Tuesday, February 28, 2012

More projects prepare for launching

Business Times: Tue, Feb 28
(SINGAPORE) Even as Hong Leong Group is understood to have sold about 160 units at Bartley Residences last week, other developers are getting ready to roll out their projects in the next few months.

These include Tuan Sing's Seletar Park Residence; Far East Organization's Greenwood Mews (a 62-unit cluster housing development in the Bukit Timah area) and 416-unit Hillsta condo in Choa Chu Kang; and Frasers Centrepoint's Palm Isles condo at Flora Drive in the Upper Changi area.

Those looking for strata office units can also check out Far East's PS100 next month, which will comprise 100 units of 402 sq ft to 507 sq ft spread across five levels (7-11) of a 27-storey tower at Peck Seah Street near Tanjong Pagar MRT Station. The tower will also include the 314-room Oasia Downtown Hotel. The strata offices will have a floor-to-floor height of about five metres - higher than the 3-3.5 metres for typical offices.

PS100 is slated for completion next year.

Over in Seletar, Tuan Sing is expected to preview around mid-March its 99-year leasehold condo, Seletar Park Residence. Pricing for the 276-unit, five-storey development is expected to take after The Greenwich next door, where transactions have ranged from $1,244 psf to $1,512 psf over the past four months based on caveats data. However, as an analyst points out, half of The Greenwich's 319 units are one bedders, allowing higher per square foot pricing to be extracted.

As for Seletar Park Residence, 93 or a third of the project's units are one-bedders. The project has 113 two-bedders, 46 three-bedders and 24 four-bedroom apartments...

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