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Terra Hill Condo (former Flynn Park)

Terra Hill Condo (former Flynn Park) sitting along Yew Siang Road in Pasir Panjang since 1986 has been bought by a joint venture between Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments with a bid of S$371 million recently.
Flynn Park is originally comprised of 72 apartments and sits on an elevated 208,443 sq ft freehold plot of land. It is in District 5. The redeveloped site will be a luxurious, low density development that is able to hold about 271 residential units, averaging 100 square meters.

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Slim Barracks Rise Residences

Along Slim Barracks Rise in district 5, there are 2 new 99 year leasehold mixed developments, sandwiching NTU Alumni Club @ One North. Land Parcel A, which spans 7,957 square metres, can build up to 265 units while the 5,937 sq m Parcel B is predicted to house 140 units with commercial units on the ground floor. Analyst predicts about a $2,100 psf when launched.


Piccadilly Grand – a mixed development at Farrer Park

Piccadilly Grand, a new 99 year leasehold mixed development will find its home on Northumberland Road in District 8. It was awarded to a joint venture between City Development Limited (CDL) and MCL Land for $445.9 million or $1,129 psf per plot ratio (psf ppr). Farrer Park MRT is right on the doorstep of the condominium.

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Lentor Modern – the new integrated development

Lentor Central is set to become an integrated development, comprising of a 99-year leasehold condominium as residential area, commercial spaces, and a direct link to the future Lentor MRT Station.
It sits within a predominantly private housing area in the new Lentor Hills Estate in Ang Mo Kio. The Lentor Hills Estate is surrounded by Lentor Estate, Teachers’ Housing Estate, Sindo Industrial Estate and some private and public housing.

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AMO Residence @Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1

It has been around 7 years since Ang Mo Kio welcomed a new GLS site – Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1 site . With a site area of 12,679.4 square meter and a maximum gross floor area of 31,699 square meter, this plot of land is estimated to house around 370 units. The estimated breakeven price is S$1,750-1,850psf, implying launch price could hit S$2,000 psf.

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LIV @ MB – Luxury Condo in the East Coast

It is exciting to unveil a new project LIV @ MB – the redevelopment of the Katong Park Towers – as a new year begins. The former site was sold to a subsidiary of Bukit Sembawang Estates for $345 million, about 20 per cent above the reserve price of $288 million. Bukit Sembawang is an award-winning residential developer. Over half a century old, it is reputable, experienced and has built some of Singapore’s most well-known residential developments.

LIV @ MB is targeted to launch in Q2 2022.

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CanningHill Piers

CanningHill Piers will take over the former Liang Court District, located in Singapore’s prime district 6 and heart.

District 6 is widely known for being both a business and leisure hotspot. Therefore future residents of CanningHill Piers can enjoy the best of both worlds within the neighbourhood. Destinations and activities suitable for day till night, professional to recreational, city and nature, surround CanningHill Piers, waiting to be explored. The dual frontage of the river and hill is a rare advantage in Singapore especially. This highlight thus brings out more of CanningHill Piers’ charms. Moreover, Fort Canning MRT Station is right on their doorstep, seamlessly connecting residents to the rest of Singapore too.

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One Bernam – Next to the epicentre of future Greater Southern Waterfront

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