Bukit Batok coffee shop 'sold for $31m'. Reported sale sets record; tenants say new landlord has raised rentals
A COFFEE shop in Bukit Batok has reportedly changed hands for $31 million, setting a record for a Housing Board coffee shop.
The Straits Times/ Top of The Newss Published on Tuesday,16 June 2015
By Melissa Lin email@example.com
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