Frasers Hospitality invests US$250m to develop Tokyo serviced residence

SINGAPORE – Frasers Hospitality, part of Frasers Property Group, is investing US$250 million to develop a new serviced residence in the Ginza district in Tokyo. The property, to be launched under its millennial-focused hotel residence brand Capri by Fraser …
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