120 Grange

120 Grange at 120 Grange Road is a new launch condominium by Roxy-Pacific. The freehold property has a land area of approximately 15,780 sqft was acquired by Roxy-Pacific Holdings Limited for $48.5 million. This freehold development will be architect to concept and will be situated right in the heart of Singapore, and in the bustling Orchard Shopping Belt . The condominium will consist a total of 56 exclusive residential units which will consist of 1-2 bedroom Dual Key, ideal for both own stay or investment rental yield.

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Sea Pavilion Residences

Sea Pavilion Residences is a Freehold private boutique development located along 494 Upper East Coast Road Singapore 466522. Formerly occupied by a detached landed house nestled in the prime district 16 along the east coast of Singapore. Oxley Holding is the developer for Sea Pavilion Residences freehold property that sits on a land area of 1,292.1 square metres. Continue reading

First residential-cum-retail project shaping up in Bidadari

The first private residential-cum-retail development shaping up in the new Bidadari estate will offer some 680 residential units and close to 28,000 sq m of retail gross floor area.

This maiden joint-venture project between Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) and Japanese developer Kajima Development will also connect to Singapore’s first air-conditioned basement bus interchange.

Condominium units of The Woodleigh Residences range from two-to four-bedroom units. Continue reading

Why foreign home buyers prefer Singapore over prime cities’ property markets

Homes purchased by non-Singaporeans rose 63% in 2017, thanks to market recovery.

Even if the New Futura (48 units sold out of 64 units) is the only major project launched so far in 2018, sales momentum has been surprisingly strong for the luxury residential project, with close to 60% of the units sold to foreigners despite the high outlay. According to DBS Equity Research, this is an indicator that foreigner demand is already returning to Singapore. Continue reading

CDL to launch new Tampines condo

City Developments (CDL) is releasing units at The Tapestry condominium in Tampines next week.

It announced yesterday that the 99-year leasehold project, which has 861 units, will be the “first premium suburban condominium launch” this year.

The Tapestry comprises seven 15-storey blocks with units from 441 square feet for a one-bedder to 1,765 sq ft for the largest five-bedroom dual-key with study apartments. Continue reading

V on Shenton

UIC Limited unveils its flagship development, previously known as the UIC Building located at 5 Shenton Way. The integrated development comprises a 54-storey residential tower – V on Shenton and a 23-storey office building.

  • Strategically located at the confluence of Shenton Way and Marina Bay Financial District, V on Shenton, comprises of 510 units ranging from studio, 1 to 3-bedroom apartments and penthouses.

The design concept harmonises habitat and nature into a magnificent column of light, space and greenery. Using its signature organic shapes and structures inspired by nature, the building reflects the sense of a sculpture crafted by artisan hands to redefine the appeal of metropolitan living. The upcoming Shenton Way station is right at the doorstep of the development.

The development is designed by renowned Dutch architect, UNStudio and award winning local architect, Architects 61.

The ideal base for exceptional world-class city living, V on Shenton sits right on the pulse of Singapore’s new Marina Bay Financial District. It is within the opportunity corridor of Asia’s multi-million dollar waterfront city – Downtown at Marina Bay. Other distinguished neighbours include the new Westin Hotel (operational in 2013), Marina Bay Sands, Marina Bay Cruise Centre and Gardens by the Bay.

V on Shenton will have direct underground link to Marina Bay Link Mall and the upcoming Downtown MRT Station, which is slated for completion in 2013.

The Raffles Place MRT Interchange Station, that serves all corners of Singapore, as well as the Tanjong Pagar MRT Station, are all within walking distance.

Central Expressway (CTE), East Coast Parkway (ECP) and the emerging Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE), targeted for completion in 2013, offer seamless connectivity throughout the island.

What takes convenience to a new level is the addition of the Shenton Way Station at your doorstep, as part of the future Thomson MRT Line.


Development Name: V on Shenton
Property Type: Mixed Commercial & Residential Development
Address: Shenton Way
Developer: UIC Investments (Properties) Pte Ltd
# of Units: 510
TOP Date: 31 Dec 2017
Indicative Prices:
  • 2 + Study 1216sf @ $2,853,600
  • 3 Bedroom 1755sf @ $3,758,400
Unique Selling Points:
  • One of the few privileged residential developments in the new financial district of Raffles Place – Marina Bay Financial District
  • Spectacular Marina, Sentosa and City Views
  • Designed by well known Amsterdam based architect, UNStudio
  • Walking distance to Downtown MRT Station, Raffles Place and Tanjong Pagar MRT Station
  • Top quality fittings & fixtures

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8 Hullet By Lian Huat

Nestled in the heart of Singapore City’s prestigious district 9, 8 Hullet sits over glamorous Orchard Road where luxury, entertainment and style unfolds with every step you take.

8 Hullet is a residential condominium strategically located at Singapore’s exclusive shopping belt where the modern convenience of dining, entertainment and good schools is balanced with the quaint and private neighbourhood of a national heritage site. Continue reading

Foreign interest seen returning to Singapore residential market

FOREIGN demand is expected to return to the Singapore residential property market this year, Bank of Singapore (BOS) believes.

This is backed by the prospects of a price recovery and better leasing environment, as well as the fact that home prices have fallen to a sweet spot after four years of decline to render the market more affordable compared to other global cities.

BOS head of strategy Eli Lee said in a report last Friday that the recent bullishness in the housing market has so far been largely driven by domestic buyers. But he expects foreign buyers seeking relative value to return and kick the upturn into higher gear, particularly in the prime residential segment. Continue reading