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Mercatus close to sealing Jurong Point purchase

The NTUC co-op is expected to pay S$2.2b or S$3,343 psf. Net yield works out to 4.2%

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Market watchers expect Mercatus to try and buy out minority owners DBS and Golden Village's space in Jurong Point to gain full ownership in Singapore's biggest suburban mall.

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IN THE biggest property investment sales transaction so far this year, Mercatus Co-operative, an NTUC social enterprise, is close to sealing a deal to buy Jurong Point for S$2.2 billion, BT understands. The price reflects a net yield of about 4.2 per cent. It also translates to

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