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Shophouses in Singapore showcase the potential value of community commercial real estate investment

In the past 5 to 10 years, shophouses in Singapore have become popular investment choices for private equity funds, family offices, and high-net-worth individuals. Shophouses are a common type of traditional architecture in Singapore, typically consisting of two to three floors. The ground floor is used as a shop, while the upper floors serve as residential spaces. Shophouses are characterized by various decorative elements in the Nanyang style, and they feature a five-foot way, a covered walkway that provides shade and protection from the elements for pedestrians. Other notable features include red clay roof tiles, central airwells that allow light and air to enter, and vibrant decorative facades.

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