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New developments set to attract upscale tenants along Singapore’s Beach Road

New developments and proximity to the Singapore’s central business district make Beach Road a draw for a wide range of tenants, from fintech to multinational corporations

7 May 2019 - 7:18PM

New developments and proximity to the Singapore’s central business district make Beach Road a draw for a wide range of tenants, from fintech to multinational corporations

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