential market, property agents are beginning to diversify their income into other segments, including commercial and industrial sectors as well as overseas projects. PropNex CEO Mohamed Ismail said…

CDL’s new EC over-subscribed

The 380-unit Lush Acres EC at Fernvale Close in Sengkang has been over-subscribed by 1.6 times following an e-application exercise over the weekend. Developed by City Developments Limited (CDL), the project saw keen interest from buyers due to…

Good time to lock-in loans, says DBS head

With mortgage interest rates in the US and Singapore expected to rise in the next one to two years, now is an opportune time for borrowers to switch from variable interest rate loans to fixed-rate loans, according to…

Property developer Top Global Limited is expected to launch its newest residential development along Bartley Road by the end of this month. The freehold project, The Quinn will have a French Indochine design and will comprise four five-storey…

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