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    Newton Man
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    Default Newton Suites (D11, Freehold, UOL)

    At this price, this is the best investment you will ever see in Newton. Too bad it is all sold out. UOL definitely priced this to sell.

    Look:

    Row Project Name Price Sq Ft PSF Month
    1 NEWTON SUITES $ 810,000 797 $ 1,017 05-2006
    2 NEWTON SUITES $ 830,000 797 $ 1,042 05-2006
    3 NEWTON SUITES $ 798,000 797 $ 1,002 11-2005
    4 NEWTON SUITES $ 803,000 797 $ 1,008 11-2005
    5 NEWTON SUITES $ 770,000 797 $ 967 11-2005
    6 NEWTON SUITES $ 799,000 797 $ 1,003 11-2005
    7 NEWTON SUITES $ 786,000 797 $ 987 11-2005
    8 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,038,000 1,238 $ 839 10-2005
    9 NEWTON SUITES $ 780,000 797 $ 979 10-2005
    10 NEWTON SUITES $ 755,000 797 $ 948 09-2005
    11 NEWTON SUITES $ 750,000 797 $ 942 09-2005
    12 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,143,000 1,238 $ 923 08-2005
    13 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,518,000 1,593 $ 953 08-2005
    14 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,050,000 1,238 $ 848 06-2005
    15 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,050,000 1,238 $ 848 06-2005
    16 NEWTON SUITES $ 988,000 1,238 $ 798 05-2005
    17 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,135,000 1,238 $ 917 04-2005
    18 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,050,000 1,238 $ 848 04-2005
    19 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,040,000 1,238 $ 840 03-2005
    20 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,090,000 1,238 $ 881 03-2005
    21 NEWTON SUITES $ 737,000 797 $ 925 03-2005
    22 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,060,000 1,238 $ 856 03-2005
    23 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,097,000 1,238 $ 886 03-2005
    24 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,050,000 1,238 $ 848 03-2005
    25 NEWTON SUITES $ 803,000 797 $ 1,008 03-2005
    26 NEWTON SUITES $ 762,000 797 $ 957 01-2005
    27 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,070,000 1,238 $ 864 01-2005
    28 NEWTON SUITES $ 675,000 797 $ 847 12-2004
    29 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,103,000 1,238 $ 891 12-2004
    30 NEWTON SUITES $ 980,000 1,238 $ 792 12-2004
    31 NEWTON SUITES $ 721,000 797 $ 905 12-2004
    32 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,143,900 1,238 $ 924 12-2004
    33 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,050,000 1,238 $ 848 12-2004
    34 NEWTON SUITES $ 725,000 797 $ 910 12-2004
    35 NEWTON SUITES $ 720,000 797 $ 904 12-2004
    36 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,150,000 1,238 $ 929 12-2004
    37 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,047,000 1,238 $ 846 12-2004
    38 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,023,000 1,238 $ 826 12-2004
    39 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,090,700 1,238 $ 881 12-2004
    40 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,108,000 1,238 $ 895 12-2004
    41 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,108,000 1,238 $ 895 12-2004
    42 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,070,000 1,238 $ 864 11-2004
    43 NEWTON SUITES $ 746,000 797 $ 937 11-2004
    44 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,100,000 1,238 $ 889 11-2004
    45 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,104,900 1,238 $ 893 11-2004
    46 NEWTON SUITES $ 740,000 797 $ 929 11-2004
    47 NEWTON SUITES $ 784,000 797 $ 984 11-2004
    48 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,150,000 1,238 $ 929 11-2004
    49 NEWTON SUITES $ 780,000 797 $ 979 11-2004
    50 NEWTON SUITES $ 682,000 797 $ 856 11-2004
    51 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,083,000 1,238 $ 875 11-2004
    52 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,091,000 1,238 $ 881 11-2004
    53 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,115,000 1,238 $ 901 11-2004
    54 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,093,802 1,238 $ 884 11-2004
    55 NEWTON SUITES $ 723,000 797 $ 908 11-2004
    56 NEWTON SUITES $ 682,000 797 $ 856 11-2004
    57 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,054,000 1,238 $ 851 11-2004
    58 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,073,802 1,238 $ 867 11-2004
    59 NEWTON SUITES $ 690,000 797 $ 866 11-2004
    60 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,092,000 1,238 $ 882 11-2004
    61 NEWTON SUITES $ 717,200 797 $ 900 11-2004
    62 NEWTON SUITES $ 683,000 797 $ 857 11-2004
    63 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,040,000 1,238 $ 840 11-2004
    64 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,040,000 1,238 $ 840 11-2004
    65 NEWTON SUITES $ 672,320 797 $ 844 11-2004
    66 NEWTON SUITES $ 3,000,000 4,865 $ 617 11-2004
    67 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,170,000 1,238 $ 945 11-2004
    68 NEWTON SUITES $ 772,000 797 $ 969 11-2004
    69 NEWTON SUITES $ 690,000 797 $ 866 11-2004
    70 NEWTON SUITES $ 735,000 797 $ 923 11-2004
    71 NEWTON SUITES $ 703,000 797 $ 883 11-2004
    72 NEWTON SUITES $ 720,000 797 $ 904 11-2004
    73 NEWTON SUITES $ 704,000 797 $ 884 11-2004
    74 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,068,000 1,238 $ 863 11-2004
    75 NEWTON SUITES $ 725,000 797 $ 910 11-2004
    76 NEWTON SUITES $ 690,000 797 $ 866 10-2004
    77 NEWTON SUITES $ 720,000 797 $ 904 10-2004
    78 NEWTON SUITES $ 1,154,000 1,238 $ 932 10-2004
    79 NEWTON SUITES $ 755,000 797 $ 948 10-2004
    80 NEWTON SUITES $ 688,000 797 $ 864 10-2004
    81 NEWTON SUITES $ 696,000 797 $ 874 10-2004
    82 NEWTON SUITES $ 660,880 797 $ 830 10-2004
    83 NEWTON SUITES $ 668,800 797 $ 840 10-2004
    84 NEWTON SUITES $ 669,680 797 $ 841 10-2004
    85 NEWTON SUITES $ 702,000 797 $ 881 10-2004
    86 NEWTON SUITES $ 770,000 797 $ 967 10-2004
    87 NEWTON SUITES $ 694,000 797 $ 871 10-2004
    88 NEWTON SUITES $ 697,000 797 $ 875 10-2004
    89 NEWTON SUITES $ 694,000 797 $ 871 10-2004

  2. #2
    Newton Man
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    Default Re: Newton Suites (D11, Freehold, UOL)

    You cannot get any new condo in Newton for this price any more.

    Even harder trying to buy old condo in Newton as every one is holding out for possible en bloc.

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    Default Re: Newton Suites (D11, Freehold, UOL)

    Yes especially after Newton One and [email protected] sold for very high $psf, about $1,250 psf - $1,500 psf.

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    Default Re: Newton Suites (D11, Freehold, UOL)

    Newton Suites at nite.... I agree it is a good project... wonder if anyone wants to sell?


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    I just passed by it today and went "WOW"... the trees are being put up already and the penthouse unit looked awesome, at least it did from all the way down below. This is one of the few rare condos that actually does something interesting with the structures in the compound, for example the car park. I think because it is situated right on top of the MRT line that's why they had to build the car park above ground. Anyway the multi storey car park does not look like a car park. In fact it looks like a clubhouse or a mini shopping mall or something like that! That is the beauty of having tasteful designer architects like WoHa work on your development. This is easily the best-looking and most desirable condo in Newton. I would not be surprised if this eventually ends up being one of the more expensive Newton condos... I understand that it was launched at a low price. This proves that there is indeed value in good design... it adds value to your property while making the neighborhood look good.

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    Default Re: Newton Suites (D11, Freehold, UOL)

    taken Jan '07






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    Default Re: Newton Suites (D11, Freehold, UOL)

    One of the best developments in Newton in terms of location with full unblocked views across Bukit Timah, and definitely one of the most stylish. The architect is international award-winning WoHa. This will be one of the icons in prime district Singapore, not to mention in Newton itself.

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    I think only the 3 bedrooms will have unblocked views. The 2 bedrooms will have views of condos like Lincoln Modern, Newton Gems,Iridium, and Park Infinia and of course, the city skyline. Newton Suites is a rare condo in central Singapore with unblocked views.

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    http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/sub/...89067,00.html?

    Published July 24, 2008

    Newton Suites shortlisted for International Highrise Award

    By ARTHUR SIM


    UOL's Newton Suites has been selected as one of the five contenders for the International Highrise Award (IHA).


    Green living: Newton Suites features cantilevered skygardens and a 30-storey wall of creepers

    Having made the shortlist, Newton Suites, which is designed by award-winning Singapore architectural firm, WOHA, has been elevated to the same league of buildings designed by Foster and Partners (Hearst Tower, New York), Renzo Piano Building Workshop (New York Times Building) and OMA (Television Cultural Centre, Beijing).

    An international jury of architects, engineers, real-estate specialists and architecture critics in Frankfurt/Main were responsible for the selection of the five buildings.

    On Newton Suites, the Jury citation reads: 'In this residential tower, the feeling of living in the tropics both indoors and outdoors is transferred to a vertical dimension. It represents a development for life in the vertical in densely developed metropolises and can be seen as a pioneering model for other tropical cities.'

    UOL Group COO Liam Wee Sin said that being on the shortlist with the likes of Hearst Tower and New York Times Building, 'is a step closer towards building an exciting living environment for Singapore, and having a development good enough to be selected among entries from around the world'.

    'For UOL, the recognition will inspire us to continue to push the frontier of good design and sustainable city living in Singapore,' he added.

    Newton Suites is a 36-storey apartment building, clad in metal mesh sunshading. It features cantilevered skygardens and a 30-storey wall of creepers.

    The green areas of the building exceed the original site area, demonstrating how cities in the future can become much greener without loss of density or quality of living.

    WOHA director Wong Mun Summ added: 'The integration of the environmental features such as sunshading and hanging gardens into the design shows how tropical highrise can be different from temperate climate models.'

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    Default Newton Suites up for award

    http://www.straitstimes.com/Life%252...ry_261273.html

    July 26, 2008

    Newton Suites up for award

    Home-grown firm Woha's 36-storey tower is up for the prestigious International Highrise Award

    By Janice Tai



    'Being in the top five is already as good as winning for us. If we win, it would be an added bonus'
    Woha director Richard Hassel on the nomination of its project, Newton Suites



    THAT slim and stylish Newton Suites building that you have been passing on the way to Newton Food Centre is among the world's top five highrise buildings.

    Designed by Singapore architecture firm Woha, it has been shortlisted for the International Highrise Award.

    The other four contenders are New York's Hearst Tower (New York) by Foster and Partners, New York Times Building by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Seoul's Missing Matrix Building by Mass Studies and Beijing's Television Cultural Centre by Office for Metropolitan Architecture.

    The prestigious award is the equivalent of the Oscars in the architecture world for highrise buildings, and one of only two global highrise awards. The other one is The Emporis Skyscraper Awards.

    For the International Highrise Award, an international jury of architects, engineers, real-estate specialists and architecture critics selected the five finalists from 26 nominated projects from 11 countries.

    The winner will get a prize money of 50,000 euros (S$106,700) at the award ceremony to be held on Nov 14 at Frankfurt Paulskirche, a church in Frankfurt.

    The award is offered every two years by the City of Frankfurt, and is jointly curated by the Deutsches Architekturmuseum DAM, an architecture museum in Frankfurt, and Dekabank, the German's Savings Bank Finance Group's central asset manager.

    In selecting the winner, the jury is looking for a building that stands out in its appearance, design, urban integration, sustainability, technology and cost-effectiveness.

    Being shortlisted is a huge achievement for Woha, said its director Wong Mun Summ. 'Three of the selected projects are by Pritzker Prize-winning architects and the other is Korea's most prominent architect. While we hope we will win, being selected alongside these people is a huge achievement for Singapore.'

    The Pritzker Prize is the equivalent of the Nobel prize in architecture. Past winners include British Norman Foster from Foster and Partners, Italian Renzo Piano from Renzo Piano Building Workshop and Dutch Rem Koolhaas from Office for Metropolitan Architecture.

    This piece of good news comes after its noteworthy silver award win in the other global highrise award, The Emporis Skyscraper Awards, presented by Emporis, the world's largest free-to-use website about buildings.

    In the eighth annual Emporis awards earlier this year, Newton Suites took second place out of a worldwide pool of 634 eligible skyscrapers.

    It was not Woha which nominated the building for the award.

    'The competition's organisers told us that the project had been nominated and asked us to submit information. We never found out who nominated it,' said Mr Richard Hassel, another Woha director. 'We suspect it was due to the attention Newton Suites got from the silver award given by Emporis.'

    For the jury, Newton Suites stood out as a model for eco-friendly living in the tropics. Clad in metal mesh sunshading, the 36-storey tower features sky gardens and a 30-storey wall of creepers.

    The jury citation noted that it is a 'pioneering model for other tropical cities'.

    Pit against these giants, what does Woha think of its chances of winning?

    Mr Hassel said: 'All the five buildings are very good and are different in terms of use, climate and urban conditions, so it is quite hard to compare them. Just being in the top five is already as good as winning for us.

    'If we win, it would be an added bonus.'

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    The other finalists

    Here are the remaining contenders for The International Highrise Award


    TELEVISION CULTURAL CENTRE, BEIJING: One of three buildings of the China Central Television project, this one has a characteristic roof that houses TV studios and hotel rooms. Designed by the office for Metropolitan Architecture, it was completed this year. -- PHOTO: OFFICE FOR METROPOLITAN ARCHITECTURE


    HEARST TOWER, NEW YORK: Apart from glass, the 46-story office building's distinctive triangular facade is made of stainless steel, which contains recycled material. It was designed by Foster and Partners and completed in 2006. -- PHOTO: FOSTER AND PARTNERS


    NEW YORK TIMES BUILDING, NEW YORK: A glazed outer skin allows maximum transparency for the tower and offers a look into the daily workings at the head office of the newspaper of the same time. Designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop, it was completed last year. -- PHOTO: RENZO PIANO BUILDING WORKSHOP


    MISSING MATRIX BUILDING, SEOUL: Gaps, or 'missing matrices' in the residential levels of this 27-storey building provide open green spaces and natural ventilation for the apartments. Designed by Mass Studies, it was completed this year. -- PHOTO: MASS STUDIES

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