The Pinnacle@Duxton, a 50-storey residential development in Singapore ‘s city centre. Its seven connected towers are collectively the world’s tallest public residential buildings. Photo: Reuters
The [email protected], a 50-storey residential development in Singapore ‘s city centre. Its seven connected towers are collectively the world’s tallest public residential buildings. Photo: Reuters
Singapore

As Singapore bucks global downturn, 6 in 10 say property is unaffordable

  • Price jumps have been fuelled by a supply shortage coupled with demand spikes from locals looking to upgrade and an influx of well-to-do foreigners
  • Surging property prices pose a challenge for the ruling People’s Action Party, whose achievements include the highest public housing rate in the world

The Pinnacle@Duxton, a 50-storey residential development in Singapore ‘s city centre. Its seven connected towers are collectively the world’s tallest public residential buildings. Photo: Reuters
The [email protected], a 50-storey residential development in Singapore ‘s city centre. Its seven connected towers are collectively the world’s tallest public residential buildings. Photo: Reuters
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