Asia Green on sale via expression of interest

The expression of interest will close on 28 June at 3 p.m.

Premium Grade A office building, Asia Green, has been put on sale via expression of interest that will close on 28 June at 3 p.m., its official marketing agent Cushman & Wakefield disclosed.

The property located at 7 & 9 Tampines Grande comprises 8-storey office towers linked by a double-volume entrance lobby with retail and F&B units on the ground floor. 

It has a total net lettable area of 285,559 sf and an existing strata subdivision approval with 23 separate strata titles and a total strata area of 319,249 sf.

“Singapore lacks good quality office space in decentralised locations. This is a very rare opportunity for investors to gain exposure to a tightly held Grade-A decentralised office market with a ready income stream from an existing high-quality tenant roster,” said  Shaun Poh, Executive Director of Capital Markets at Cushman & Wakefield.

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