As a hiding place from US President Donald Trump's trade war against China, a cosy corner of Singapore's real estate holds much appeal.
A two-or three-storey terraced building close to the city's central business district, home quite often to a wine bar or gastro pub at street level with a massage spa or music lounge tucked away upstairs, has been in bigger demand this year than industrial sheds.
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