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158 Cecil Street being sold for S$240m

Alpha Investment Partners grants purchase option to a company linked to low-profile Singaporean Denis Jen, who owns malls in Australia

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Formerly known as The Spazio and Dapenso Building, 158 Cecil Street has won many accolades, including the top prize at the 2011 Skyrise Greenery Awards.

Singapore

A COMPANY linked to low-profile investor Denis Jen, who owns shopping malls in Australia, is buying 158 Cecil Street for S$240 million from a fund managed by Alpha Investment Partners, the fund management arm of Keppel Land.

The price works out to about S$2,100 per square

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