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    Launching soon.......May......

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    Where and 4 how much please...? Thanks

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    Who is the developer? Must be reputable one lah. Otherwise like Malaysia and Indonesia buildings, sell already got no money to build.... all built halfway one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPORTANT!
    Who is the developer? Must be reputable one lah. Otherwise like Malaysia and Indonesia buildings, sell already got no money to build.... all built halfway one...
    Won't one lah. Singapore not like rest of the world. Singapore is unique. We will never ever have recession here and Singapore property prices and economy will forever go up up and away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by singapore boleh!
    Won't one lah. Singapore not like rest of the world. Singapore is unique. We will never ever have recession here and Singapore property prices and economy will forever go up up and away!
    One cock talking cork here!

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    In singapore there are certain check and balance such as developers need licence to develop a property, having saperate account to receive payment and so on...but on wheather price are heading north or south its another story for another thread...

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    Hi anyone knows when is this project launching and at how much psf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by condoinvestor
    Hi anyone knows when is this project launching and at how much psf?
    I called the agent on the banner at the showflat. The agent quoted averagely $1700 psf.

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    ...where is the actual location in D15...thanks

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    Corner of Marine Parade Road and Joo Chiat Road.Opp old Republic cinema.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    Corner of Marine Parade Road and Joo Chiat Road.Opp old Republic cinema.
    Thanks 4 the info...I guess the address will be Joo Chiat Road than...thats correct?

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    This condo address will be Joo Chiat Road.Ppl speculating MRT will be at the present NTUC fairprice supermart.I think it is just opposite this condo.

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    Keep us updated immediately you have prelaunch preview date. $1700 psf is high. Thank you.

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    opposite republic

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    a lot of indons and koreans waiting to buy this project

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    We' re back.Hasta lavista.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Blair
    This condo address will be Joo Chiat Road.Ppl speculating MRT will be at the present NTUC fairprice supermart.I think it is just opposite this condo.
    ...if MRT is going to be there how are they going to put a station ...an underground station? ...perhaps...

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    They torn down Bedok cinema.They can also tear down the old Republic cinema opposite Parc Seabreeeze.Has been unoccupied for a long time.

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    We saw some property agents at the site today. The launch will be very soon according to the agents. This project will be closed watch by property market stakeholders and players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perfume
    I called the agent on the banner at the showflat. The agent quoted averagely $1700 psf.
    Average of 1700 psf means high floors going for close to 2000 psf, Tiong Aik must have to come out with something of superior quality to demand such prices....

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    Heard that its going to be around 1500psf.... which is high

    Projects in sub sales along Amber Rd are only around 1K (the Esta) to
    1300psf (SeaView / One Amber). Further along Meyer Rd - prices are around
    1500psf range for Sea Front and Aalto.

    Furthermore the plot of land for P.SB is small.

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    Why bother with boutique projects? Boutique projects are easy to buy, very difficult to sell. Boutique projects are in abundunce and never in demand from foreigners.

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    Want to bet?!?!?!?!?!

    Boutique projects like Newton Suites, 2RVG, The Pier? 33 Robin?

    Not easy to sell? Foreigners don't want? Price crash?

    It is not just the project, but also the design, architect, and location!

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    http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/sub/...78417,00.html?

    Published May 9, 2008

    Developers test waters with condo launches

    Sale of Floridian, Quartet on Vanda and Parc Seabreeze have begun

    By KALPANA RASHIWALA


    DEVELOPERS are gingerly testing the water for residential launches this week. Far East Organization's listed unit Orchard Parade Holdings and Wing Tai have begun the official launch of their Floridian condo in Bukit Timah, marked by the start of an advertising campaign.


    Resort living: The Floridian is inspired by the Miami coast and will be surrounded by water features

    Prices start at $1,615 psf. BT understands the average net price is in the range of $1,600 to $1,700 psf after discounts.

    The freehold project has 336 units in 11 towers on a site of 230,000 sq ft. The preview for the development began a few months ago, with six units sold at $1,640 to $1,770 psf.

    This week's official launch sees the release of 75 units in Towers 2 and 9. Units range from two-bedders of 840 sq ft to apartments with four bedrooms (plus study) of 2,373 sq ft. Floridian, designed by DP Architects, is inspired by the Miami coast and will be surrounded by water features. Ground-floor units will have the water's edge outside their living and dining spaces. The project is near Hwa Chong Institution, Methodist Girls' School, Nanyang Girls' High School, Raffles Girls' Primary School and the Canadian International School.

    Another freehold project being previewed this week is Quartet on Vanda, a cluster development of four bungalows in Vanda Crescent off Dunearn Road (near Eng Neo Avenue). Each two-storey unit has an attic, a basement and a swimming pool.

    Built-up areas range from 4,844 sq ft to 4,919 sq ft. The units are understood to be priced around $6 million each. Quartet on Vanda is being developed by Stanley Quek's Region Development.

    Over in the eastern part of Singapore, Tiong Aik is understood to have begun the preview of Parc Seabreeze in the Marine Parade/Joo Chiat area last week. The average price for the freehold project is understood to be in the $1,600-1,700 psf range.

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    waoh so cheap only 1600 to 1700psf?

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    BUY HIGH .... later sure CRY

    cry until no tears left

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    Quote Originally Posted by registered
    BUY HIGH .... later sure CRY

    cry until no tears left
    Agree.
    That's why this one can buy cos' it ain't high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnregĄstered
    Agree.
    That's why this one can buy cos' it ain't high.
    well let's see how many people do actually buy this development at this price. to me .. it's over priced! there is no point paying so much money when you live so close to HDB flats and at 1700psf, you can probably get some units at the SAIL.

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    If you guys think this is overpriced what about Silversea......

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    If you take a look at old newspaper reports of 2006 when developer bought this land thru enbloc deal, it was quoted that new condo units will be sold at average $950 psf (at the very most $1K psf.)

    So just think - why now 1700psf - just because IR and F1 ????

    If economic climate goes back to "sars level" then sure this property will command below 1K psf.

    Think and think hard.

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