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First Weekend Sales of Parc Botannia

First Weekend Sales of Parc Botannia

Parc Botannia Day Perspective

 

Singapore – The launch of Parc Botannia by Sing Holdings and Wee Hur Holdings comes as other developers postpone their launches till the beginning of next year. It’s a sign that companies could be looking to revise their price upwards due to the positive market sentiment seen in recent months. Developer sold 230 units at an average price of S$1,270 per square foot on the first weekend of sales on Saturday. They had initially wanted to launch 150 units but eventually made more than 250 units available in the first phase with more than 500 cheques received as indication of interest by purchasers before the soft launch. This is out of the total of 735 units in the whole development spanning across four beautifully designed 22-storey towers.

It was a big day for these potential home buyers balloting a unit of this project in Sengkang. Many buyers said they were attracted to its proximity to the transport nodes such as Thanggam LRT Station, Seletar Mall and Jalan Kayu, a food enclave. They were buying the apartment for investment as the location is very accessible to the City Center with the upcoming expressway as well as Seletar Aerospace Park and Changi Airport in close-proximity, hoping to attract the well-heeled tenants such as those frequent travelers and the future huge workforce coming from the nearby Aviation Hub.

Parc Botannia is the latest large-scale project to hit the market after a quiet September and October. Sing Holdings decided to launch this project now as they felt there will be less competition coming from other projects since many other developers are holding off new sales launches till 2018.

It is sitting on a 99-year leasehold plot of land in Fernvale, adjacent to Thanggam LRT and only a few stations away from Sengkang MRT. National Parks Board will also be managing a 100,000 square-foot park adjacent to it after their completion by the developers.

According to Mr Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Sing Holdings, the strong attributes of this project have attracted an “overwhelming” mixed buyer interest with the most popular units being one and five-bedroom apartments ranging from 431 to 1,679 square foot respectively.

Apart from the beautiful landscaping, unique features and the affordable price tag, there isn’t any new condo projects in the neighborhood from the last two years. Hence, take-up rate will gain momentum going forward into 2018.

Best Residential Areas In Singapore

There is a common saying – each area has its own attractions, and your experience in Singapore will definitely vary drastically as per the type and location of neighborhood you would be around. Let’s guide you through some of Singapore’s best neighborhoods, so you are well informed before going out with your agent.

Tanjong Pagar

Holland Village:

Holland Village is one of the most attracting residential areas due to the central location close to the downtown and even Orchard areas, also the open space Singapore Botanical Garden and MacRitchie Reservoir offer is no doubt a class apart. You would have a wonderful eclectic feel here with so many bars, local shops, and restaurants. Plus the famous arts and dining enclave Dempsey is just a step out and three of the highest capacity office complexes namely Biopolis, Fusionopolis and Mediopolis aren’t far either.

Tanjong Pagar:

The beautiful ethnic shop house storefronts in Tanjong Pagar still portrays the Malay heritage of Singapore giving it a simple touch of picturesque charm. At the heart of the area, Neil Roads and the Keong Saik boasts Singapore’s vibrant food and cocktail culture.

Situated just outside the central business district, bankers and ad-agency suits are the ones who live here. The short distance from work, several watering holes to enjoy with friends at the end of the day, nice weekend, or even a romantic night out often attracts people searching for an ideal residential area.

Tiong Bahru:

This is basically a heritage housing estate holding onto the retro charm. The city streets are designed like an interlocking horseshoe shape that encloses a popular community center. It’s just 15 minutes from the city center and offers a charming escape from the artificial skylines downtown and has a much more serene feel.

The apartments are mostly a bit walk-up, but once you climb up the stairs, a beautiful space awaits. The Tiong Bahru apartments are post-war but nicely renovated to offer you an elegant vintage feel like the covered porches and beautiful window grates.

Geylang:

Geylang is basically a local area, maybe even more literally Chinese than Chinatown. Just 15 minutes from the city to the East, the Hawker centers and street stalls will give you an idea about the local culture far from the fancy cocktail bars or lavish streets. But you would love the gritty charm once you blend into the neighborhood.

Sentosa:

Best known as Singapore’s “resort-island,” you can live at homes right on the water. It can be unique condos or landed houses. If breezy and serene spaces away from city life and a beach in front of you sound perfect, Sentosa Island may be the best option for you, but don’t forget the price tag.

East Coast:

It’s a perfect home base for a family man. You will live close to nature. There are some housing complexes not far from the East Coast Park. It’s a long narrow strip along the sides of a beautiful beach with plenty of greenery and an amazing ocean view. You would find homes here at reasonable rents. A spacious place with a wide range of amenities, for the same price as a small home in the city center – this seems heavenly.

Woodlands:

Woodlands is situated at the far Northern end of the island, much closer to Malaysia than the city life of Singapore. However, the great distance from the city gives a nice option to stretch out.

 

Best Hotels In Singapore

Singapore has become one of the most vibrant and busy business hubs in Southeast Asia. Preferred as the most traveled tourist spot in this part, it offers a wide range of cultures and entertainment to spend your time. Singapore has seen a huge change over the past few years developing more attractive structures, tourist activities and beautiful spots for travelers all around the world. With so many sightseeing options, museums to explore and districts to roam around, the most important part of your trip should be picking the best hotel.

Here in this article, we have assembled some of the best hotels in Singapore. So, let’s choose the hotel best suited for your trip.

Hotels In Singapore

Singapore Marriott Hotel:

The Singapore Marriott Hotel is famous for the beautiful green pagoda tower at the center of Orchard Road. Also, the Retreat Spa here offers some amazing sessions which will fill you with energy. Several other beauty services can be enjoyed such as manicures, pedicures, and waxing inside the hotel, and you don’t have to go anywhere else.

Rasa Sentosa Resort:

This is the only resort in Singapore that offers a beachfront location. Sentosa Island’s Siloso Beach is the best attraction if you choose this resort. It has a brand new renovated guestrooms and even hotel facilities like as gym, spa and children’s amusement club.

Shangri-La Hotel:

The Shangri-La Hotel also represents mesmerizing spa facilities and aromatherapy. Roaming around the romantic manicured gardens in the serene Shangri-La Hotel spa could be your best option to enjoy the evening. You can even try the jacuzzi, sauna or steam room after a busy day or enjoy the outdoor swimming pool.

Raffles Hotel:

It’s not only a luxurious hotel but also a famous landmark in Singapore for more than 120 years. This historic retreat will give you a touch of the local colonial-style architecture. Even the beautiful tropical garden inside the hotel has been immortalized in Rudyard Kipling and Somerset Maugham’s best-selling novels.

Orchard Parksuites:

This is a home away from home. Orchard Parksuites Pte Ltd will serve you a hi-tech kitchen and exclusive steam room and refreshing sauna. If you want to visit the chic malls and top Asian restaurants, just step out onto the always busy Orchard Road.

Regency House:

Choose this self-catering hotel for a homely feeling even on your trip. It’s situated just in the hub of Orchard Road shopping street. Pick your rooms from the 87 luxurious apartments, whether you want two-bedroom or a three-bedroom unit. You can even cook meals in well-advanced kitchens and enjoy the time in quite spacious living and dining areas.

Mandarin Oriental:

A luxury 5-star hotel that offers lavish rooms furnished in costly woods and Asian silks gives you the ultimate pleasure to the scenic beauty of Singapore Marina and the wonderfully illuminated city skyline. This hotel is also close to some of the major city landmarks such as the Singapore Flyer or the attractive Esplanade and is just minutes away from the central business area.

Hilton Singapore:

The Hilton Singapore is the ultimate family retreat with plenty of children’s menu options, babysitting, childcare and even rollaway beds that comes along with the cribs and high chairs whenever you want to use. Situated in the heart of Orchard Road, luxurious shopping malls and many entertainment venues are actually a step out of this famous Singapore hotel.