Singapore's collective sales process is about to enter uncharted territory, with architectural landmark Golden Mile Complex launching the first public tender of its building while being studied for possible conservation.
Completed in 1973, the building, considered an icon of urbanism with a signature step-terraced design, has 49 years left on its lease and is being launched at a reserve price of $800 million.
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