People's Park Complex, People's Park Centre, Golden Mile Complex and Golden Mile Tower attempting collective sales

(Clockwise from top left) People’s Park Complex, People’s Park Centre, Golden Mile Tower and Golden Mile Complex. PHOTOS: LIANHE WANBAO, LIANHE ZAOBAO, SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS
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SINGAPORE - Riding on the wave of the en bloc fever, four post-independence landmarks in Singapore, known for their gritty appearances, might disappear from the Republic's landscape.

The fate of People's Park Complex and People's Park Centre in Chinatown, as well as Golden Mile Complex and Golden Mile Tower in Beach Road, hangs in the balance.

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