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New car servicing centre in Singapore offers cigars and wine

Of the many car servicing centres in Singapore, few could top the standards of the new MBM Autocity, which offers some of the most state-of-art technologies as well as a lounge where cigars and wine are offered. Located…

Japanese fashion mall Lumine opens first overseas store and cafe in Singapore

Popular fashion mall Lumine opened its first store outside Japan on Sat at The Central mall in Clarke Quay. During the opening party on Fri evening at the store, the theme was set to “I AM WHO I…

SPH Buzz store launches first cashless vending machines

Long queues and loose change will no longer be a hassle for customers, with 16 cashless vending machines at a newly opened SPH Buzz convenience store. Officially launched on Mon, the store – a collaboration between SPH Buzz…

Overhaul of building design system for right maintenance

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A building manager takes over a building, only to find that his maintenance equipment cannot fit through the narrow corridor of the new structure. It is a scenario building managers here say happens all too often because maintenance…

Dakota Crescent lives on… in JB

Dakota Crescent is now a ghost town, after it was vacated this year as part of redevelopment plans for the estate. But across the border in Johor Baru, a parallel universe exists. Just 10 minutes from the Causeway,…

Many pluses to driverless vehicles

Once a far-off dream and the stuff of science fiction, autonomous vehicles (AVs) will be part of the roadscape sooner than we think (Driverless vehicle rides in three new towns from 2022; Nov 23). The Government is to…

Stop use of poison to cull pigeons

I was very sad to read about the dog that died after eating spiked bread believed to have been intended for a pigeon culling exercise. This is not the first time such an incident has occurred, and there…

Plug gap in eldercare with assisted living facilities

By 2030, one in four Singaporeans will be aged 65 or older. However, are we sufficiently prepared for this demographic challenge. While the Government has increased capacity for nursing homes and restructured our hospitals to provide better community…

En bloc veteran Karamjit Singh launches Showsuite

A year after leaving JLL’s residential team to pursue his own entrepreneurial interests, en bloc veteran and JLL senior consultant Karamjit Singh has launched the fruit of his labour. It is a new portal called Showsuite which he…

Watch this co-working space: Hot trend boosts office, retail market


The growth of co-working spaces has boosted the office and retail market and created new opportunities for landlords, say property watchers. The rise of the gig economy is one factor feeding demand for such spaces, according to Ms…

Oxley confirms talks to buy Chevron House

Oxley Holdings has confirmed that it is negotiating to buy the Chevron House building in Singapore’s financial district. Oxley, a property developer, said in an announcement before the market opened on Mon that it is in the process…

Singapore River clean-up is ‘never done’: PM Lee

Forty years after Singapore embarked on a cleanup of the Singapore River, PM is still having to exhort Singaporeans to desist from littering. The trash, notes Mr Lee Hsien Loong, washes into the river and drains. “The river…

En bloc sales for dummies – what happens when a property goes en bloc

En bloc sales are all the rage right now, but do you understand what actually happens when your property goes up for it? Here are the steps involved.

Residential property prices to rise by as much as 5% in next 2 years, says Macquarie

Macquarie Research believes the Singapore property sector is headed for an upcycle, with residential property prices expected to rise by 3-5% per annum over the next two years. “We continue to expect a price recovery, following the residential…

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