Pinetree Hill layout

Copen Grand The first executive condominium (EC) located in Tengah Town, was also the most popular EC in recent times. The project of 639 units was officially first launched in October 2022, and was all units sold within one month. The project was jointly created with City Developments and MCL Land, Copen Grand is located in the Tengah Garden District, which is known on the map as “the Forest Town”.

Pinetree Hill layout has a total suite area of 22,534.7 square metres (sq m) with a maximum Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 47,323 sq m.

It is located in the EC project is located within walking distance to the three MRT stations (Tengah, Tengah Plantation and Hong Kah) on the Jurong Region Line, which is scheduled to finish in stages between 2027 and 2029. Copen Grand is also near the in the future Tengah Integrated Transport Hub along with the Tengah Boulevard Bus Interchange.

It is expected that the Jurong Region Line will also connect Tengah to the Jurong East MRT Interchange in Jurong Lake District, which is experiencing a revival of interest, as well as the Jurong Innovation District.

Created developed by ADDP Architects, Copen Grand includes 12 blocks, ranging from to 12 floors. The blocks are north-south orientation that maximizes cross-ventilation. The project was the very first EC to be granted an Green Mark Platinum Super Low Energy certification by the Building and Construction Authority.

The park will be equipped with 20 charging stations for vehicles that are electric. Renewable energy sources in the form of photovoltaic panels will harness solar power to provide certain energy sources utilized in the common areas and facilities.

Apartments range from two-bedroom-plus-study units of 807 sq ft to five-bedroom premium units of 1,561 sq ft, and come with smart-home features, catering to a broad spectrum of households. Eco-centric amenities include a multi-tiered community house and fitness center, 50m lap pool, and tennis courts.

With a record-breaking number of milestones in the past, Copen Grand walked away with the Best executive Condo distinction during the EdgeProp Singapore Excellence Awards 2023.

Pinetree Hill price

AMO Residence, the 372-unit condominium at Ang Mo Kio Rise by UOL Group, Singapore Land (SingLand) and Kheng Leong Co, racked seven prizes in the EdgeProp Singapore Excellence Awards (EPEA) 2023. The awards ceremony was that took place on October 6 the project won awards for top development Design Excellence, Landscape Excellence Sustainability Excellence Marketing Excellence, Innovation Excellence, and Showflat Excellence.

Pinetree Hill price equivalent to $1,318 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr).

AMO Residence occupies a 99-year leasehold site situated off Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 in District 20. The 136,480 square foot residential parcel was granted the property to Unite Venture Development (2021) which is a joint venture of 60:20:20 with UOL Group, SingLand and Kheng Leong through a Government Land Sale auction during June of 2021. They beat 14 other bidders to the site by submitting the winning bid that was $381.38 million ($1,118 per plot ratio, or psf per plot ratio or ppr).

The following year in the same year, the developer presented AMO Residence. It was designed through P&T Consultants, the condo comprises two 25-story towers. The condo has two-to five-bedroom apartments that range from 614 sq feet to 1,475 sq feet. Three penthouses are also available with a total of 2,293 and 2,497 square feet. The project is scheduled for completion by 2026.

The condo was launched on the 23rd July 2022. It received an overwhelming response, with the 98% all units selling within the first few hours of its launch. Caveats filed with URA on October 1 reveal that just two units are left available for sale, two penthouses measuring 2,293 square feet each. The 370 units that were sold were purchased at an average cost of $2,112 per square foot, which is an all-new benchmark for prices of condos for the Outside Central Region.

Mature estate
The opening AMO Residence AMO Residence marked the first new condominium within Ang Mo Kio in over eight years. The AMO Residence was the last private residential development was the 6-unit The Panorama located at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 2 which was launched in January 2014 and finished in the year 2017.

The AMO Residence’s position within an established Ang Mo Kio estate contributed greatly to its appeal for buyers. The apartment is located close to a variety of amenities, including malls like AMK Hub, Thomson Plaza and Junction 8 just 10 minutes drive away and hawker markets such as Cheng San Market and Mayflower Market. Residents are also able to access green spaces in the vicinity such as the Bishan-Ang mo Kio Park, as well as Lower Peirce Reservoir Park. A bike path that runs throughout the entire estate being built in stages which will improve connectivity in Ang Mo Kio and surrounding neighborhoods.

A number of schools are situated in the estate, which makes it a desirable neighborhood for families. Schools within a mile away from AMO residence include Ai Tong School on Bright Hill Drive, CHIJ St Nicholas Girls’ School located at Ang Mo Kio Street 13 and Ang Mo Kio Primary School located at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3.

The development is just a five-minute walk from the Mayflower MRT Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line, one stop away from to the Bright Hill MRT Interchange Station on the upcoming Cross Island Line. The proposed North-South Corridor, slated to be completed in 2026 will cut down the time it takes to drive from the CBD by as much as 30 minutes.

Reservoir-themed landscape
Because of its proximity to gorgeous parks, it’s no surprise that the design of the AMO Residence takes inspiration from the close natural landscapes. “AMO Residence blends harmonious architecture and the theme of a reservoir in the landscape, that is inspired by the natural surroundings and lush greenery,” said Jesline Goh UOL’s chief investment officer and asset officer in a press release to announce the condominium’s opening.

More than 60% of the site is devoted to landscaping and other facilities. The grounds of the condo include a number of pools and water features that fit into the theme of reservoirs. The most prominent feature is the infinity pool of 50m between the two residential blocks. Other amenities include tennis courts as well as a clubhouse, three functions rooms, an outdoor kitchen and eating areas as well as a gym and playground.

The facility is divided into three zones on the site and offer a range of outdoor and indoor areas that meet residents’ various lifestyle requirements. Three different functions rooms are available to entertain guests or work. A variety of areas to unwind and relax are also integrated into the design including the beautiful cabanas at the pool as well as a hammock deck, and the foot reflexology area.

Yvonne Tan, director of the landscape architecture firm DP Green and one of the judges for EPEA says that the facilities of the project were carefully planned and placed on the site. “By being able to place the facilities in a suitable position of the infrastructure this project was able to incorporate an extremely long swimming pool that contributes to the attractive landscape,” she adds.

Also, consideration was given to the layout of the condo and the towers are positioned in a north-south orientation that permits more than half each condo unit to enjoy uninterrupted view of surrounding parklands, as well as low-rise housing areas.

As per the developer the landscaping of AMO Residence is planned to blend with the natural environment. A variety of native and tropical plants will provide a lush and natural landscaping. As the plants grow they will create an organic barrier from the area and the immediate environment as well as contributing visually to the region’s lush greenery.

Modern and luxurious homes
The homes at AMO Residence are designed to offer elegant, modern homes that balance with functional. Two-bedroom units come with an arrangement that is designed to maximize efficiency. Two-bedroom luxury homes come with a small space that could be used as an office or storage. Four- and five-bedroom apartments are equipped with private lifts as well as separate kitchens that are dry and wet areas.

Interior finishes for homes provide aesthetics as well as easy maintenance. In the three- and two-bedders the tiles with a marble-like effect are used as living, dining and bathroom flooring. the bedrooms are fitted with vinyl flooring. Three-bedroom premium units as well as five-bedders with four beds have stone flooring throughout the dining, living and kitchen areas. hardwood flooring is installed in bedrooms. In five-bedroom units the kitchen space is dry with a marble wall.

The three penthouses in AMO Residence were designed exclusively by Takenouchi Webb an Singapore-based design company who has designed projects like The Citadines service apartment in CapitaSpring, The Coconut Club restaurant located on Beach Road, and Tanjong Beach Club in Sentosa.

Penthouses in AMO Residence feature marble flooring in common areas as well as hardwood flooring in bedrooms. The flooring in the master bedroom is set in a herringbone pattern and the bathroom is fitted with custom-designed marble vanity.

The homes in the development come with smart home devices like the digital locksetter, IP cameras to provide security and home surveillance, and smart air conditioners. Residents can also access an app that is mobile-friendly to access services like reservations of facilities, as well as visitors’ e-registrations.

Pinetree Hill sales

It is situated in Balmoral Road in prime District 10 of Singapore, This is the Hyde is living up to its title as a serene hideaway from Singapore’s hustle and hustle. The Hyde was awarded two awards this year. The Hyde was awarded two accolades during The EdgeProp Singapore Excellence Awards 2023 (EPEA 2023) which are The Hyde was awarded two awards: Landscape Excellence as well as Innovation Excellence.

Pinetree Hill sales has a total suite area of 22,534.7 square metres (sq m) with a maximum Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 47,323 sq m.

The Hyde is a 117-unit residential development located at 11. Balmoral Road. The project was conceived by locally-based property developer Aurum Land, who completed the project in 2022. The architectural concept of the condo was managed by the local architect firm FDAT.

In the EPEA 2023 judges witnessed firsthand how a variety of creative designs and clever features that were included in the project. are working together to enhance the quality of life and well-being of residents. They were awed by the landscaping design that resulted in a highly livable urban space with a meticulous collection of flowers.

A place to relax in intelligent features and comforts

In a time where smart home technologies are the norm in new residential developments in private homes, The Hyde demonstrated to the judges that it makes use of efficient home technology and construction to enhance the quality of life and quality of life for its residents.

For example, The Hyde is the first boutique project in Singapore to offer Sashless windows. It is an window frame that can be opened up and where the individual glass panes are placed on tracks that are incorporated in the frame that is outside of the window. This provides a smoother and wide-ranging view, and improves air circulation when than the standard wooden or aluminium window frames. This is a great aspect at The Hyde, where units can enjoy views that are unobstructed of the neighboring Goodwood Hill neighbourhood.

In line with the increasing use of delivery on-demand and courier services, the Hyde offers an intelligent locker system and concierge services that are offered by local logistics firm Parcel Santa. Residents can access parcels whenever they want while ensuring security and privacy.

Aurum Land was also mindful of securing the future for the development especially as electric vehicle use continues to increase. With a variety of charging stations for electric vehicles set up in the parking lot, residents are able quickly charge their electric vehicles at home.

A large portion of the smart-home functions and estate management services are available by a mobile app. This increases the quality of life for all residents as well as keeps regular maintenance to a minimum and improves the efficiency of every household. Other functions like guest registration using QR codes and a sophisticated monitoring of the home system help keep the home and residents development secure and safe.

Landscape aesthetics

Hyde Hyde also scored extremely well in terms of excellence in landscape The judges were incredibly impressed with the project for its attitude toward landscape aesthetics, livingability and wellbeing as well as the biodiversity.

The landscape specialist who is on the panel of judges the year before, Yvonne Tan, director at DP Green, admires the inventive approach to landscaping throughout the entire development. “There was a particular concentration on the visual elements of the landscape that complemented every shared space as well as areas with facilities” she declares. She says that the landscape around the fitness and play areas zone was designed to be well integrated and was the most memorable for her.

Tan is also fond of the terraces leading to the grassy area that is the focal point of the apartment. The luxury of large lawn is rare and enhances the living experience for all residents.

In terms of distinctive designs, Aurum Land also went way above and beyond what is typical with a striking arrangement of the pool the designer declares. “This is a fascinating and original addition rare in other projects. It transforms a common swimming pool into a unique artwork for residents to take pleasure in,” says Tan.

The Hyde is also home to a large green plot percentage that is 4.358 — which is an indicator of the total area of greenery compared to the overall land development site area. Also to the Hyde, it is said that 80% of the floor space is set aside for landscaping and greenery.

The native flora that is incorporated within the areas of green around the condominium include heliconia frangipani, torch ginger and magnolia trees. Other species like the syzygium, which is a native evergreen tree, attract butterflies, bees and birds.

Overall, the well-crafted landscaping is in perfect harmony with the full-height glazed façades and sashless windows that are scattered throughout the entire development. This showcases the distinctive design of the development. The landscaped gardens, pillars and modern architectural lines define each block’s exterior.

The Hyde has been recognized for the first time that The Hyde has been celebrated at EdgeProp Singapore’s annual property awards, and it was awarded in two main categories. In the case of Aurum Land, it is an deserved recognition of the exquisite design and intelligent lifestyle planning for this upscale development.

Pinetree Hill at Ulu Pandan

One Draycott, the boutique development developed by SDB Asia (a part to the Malaysian company Selangor Dredging Bhd or SDB) was granted a temporarily-issued occupation permits in the month of April. It is named for its location at 1 Draycott Park, the completed One Draycott is an elegant addition to the neighborhood. It is a single, 18-storey structure that is triangular It has a modern exterior with dark-toned curtain walls that are complemented with champagne and gold-colored trimmings. Black metallic panels with perforations are atop the highest point of the tower. In the evening, warm light can be seen in the facade and the common areas, which softly light the structure, creating an entirely new look.

Pinetree Hill at Ulu Pandan where the charming property sits in the central region of Singapore.

The style and design of the building was the main considerations for SDB who saw the project as a custom luxurious residence that would be a fitting addition to the exclusive residential enclave of Ardmore-Draycott that it was built in.

London-based architectural company CarverHaggard was commissioned to design the building, in collaboration and the Singapore-based JGP Architecture. Both firms were charged with designing a distinctive design that gave a modern and luxurious appearance. In addition, SDB wanted the design to be practical.

The result is a structure that is a perfect blend of aesthetics and functionality. For example, the straight forms of One Draycott’s exterior do not just offer a distinct, contemporary appearance and style, but they also help to keep it in good shape in comparison to buildings that have curvatures on their exteriors. The tower’s design was designed to mimic the triangular design that is One Draycott’s site and maximize efficiency of the land.

These thoughtful design decisions are just one of the main factors behind why One Draycott scored an outstanding five wins in the EdgeProp Excellence Awards (EPEA). The awards ceremony was held on October 6, SDB Asia was presented with the top prizes to recognize Top Development, Top Luxury Development, Top Boutique Development, Design Excellence and Sustainability Excellence.

Utilizing the natural surroundings
One Draycott occupies a freehold site that was once home to an apartment block with seven floors built in the late 1990s. In June of 2018, SDB acquired the site by way of a private treaty with a value of $72 million, which reflects an average land value of $1,787 per plot.

The 17,442 square foot site is conveniently accessible to facilities. It is located within walking distance to The Orchard Road shopping belt, and is also near popular clubs like The American Club and Tanglin Club. It is also within walking distance of reliable schools such as Anglo-Chinese school (Primary) located on Barker Road, Raffles Girls’ School located on Anderson Road, and EtonHouse International School located on Tanglin Road.

The site is located in the District 10 area of prime located in the District 10 district, the site is located close to the intersection of Draycott Park and Draycott Drive and is situated right next to Ardmore Park. The luxury apartments, which include one unit, 34 units the Sculptura Ardmore and The 20 unit Eden along with the 330-unit Ardmore Park are located around the development.

In spite of its high-profile site, SDB acknowledges that the initial site was not without challenges from the perspective of a developer. Apart from being small with an irregular shape the site was situated on a slope that was set back away from the road that was accessed via a lengthy and slanted drive. Drainage and sewer connections from nearby developments travelled through the site which added to the complexity.

In the face of these issues, SDB worked with its architects to develop solutions that made use of new design concepts while embracing the natural features of the land. The basement, which is two levels deep, was constructed to serve as a car park, while also helping to raise the site. The residences are situated over a deck for facilities on the second level, providing even the units on the lowest floors an air of height and security.

To capitalize on the fact that it is hidden far from main roads the driveway was created to create a sense exclusiveness to the community with wide cobblestone sidewalks that are surrounded by lush vegetation. The drop-off point the structural column is cleverly concealed by an attractive artwork dubbed “The Pangolin” that is the focal point to greet the residents and visitors. It is constructed of Lucerna stones the sculpture was crafted by British artists David and Anna Hiscock of DAH Studio.

Premium homes
SDB’s focus on design that is functional extends to the residential units as well as the communal areas of the structure. The attention to detail was made to ensure the layout of each unit which maximizes space. The curtain wall layout selected for the facade offers the units with floor-to ceiling windows that let in plenty of daylight and creating an impression of space.

Each apartment comes with its private balcony with glass railing. Furthermore, every balcony comes with an adjustable slide-and-fold screen that lets you make the most and use of space. Once the screen has been folded up and placed to the right side of the building, it is an open space that offers expansive views of the surrounding area. However, when the screen is utilized to shelter the space from the elements of the outside which effectively extends the internal space. The screen’s champagne colour is used to provide a unified appearance to the rest of One Draycott’s exterior and has perforations to let air flow in the course of.

In terms of the mix of units, One Draycott comprises two-bedroom apartment sizes that range from 732 to 797 square feet. There are four penthouses on the upper floor that are between 1,238 and 1,346 square feet. Each unit comes with a separate lift lobby as well as an additional access door that is located in the fully-enclosed kitchen to the lifts for service.

On the second floor, the facilities deck is home to a carefully designed set of amenities such as a lap pool the gym, and an outdoor dining and lounge area that is equipped with kitchen facilities. The lush landscaping was used to create a warm feeling of tropical with a variety of trees, shrubs and plants adorning the area and a tall ceiling increases the airflow and creates a sense of spaciousness.

To complement the thoughtfully-designed homes, premium fittings were chosen, including kitchen cabinetry by Italian brand Ernestomeda and appliances from Miele and De Dietrich.

Elegant touches
In addition to its practical design, the judges at the current EPEA were awed by the exquisite finishes woven throughout the project and are testimony to the attention paid by SDB to the tiniest details. The residences’ principal living spaces are furnished with marble slabs that have an ebony finish, and rooms are outfitted with herringbone timber flooring. The front of every home has a sturdy timber door with a lengthy brass handle, adorned with hand-crafted oak facets that feature the geometric design created by the Hiscocks.

In certain common areas residents will find feature walls made of Lucerna stone that has been carved in the same pattern as the facets of the oak, providing an overall sense of unity throughout the condominium. The lobby of the lift the geometric pattern is displayed in delicate frames made of the finest steel.

SDB emphasizes that the material used to create these elements are more than just a decorative function. For instance, Lucerna stone, which is a northern part of Italy was selected not just because of its a distinctive and elegant appearance, but also due to its resistance to extreme weather conditions and heavy use. The herringbone floors, though stunning, require a certain way of installing them which makes them more resistant against wear and tear due to moisture and humidity.

Green sanctuary
One Draycott was designed to provide an oasis of green and privacy in the midst of Singapore. To achieve this goal the city was able to implement more environmentally sustainable building and maintenance practices.

Precast construction, for instance, was used in bathrooms in all sizes as well as for stairs and garbage chutes. The project also collects rainwater, which is then used for irrigation of plants, while sensors are used to provide amenities like lighting in basements and staircases, as well as jet fans in order to reduce energy consumption.

In the houses, layouts were designed to include windows that could be opened in any way that is feasible and thereby enhancing cross-ventilation across rooms and reducing the use of air conditioning. On the deck for the facility on the second floor high ceilings permit the space to feel spacious and cool, as well as the abundant use of plants and landscaping.

Drawing inspiration from the lush greenery and mature trees located in the neighborhood of Ardmore-Draycott, SDB wanted to create an experience in the landscape at the development, which is integrated with the surrounding environment.

The greenery was integrated throughout the development with different elements like grass turfing, trees and trees. Planter boxes housing creeper plant were placed from the carpark in the basement all the way to the entrance level. When the plants are mature, they will form an elongated green wall that will help beautify the space as well as providing shade.

On the deck for facilities, landscaping was designed around the “mini-forest” theme. It features the plants of all aspects of the rainforest ecosystem. Additionally these plants are indigenous to Singapore or the larger Southeast Asia region, making them more manageable to keep. In addition, the road is lined with strips of planters that contain tough vines that are also a favorite for pollinators like bees and butterflies.

Based on caveats filed in September 29th with URA The 34 units of One Draycott have been sold up to date for an average cost of $3,174 per square foot, with buyers primarily Singaporeans and permanent residents in accordance with SDB.

Recently the developer has also announced an arrangement for deferred payments for the remaining units with potential buyers being given the option of prolonging the time to complete their sale or to extend the exercise period for the option.

Pinetree Hill contractor

CPG Corp has been a advocate for sustainable and green designs for years. An industry-leading building and infrastructure expert, CPG has been involved in a wide range of projects like the Changi Airport Terminals 1, 2 and 3; Gardens by the Bay and Singapore’s National Gallery; National Gallery of Singapore; and all general hospitals in Singapore, including Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, that was awarded the highly coveted Stephen R Kellert Biophilic Design Award.

Pinetree Hill contractor UOL Group and SingLand, placed the winning bid of $671.5 million, equivalent to $1,318 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr).

Khew Sin Kwan, the president and the group CEO of CPG Corp, was a judge for CPG Corp’s EdgeProp Singapore Excellence Awards for four consecutive years, spanning from 2018 until 2021. “At CPG, we are always pushing the limits to ensure sustainable buildings,” he says. “Besides making sure that buildings are climate-responsive and resource efficient, we create projects that improve the environment and ecological balance.”

In this year’s contest, CPG was engaged as the expertise partner for this year’s Sustainability Excellence Awards category. CPG contributed its knowledge in the judging criteria as well as the scoring matrix and methodology for both the quantitative and qualitative elements.

CPG also participated in scoring the sustainability aspects that are quantitative in accordance with criteria set by the Building & Construction Authority (BCA) Green Mark 2021 criteria that are more strict in comparison to those of the Green Mark 2015 criteria.

The most important aspect that is important to take into consideration was the impact on the environment analysis the design of a construction project and the measures used to minimize any environmental harm. Also, it was a look at how the project’s design complemented its surroundings and enhanced the natural environment.

Another reason was active mobility as well as overall health, and wellbeing. The study examined how developers and architects utilized innovative design and technology to manage temperature and air quality. Another consideration was whether a development offered safe access for cyclists and pedestrians.

Whole-life carbon assessment, that examined the selection of construction materials, construction techniques and the availability of sustainable transport options, was an additional element.

Other requirements were energy management systems, the utilization of renewable energy in the development process, as well as waste and water management systems, as well as recycling initiatives.

The aspects of sustainability that are qualitative are equally important and the judges of this year’s contest offered their opinions on these aspects. One of the criteria was whether the design of a project was comprehensive and coherent in its thinking in addition to the effects of sustainability aspects on the community.

Another important aspect was the project’s natural coexistence and how it enhances and complement the natural surroundings.

“From modeling the environment to reduce Urban Heat Island impacts to the supply indigenous plant species, and the development of an ecological restoration plan These are the areas the recipients of the Sustainability Excellence Award took cognisance of and went further with their plans,” says Khew.

The development that earned the highest sustainability score this year did not just earn an award called the Sustainability Excellence Award, but it also earned its developer the prestigious recognition of CPG as the most sustainable Developer.

Joint-venture partner Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments were awarded the first Top Sustainable Developer Award by CPG in recognition of their joint ventures – the Terra Hill, which has a 270-unit Terra Hill as well as The 816-unit The Continuum were awarded the highest overall scores for sustainability at this year’s awards.

Pinetree Hill launch date

In the last month, an HDB executive maisonette at 278 Bishan Street 24 has been sold at a record cost at $1.45 million, making it as being the priciest executive maisonette to the present. The property covers an size of 1,851 sq feet and is situated on the 19-21 floors in the 21-storey HDB block. The price paid is $783 per square foot. The block was finished in 1992. The unit is still 67 years on the 99-year lease. The deal was signed with the help of the Huttons Asia’s Eugene Tay.

Pinetree Hill launch date enjoys the improved infrastructure in district 21, Singapore.

The previous record price for a house was in December 2022 when a 1,641 sq. ft apartment located at Toh Yi Drive located off Jalan Jurong Kechil, fetched $1.3 million which was calculated using EdgeProp Singapore’s Landlens tool. The price was $805 per square foot.

Maisonettes are sought-after since they are typically double-storey and measuring between 1,582 sq feet and 1,722 square feet. They comprise three bedrooms: one master bedroom that has an ensuite bathroom, two bedrooms that share a bath as well as a living room with a dining area and kitchen.

Maisonettes are scarce because the HDB has stopped creating these types of homes. They’ve been replaced with executive condominiums (ECs) that are a hybrid of private and public housing condos, since.

Lee Sze Teck, senior director of data analytics at Huttons Real Estate, says the block that is located at 278 Bishan Street 24 contains 68 four-room flats, and just eight maisonettes. He believes the deal “could be an one-off” due to the limited availability of these properties. The property could be a penthouse executive with uninterrupted views of the surrounding area and is close to the Ang Mo Kio-Bishan park.

The maisonette located situated at 278 Bishan Street 24 established a new record in Bishan, three other homes in Bishan also reached 1 million in the September. One of them was a 1,604 sq feet of maisonette located on a low floor (levels 1 through 3) located at the 401 Sin Ming Avenue that was sold for $1,008,888. The block was built in 1985. The property is still 61 years under the lease of 99 years. A second maisonette measuring 1,572 square feet at Bishan Street 22 at Bishan Street 22 sold for $1.165 million. A similar-sized property located at Bishan Street 13 is purchased at $1.188 million.

The other side of on the same street Natura Loft, which is a one-of-a-kind 480-unit HDB development that was built in the Design, Build and Sell Scheme (DBSS) located at Bishan Street 24 also saw an all-time record set this month. The record was established when a five-room unit that occupied 1,292 square feet located on the 34-36 floors of Block 273B sold in the amount of $1.43 million. It was the highest price that has been recorded at the building in absolute value. This record previously belonged to a five-room house that was sold for $1.4 million during June.

Natura Loft also saw another million-dollar sale in September. One of the units in Block 273A, which is located on a lower floor was sold at $1.3 million.

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A unit in Altura which is the forthcoming executive condo (EC) situated at Bukit Batok West Avenue was purchased by the developer to the developer for $1.553 million on the 15th of September according to caveats that were lodged with URA. The 980 square feet of the unit was purchased for $1,585 per square foot, which is an all-time record to be the price of an EC unit, according to Mohan Sandrasegeran, head of research and analytical data for SRI.

Altura is a joint venture of Qingjian Realty and Santarli Construction. The 360-unit EC located in the Bukit Batok area was put up on August 5 which saw it sell 220 units (61.1%) on launch day. This EC construction was also among the top-selling project during August, selling the total of 225 units sold at an average price of $1,480 per sq ft. Altura is currently 87.5% taken up, with 315 units sold on the basis of caveats that were lodged on September 29.

Sandrasegeran explains the success of Altura’s to the high demand for its services, as one of the first EC to be launched inside the Bukit Batok area was nearly 20 years ago, when the Dew on Bukit Batok Street 21 was launched in 2001. He says that buyers are more open to the notion of living within and within the Tengah region. “In recent years the Tengah region has come out from it’s shadow, obscuring its earlier obscure status, because developers have realized its potential for development and expansion,” he explains.

In October in the month of October, the six-square unit Copen Grand ECC located at Tengah Garden Walk, a joint venture venture with City Developments and MCL Land was launched for sale. The project was sold out by December 2022 for the average of $1,334 per square foot.

The successes in the case of Altura as well as Copen Grand bodes well for the future EC situated on the site that is adjacent to Altura located on Bukit Batok West Avenue 5. The year 2022 was the month that City Developments Limited (CDL) obtained its bid of The Government Land Sale site with the highest bid in the amount of $336.068 million, which is an average land price of $626 per plot proportion (psf per plot ratio). The next EC is expected to have at least 512 units.

“Given the success of Altura as well as Copen Grand so far and the likelihood that we will see similar excitement when the Bukit Batok West Avenue 5 site will be officially opened to be sold,” comments Sandrasegeran. In determining the land price of $626 psf per acre and estimating launch prices of the brand new EC are likely to be in the $1,400 range.

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Yarra Park The City’s RM9 billion ($2.6 billion) Melbourne Square has been performing well since it was first launched in the year 2017. With the first stage complete and transferred in March 2021 The developer plans to begin the second stage which will be a residential tower, named Blvd this month.

Blvd, which soft-launched its doors this month, is securing 30% in reservations coming from an Australian marketplace, Yarra Park City CEO Woon Chong Boon tells City & Country in a live interview.

Melbourne Square is a freehold development of five acres on Southbank, Melbourne. The development was created through Yarra Park City, a joint venture with OSK Property and Employees Provident Fund (EPF) It has the total Gross Development Value (GDV) at A$2.8 billion ($2.6 billion).

In the midst of 0.6 acres The 73-storey Boulevard has 591 units, with built-ups that range between 50 sq m and 177 sq m and prices ranging from A$517,000 to A$3.2 million. Most floors will feature 11 units, however levels 56 and higher will have only six units per floor. These are known as premium units. The tower is estimated to have an estimated GDV in the region of RM2 billion. It is scheduled to be completed in 2026.

2 floors are devoted to amenities, including outdoor parks, a 25m pool area, a spa and sauna, a gym as well as a simulator, an auditorium and a karaoke room.

The 55th floor will be reserved exclusively for those who live in the top units. It includes a gym along with a lounge area and dining room. On this floor there will be co-working spaces that are accessible to everyone who lives there.

As wellness is becoming more integral to our lives, Yarra Park City plans to join the WELL Platinum certification. It will also incorporate sustainable solutions for the whole structure. It will improve insulation of ceilings and walls for more comfort in terms of thermal and acoustic along with electric vehicle charging and smart home automation, among other things.

“We believe it’s crucial as we have observed an increasing trend in the post-Covid-19 world, where people are increasingly aiming for health. Wellness has gone from being an ‘nice thing to have’ to a must-have in our day-to-day lives.” Woon says. Woon.

The progress in Melbourne Square
The first phase in Melbourne Square, previously an open-air car parking space includes 1,054 apartments, 6,100 sq m of retail space as well as a 1.8-acre park. The residential part is nearly completely occupied and approximately 10% and 12% of buyers being Malaysians% to 12% of the buyers are Malaysians.

The retail space is supported by the 4,100 square meter Woolworths supermarket, which includes six specialty stores, and a nursery, Nido Early School. Six of the speciality stores one of them has been filled with Woolworths liquor shop, BWS; two by an Asian supermarket; and the third with a cafe and an eatery serving Malaysian food. One of the stores is unoccupied.

Woon says she believes that Melbourne Square receives about 25,000 people per week, and adds that the arrival of Woolworths was a factor in the increase in number. “The neighborhood is mostlyresidential, in nature. Woolworths is our only fully-lined supermarket is available in the Southbank region.”

He says that the podium’s retail space was transferred to Perth-based real estate funds manager Primewest for a sum of A$70 million in December of 2020. Primewest was later renamed Centuria has been appointed by Colliers to oversee the retail area.

The masterplan originally proposed for Melbourne Square consists of six towers that offer retail, residential hotel, office and hotel elements. Woon says his masterplan hasn’t been completed and there is 2.1 acres to be developed. “It is all dependent on the type of product that is in demand as we move forward, and we’ll adapt our offerings to meet that need.”

He also says that there is a demand for apartments in the present and explains that there is a shortage of apartment units Melbourne since the opening of the borders in February of this year. This witnessed a rise in the number of people coming to the country. “The projected number for FY2023 is at 400,000 net migration from overseas. The projected number for the next one year’s fiscal is 31,590. Over the course of five years we will be contemplating 1.5 million people from overseas. Around 40% of these migrants will be coming to Victoria. This means that we’re talking about 90,000.”

“These people will require a place to live and buy or rent. Therefore, there is a huge shortage of housing in the present. In the last few years, we were shattered due to the pandemic. a rise in construction costs, and higher borrowing costs, and there aren’t many new property launches as contrasted to the peak years in 2015 and 2016” the expert states.

“The marketplace has evolved. We are re-examining the master plan and looking at what’s the most effective product we can offer,” says Woon, saying that the build-to rent concept is being considered by the company as well.

Property perspectives and plans for the future
Woon states that Melbourne Square will continue to be the city’s main goal as it tries to build the landbank in Australia.

The developer has bought around 2 acres of Southbank comprising two adjacent sites with a total value of A$97million. Acquisition of the initial site located at the 87-117 Queensbridge Street was completed in July of this year. The acquisition of the 2nd site located at the 190 City Road was completed the next month in November. The developer plans to develop an apartment building.

“Currently it’s an office space that we lease out. We have plans for development after we finish Melbourne Square. We lease it to generate rental income as of now.”

He is optimistic about the long-term outlook of the market. “Looking to Australia and, specifically, Melbourne, the population increase [in Melbourneis among the most significant among Australian cities. We’re talking about an increase ofbetween 1.8% to 2% each year due to the migration of foreigners including highly skilled students and workers.”

“With increasing numbers of people moving to Melbourne and the surrounding areas, more homes will be needed.”

“The opportunities of property are always present particularly in the next five years when 1.5 million net overseas immigrants are set to enter Australia. Of that, 400 to 500,000 are moving to Melbourne. The increase in population will require new dwellings to be built particularly as the vacancy rate in Melbourneis at less than% which is quite low at the moment.”

“Therefore when it comes to residential development in Melbourne We are extremely optimistic. This is the reason we purchased the two-acre sites in the last year.”

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Mitbana – the joint venture of Mitsubishi Corp and Surbana Jurong along in partnership with Indonesian property developer Intiland Development is launching Green Bestari Park, an integrated township that is a transit-oriented development within Talaga Bestari in Tangerang, in the Indonesian Greater Jakarta area.

Mitbana owns a 70% part of Inti Mitbana Development, a joint partnership together with Sinar Puspapersada (a subsidiary of Intiland) that is executing the development. Mitbana is responsible for the masterplan urban design, planning and urban design for the project, whereas Intiland will be responsible for the land preparation process as well as infrastructure developer and local stakeholder involvement.

The township, which covers 51 ha, will be constructed in three phases. The initial phase comprising 14 ha, which includes cluster-landed housing, retail spaces, F&B outlets and a clubhouse for residents. Further stages will comprise Green Bestary Park will include additional housing units and a park for the city as well as commercial spaces and a TOD that is integrated with the planned mass rapid station for transit on the east-west MRT line that connects Balaraja with Cikarang. “Together with Mitbana the goal we share is to develop a high-quality, sustainable development that will revitalize this Talaga Bestari area and foster the development of an inclusive social network,” states Permadi Indra Yoga, Intiland’s executive director of business development.

Daisuke Kobayashi who is deputy chief operational office for Mitbana and the president director of Inti Mitbana Development, concurs. “Our concept to Green Bestari Park extends to redefine the future that will be sustainable and urban in Greater Jakarta,” he declares. He says that the the future developments planned for Green Bestari Park, such as the TOD and Green Connection, a proposed green boulevard which loops through the township. It will enable residents to enjoy an eco-friendly living space that is equipped with modern facilities.

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GSH Corporation’s office buildings situated in Cecil Street will not be taking place.

The company received a letter from the solicitors of the buyer that the buyer was not able to conclude their purchase property.

GSH Corporation, on July 12th, announced that it will be selling nine office buildings in strata on the 20th and 28th floors of Cecil Street for $38.8 million.

Following “due discussion” after “due deliberation,” the agreement to purchase and sell (SPA) concluded was terminated. The 10-percent% deposit of $38.8 million was refunded by the buyer.

The purchase will be recorded in the form of “other revenue” in the income statement of the company for the current fiscal year. The expiration of the purchase will not impact the company’s financial performance in any way.