Rare Singapore Hotel Site Gets Record $415 Million Bid


Commercial buildings in the central business district in Singapore. Photographer: Nicky Loh/Bloomberg

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A rare plot of land that’s zoned for a hotel near Singapore’s central business district has attracted a record bid as developers shift focus after last year’s property cooling measures.

Midtown Development Pte, a subsidiary of listed group Oxley Holdings Ltd., bid S$562.2 million ($415 million) for the site, the highest among eight offers received, the Urban Redevelopment Authority said Tuesday. The land adjacent to Club Street, an area known for its bars and restaurants, is the first such plot released by the government in five years. At S$2,148.50 per square foot, that sets a new benchmark for hotel sites, Nicholas Mak at ZACD Group Ltd. said…
Rare Singapore Hotel Site Gets Record $415 Million Bid
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