Developers likely to convert more retail and office buildings into private housing: Property analysts

On the first day of the launch of Sky Eden@Bedok in September 2022, about 75 per cent of its 158 units were sold. PHOTO: FRASERS PROPERTY
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SINGAPORE – In May 2021, developer Frasers Property said it had secured provisional approval from the authorities to redevelop Bedok Point into a residential development.

The mall was the first of several retail and office buildings that subsequently shuttered for redevelopment, as developers reassessed their use of space amid the prolonged disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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