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Industrial real estate defies manufacturing slowdown in 2023

Rents to rise fastest in prime logistics and warehouses this year.

Industrial real estate defies manufacturing slowdown in 2023

Rents to rise fastest in prime logistics and warehouses this year.

Entire office space floor on Orchard Road up for sale for $76m

The expression of interest closes on 22 February at 3 pm.

Developers seen tapering bids as gov’t bumps up land sales programme

Sites up for sale include seven private residential sites, an EC plot, a long-stay serviced apartments site and a mixed-use one.

Industrial landlords may have to lower rents as supply outweighs demand – expert

There is an average annual supply of 1.0 million sqm coming onstream between 2024 to 2026.

Diversification to shape real estate investments in 2024

An expert said capital will cascade into “alternative” sectors next year.

Other markets may overtake SG data centre capacity: study

This is due to a limited pipeline of planned and under-construction supply.

CBDs need to evolve, but remain most sought-after locations for business headquarters

More discerning occupier needs are driving the re-invention of central business districts, says Cushman & Wakefield’s Cameron Ahrens.

Freehold industrial units at Citilink Warehouse Complex are on sale

Prices of units start from below $1m to $20m for early birds.

Private residential price growth to be muted in 2023

Experts forecast a 3%-5% growth in prices for the year.

Recalibration, not retreat: Decline in tech firms’ office uptake in Singapore explained

As Singapore’s tech sector adjusts office space as a cost-cutting measure, experts predict gradual rebound in demand.

CBD Grade A vacancy rates to hit 5.6% in 2023

Cushman & Wakefield said net supply will outpace net demand this year.

The best is yet to come for SG's hospitality market: C&W

In April, Revenue Per Available Room (RevPAR) reached a historical high of $212 per night.

Demand for life science sustains as supply remains tight

Vacancy rates at Bipolis is at 4% in Q2 2023.

Suburban prime retail market seen to rise by 1.5%-3.5%

This is due to hybrid work and consumers’ patronage of essential services.