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    Boutique Apartment consists of 50 units, only 20 units left even before launch!! The below is the development details:-

    Name of Development: Mount Sophia Suites
    Project Location: No 95 Sophia Road Singapore 228163
    Project Developer: BS Mount Sophia Pte Ltd
    Project Description: 5-Storey apartment block with 2 levels of basement carpark
    Tenure: Freehold
    Site Area: Approx 13,000 sq ft
    TOP: 31 December 2011
    No. of Block: 1


    Project Details:-

    Ceiling Height: 1 to 4th storey: approx 2.9 metre / 5th storey: approx 3.6 metre
    No of Units Per level: 10
    Recreational Facilities: Swimming Pool (15.4m x 3.5m x 1.2m) / Pool Deck / Water Spa / Gym
    Appliances & Fittings: Kitchen Hood & Hob (De Dietrich) / Microwave Oven (De Dietrich) / Fridge (Electrolux) / Washing Machine cum Dryer (Electrolux) / Kitchen & Bath Mixers (Hansgrohe) / Long Bath / Electrical Gas

    Note: Brand & Model of all fittings and appliances are subject to Architect's final selection.

    Living room flooring: Homogeneous Tiles
    Bedrooms flooring: Teak Wood

    Consultants:-

    Architect: Ronny Chin & Associates
    M & E Consultant: Elead Associates
    Structural Consultant: Portwood & Associates
    Quantity Surveyor: 1MH

    Project Highlights:-

    - Modern Comtemporary, a place where one will enjoy peace and tranquility without ever missing a beat
    - Very Exclusive Development with 50 Units
    - Desighned to maximum light and air
    - Air-condition compressors are properly positioned and screened to enhance the elegance of the exterior
    - Security Guard House

    Unit Layout Design and Feature:-

    - Full Height glass/slidling door, increasing natural light and creating opporunities for residents to take advantage of natural ventilation
    - The layout of every unit is specifically designed for functionality. Most of the units are compact and squarish yet comfortable
    - Spacious Bedrooms
    - A full range of appliances are provided including hood, hob, fridge, washing machine cum dryer and microwave oven
    - Long bath provided in all units

    Location Details:-

    - Mount Sophia Suites is situated right in between of the Singapore's most sought after shooping strip, The Orchard Road, and the education & entertainment hub, Bras Basah and Bugis
    - Mount Sophia Suites is also in proximity to the financial centres and the Marina Bay Sands
    - Exciting Shopping Centres and Entertainment Hubs are steps away (ION, Paragon,Plaza Singapura, Takashimaya, Hereen, Cineleisure, Centrepoint, Esplanade threatres on the bay, Singapore Art Museum, Cathay Cinema and etc)
    - Easy Access to MRT(Dhoby Ghaut interchange via linkway next to 8 @ Mt Sophia
    - Surrounded by lush greenery

    Pricing:-

    - 18% Discount applies before Actual Launch
    - Average Price Per Square Feet is S$1700 psf (Price after 18% Discount)

    Investments Comments:-

    - Upon Launch, the Discount no longer applies and Average Pricing then will be minimum S$2000
    - Due to its location and size of development, the price growth will hence be viewed as healthy as
    1) Most of Orchard Road Apartments are above S$3000 psf. Therefore, there is good marginal differences for price growth of this development.
    2) Latest TOP development nearest to Mount Sophia Suites is Vision Crest where current average selling price is S$2200. Therefore buying at S$1700 psf now would be a very safe platform for price-matchings.
    - A minimum of 65% in Capital Appreciation after Development Launch (Based on 18% Discount)
    - Rental Yield of 6% per annum Upon TOP

    Booking Procedures:-

    Booking fee : 5% + 15% (8 weeks from date of option)

    Other Information:-

    - Purchasers have to be 21 years and above
    - Foreigners Eligible

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    http://www.straitstimes.com/News/Hom...ry_350320.html

    March 15, 2009 Sunday

    Small flats, big sellers

    Demand for smaller space leads developers to downsize units to as tiny as 300-plus sq ft

    By Tan Dawn Wei


    Crowds flocked to a preview of condominium Domus on Friday. Its smallest units are 474 sq ft. -- ST PHOTO: JOSEPH NAIR FOR THE SUNDAY TIMES

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    What do you call a space which can fit four hawker stalls?

    In the case of a new property development called Kembangan Suites, the space is called a one-bedroom apartment.

    It is all of 344 sq ft.

    But small is now big. On just the first day of a preview last week, the developer sold out 60 units of mostly one- and two-bedders ranging in size from 344 sq ft to 581 sq ft.

    The smallest units were going for about $300,000.

    Industry sources said demand is coming from local and foreign singles, young couples as well as cost-conscious buyers and investors.

    Before that, Alexis @ Alexandra sold all its 293 units, including 114 one-bedders (366 sq ft to 527 sq ft), with prices from $450,000.

    Other new launches like Mount Sophia Suites in Sophia Road, Nova 88 in Bhamo Road and Zenith in Zion Road are offering studio apartments or one-bedders from 366 sq ft to 484 sq ft.

    Crowds flocked to a preview on Friday of new condominium Domus in Irrawaddy Road. The smallest units there - one-bedders at 474 sq ft each - were going for more than $400,000.

    Its developer, Lakeview Investments, said those were the most popular and all units released in the first phase had been sold.

    'It's the size of a hotel room,' veteran designer Jay Ang said of the new 300-something sq ft homes.

    'You have space only to sleep and eat. There's definitely no place to entertain,' noted the specialist in space planning and storage space customising.

    But while there are no rules on how small apartments can go, designers and architects have to make concessions for standard dimensions, like how wide a door is, how long a bed is or how deep a wardrobe is.

    Developers have quickly cottoned on to this demand for small spaces. Several have rejigged or are considering tweaking their designs and making space for smaller units.

    Sing Holdings' project The Laurels in Cairnhill Road will go from its original 150 units of mostly three- and four-bedders to 290 units that include more one- and two-bedroom units.

    UOL Group may also resize the units of its Green Meadows project in Upper Thomson to attract more cost-conscious buyers.

    Alexis' developer, ECPrime, had done the same before the project's launch.

    City Developments said studio apartments in centrally located projects had always been popular because of the lure of city-living.

    Studio apartments comprised almost 40 per cent of the offerings at its downtown project, The Sail @ Marina Bay, which was completed last year.

    Carving up space for more units is one way a developer can achieve higher dollar per square foot value, said Mr Nicholas Mak, director of research and consultancy at Knight Frank.

    'Developers manage to sell such small units because they make it affordable in absolute terms,' he said.

    But, property pundits said, when apartments continue to shrink and prices per square feet remain high, home-seekers may go back to buying HDB flats and those looking to rent may decide to go for HDB rooms instead.

    The size of private one-bedroom units has halved from 10 years ago.

    HDB flats have downsized too, from about 1,130 sq ft for a four-room in 1987 to 970 sq ft now.

    Still, Singapore homes have not shrunk to the proportions of those in Hong Kong and Tokyo, where apartments can be as tiny as 140 sq ft.

    That is not to say that all buyers are happy with the slimming effect.

    Finance executive Audrey Yap, 35, who is shopping for a bachelorette pad, said: 'I can't afford the bigger apartments but the studio apartments are ridiculously small and claustrophobic. I think I may have to settle for a resale HDB flat.'

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    is anyone know whether there are unsold unit from the developer for Mount sophia suite? if yes, at what psf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wongkeong
    is anyone know whether there are unsold unit from the developer for Mount sophia suite? if yes, at what psf?
    Hi wongkeong, yes balance last 20 units.
    A lot of enquiries for this particular proj.
    Psf is 1280 slight nego.
    If ur keen to view the site, we can make arrangements.
    U can contact me @ 81835132.
    For floor plans, u can visit my website @ www.lusholmz.com

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    Y no showroom?

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    Quote Originally Posted by expricornis
    Y no showroom?
    Because when they enquiries, once prices is revert they will . No point going show room.

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