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Singapore retail rents stabilising at suburban malls; may bottom out by early 2021

Overall retail rents expected to fall by 10% to 15% for 2020, while those in suburban regions will likely decline by 7.5%

Gross rents for prime retail spaces along the Orchard Road shopping belt fell 11 per cent, as stores struggle with the absence of international tourists, says Knight Frank.


THE increased activity in Singapore's retail sector hints at a bottoming out of rents by the end of 2020 or early 2021, Knight Frank's research team said in a report published on Friday.

Overall retail rents are expected to fall by 10 per cent to 15 per cent for the whole...

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