20 Mar '11, 5am

Keppel Land fund, NTUC Income buy S'pore office complex for $698m: SINGAPORE, March 20 (Reuters) - Keppel Land's...

SINGAPORE , March 20 (Reuters) - Keppel Land's Alpha Investment Partners and Singapore insurer NTUC Income have bought a prime office complex in the city-state for about S$889 million ($698 million), Keppel Land said on Sunday. The price paid for Capital Square, a 16-storey office tower with two rows of shophouses, works out to about S$2,300 per square foot. The complex's tenants include Citigroup , Morgan Stanley and Aberdeen Asset Management . A fund whose investors include German insurer Ergo was the seller of the property. Keppel Land said Alpha Investment, which made the investment through its $1.2 billion Macro Trends Fund, is now planning to launch a follow-on fund. The Macro Trends Fund, which was started in 2007, has to-date returned about 24 percent per annum. ($1 = 1.000 US Dollars ($1 = 1.273 Singapore Dollars ) (Reporting by Kevin Lim; Editing by Alex Richardson)

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