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Freehold property at Katong-Paya Lebar for sale at $1M only!

A very spacious apartment at Paya Lebar/Katong area. 915 sqft. South facing with city view.

Freehold apartment — minutes to MRT and town area and near amenities. This prime freehold location is priced at $1.0m. Also available for rent. Minutes to Paya Lebar MRT, OneKM mall and supermarkets. Future regional commercial zone under development. Great investment potential.

Available now. Call David King @ 94772121 for viewing appointment



Macpherson-Paya Lebar Industrial site up for en-bloc sale


Citimac Industrial Complex at the junction of Macpherson Road and Paya Lebar Road has been put up for collective sale, with the owners seeking bids of S$550 million and above.

Cushman & Wakefield, which is handling the en-bloc sale, described the complex as a rare developable site near the Paya Lebar iPark vicinity and the Paya Lebar Regional Centre.

According to Cushman, Citimac occupies a land area of 139,789 square feet.

Based on a maximum allowable plot ratio of 3.5 under the 2014 Master Plan, the successful bidder can redevelop the freehold site into a property with gross floor area of about 489,261 sqft, Cushman said in a statement on Monday (Sep 22).

This could include a shopping mall with about 140,000 sqft of retail and commercial space.

The tender closes at 3pm on Oct 30.

Kallang riverside launch

2014-05-07 11.01.43A freehold property launch in the Kallang Riverside/Kampong Bugis is coming soon. From the prices that the developer side is promoting, I believe it is an attraction to those who buy into the Masterplan. The showflat is opening this weekend according to the developer’s sales team. 1/2/3/PH are available.

The indicative prices according to the press on Fri ranges from $1900-2300psf. Will you consider to buy?

Little signs of market picking up?

In today’s BT, it was reported three quarters of a new launch at the Sorrento on West Coast Toad snapped up over the Easter weekend. Prices are between $1380-1600psf. Is it a sign that market is poised to pick up, or just an isolated case of good pricing, good location, or a mixture of both?