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Monday, 12 September 2011

Sabana Reit to acquire 2 properties for S$80m

By CARINE LEE


Sabana Real Estate Investment Management Pte Ltd announced on Monday that Sabana Shari'ah Compliant Industrial Real Estate Investment Trust (Sabana Reit) has entered into two sale and purchase agreements to acquire two properties to diversify its income stream.

In the first acquisition, Sabana Reit will purchase a 217,580 sqft property along Joo Koon Circle from Ringford Pte Ltd for S$40.2 million. Comprising of a two-storey building with mezzanine floor and a three-storey factory building, the property is a JTC leasehold estate with a remaining tenure of 36.3 years.

The second property, also a JTC leasehold estate with 45.3 years remaining on the lease, carries a purchase consideration of S$39.8 million from Winfred Pte Ltd, and is a six-storey warehouse along Toh Tuck Link occupying 180,735 sqft.

Both properties are being sold on a sale and lease basis wherein Sabana Reit will upon completion of the acquisition, take master lease of the entire premises for a term of three years on a triple net basis.

Sabana Reit has paid a 1 per cent deposit for each property and the acquisitions, completely funded by debt, are expected to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2011

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