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Old February 24th, 2008, 02:01 PM   #21
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Pass by almost everyday. They have removed the blue window sheets and the ground looks ready.
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Old February 25th, 2008, 01:29 PM   #22
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Such info is not in public domain, as TOP inspection may require tons of rework, and reinspections.

However, the date of TOP issued can be found here.

http://www.bca.gov.sg/plan_enquiry/ListTop.asp
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Old April 3rd, 2008, 09:15 PM   #23
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Viz has TOP'd 31 Mar 08...
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Old October 12th, 2009, 06:55 PM   #24
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D5 | Parvis at Holland Hill | TOP 2013

Lease: Freehold
Site Area: 243,527 sqft
Address: 12, 16, 18 Holland Hill
Developer: Ho Bee Group and MCL Land
Estimated TOP: 2013
Floors: 12
Units: 248 total, 2rm (51) , 3rm (100), 4rm (76), Penthouse (21)
Typical Sizes:
2rm (990 sqft, 1,195 sqft, 1,442 sqft)
3rm (1,701 sqft, 2,002 sqft, 2,260 sqft)
4rm (1,991 sqft, 2,013 sqft, 2,325 sqft, 2,347 sqft, 2,583 sqft, 2605 sqft)
Penthouse (2,293 sqft - 3,229 sqft)
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Old October 12th, 2009, 06:57 PM   #25
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interesting... any idea how much psf?

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Old October 13th, 2009, 07:14 AM   #26
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they enbloc at $749.39 psf/ppr. so add another $500psf for construction, $200psf for profit. i guess should be around $1,450psf. My guess only hor!

ps: i am not selling this project. just contributing in the discussion only.
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Old October 14th, 2009, 04:26 AM   #27
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they enbloc at $749.39 psf/ppr. so add another $500psf for construction, $200psf for profit. i guess should be around $1,450psf. My guess only hor!

ps: i am not selling this project. just contributing in the discussion only.
depends if they go overseas.....managed to get $1500 for Waterfall Gardens that way.

CapitaLand better pray get higher than that, or good luck for Farrer Court!
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Old October 14th, 2009, 05:08 AM   #28
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ha ha, Liew put his money where his mouth is ... flooding the BT Timah area with more than a thousand mid-high end units at one goal....

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Old October 14th, 2009, 05:52 AM   #29
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How is Liew's Interlace doing? How are sales after the initial hype?
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Old October 14th, 2009, 07:27 AM   #30
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depends if they go overseas.....managed to get $1500 for Waterfall Gardens that way.

CapitaLand better pray get higher than that, or good luck for Farrer Court!
Recently more than 20 units of Belle Vue were sold at HK at over $2000psf. Maybe the developer will do this route as well.
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Old October 16th, 2009, 08:09 AM   #31
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they enbloc at $749.39 psf/ppr. so add another $500psf for construction, $200psf for profit. i guess should be around $1,450psf. My guess only hor!

ps: i am not selling this project. just contributing in the discussion only.
Lush next door transacted at >1500psf... so I think this project 1500psf or more is a reality.. but the 2 main blocks all have East / West sun... only the small block in the center 4bedder is spared the direct sun.

Which i think the quantum is going to be too high.
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Old November 22nd, 2009, 06:34 PM   #32
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Took a photo show the left 2 bedder site. With a direct walk way to holland V.
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Dropped by the show room over the weekend. liked the site and project but the price is too out of reach. 2 bedder 990sf is ard 1600++ psf. Would need rental of abt 5-6K per mth to break even... I think its too high for that area.

Comparing to Livia , sophia residence etc..

well maybe I am wrong.....
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Old November 23rd, 2009, 04:44 AM   #33
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Took a photo show the left 2 bedder site. With a direct walk way to holland V.
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Dropped by the show room over the weekend. liked the site and project but the price is too out of reach. 2 bedder 990sf is ard 1600++ psf. Would need rental of abt 5-6K per mth to break even... I think its too high for that area.

Comparing to Livia , sophia residence etc..

well maybe I am wrong.....
Kind of agree....at the example you mentioned, monthly installment is around $3.8-4k already.

The only upside is Farrer Court site got very high breakeven so may eventually drag up the values in this area.

But even then will create so much new supply going to make cut throat rental competition...

The other problem is Holland Hill on the wrong side for MRT and driving access very annoying - must make U-turn all the way down Queensway when coming home everyday....
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Old November 23rd, 2009, 08:01 AM   #34
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actually if I have 1600++ to burn i will pick lincoln suits over Pravis. coz lincoln suits is right beside a MRT in novena. given both are abt the same price pt. and Lincoln have a sky bridge gym too as a bonus iconic thing.....
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actually if I have 1600++ to burn i will pick lincoln suits over Pravis. coz lincoln suits is right beside a MRT in novena. given both are abt the same price pt. and Lincoln have a sky bridge gym too as a bonus iconic thing.....
for own stay or investment?
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Took a photo show the left 2 bedder site. With a Dropped by the show room over the weekend...
....hmm... looking at the many stacks of HDB behind..... not very nice....
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Old November 25th, 2009, 03:55 PM   #37
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Old December 10th, 2009, 01:30 PM   #38
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actually if I have 1600++ to burn i will pick lincoln suits over Pravis. coz lincoln suits is right beside a MRT in novena. given both are abt the same price pt. and Lincoln have a sky bridge gym too as a bonus iconic thing.....
Same here but not because of sky bridge gym. Parvis layout is not really good since their 2000sqft looks like 1500sqft living space.

Those who bought Newton Suites 5 years ago are laughing all the way to the bank.
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To me, it is very obvious which is better - Lincoln Suites is so much closer to Orchard & city compared to Parvis, and it is within 300m to MRT station and 50m to shopping mall (United Square), while slightly further away there are 2 other malls, namely Novena Square (underneath is Novena MRT station) and Square2. I passed by there frequently and it seem that the Lincoln Suites old building to be torn down, despite being old and not being maintained at all, are so full of tenants. This shows it has much better investment potential for rental income even when it ages. For conveniency, buy Lincoln Suites. For exclusiveness (some people will say buy Parvis), I say, buy GCBs! (only GCBs can be considered to be really exclusive).

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Same here but not because of sky bridge gym. Parvis layout is not really good since their 2000sqft looks like 1500sqft living space.

Those who bought Newton Suites 5 years ago are laughing all the way to the bank.
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To me, it is very obvious which is better - Lincoln Suites is so much closer to Orchard & city compared to Parvis, and it is within 300m to MRT station and 50m to shopping mall (United Square), while slightly further away there are 2 other malls, namely Novena Square (underneath is Novena MRT station) and Square2. I passed by there frequently and it seem that the Lincoln Suites old building to be torn down, despite being old and not being maintained at all, are so full of tenants. This shows it has much better investment potential for rental income even when it ages. For conveniency, buy Lincoln Suites. For exclusiveness (some people will say buy Parvis), I say, buy GCBs! (only GCBs can be considered to be really exclusive).
You are absolutely correct. Convenience and proximity to amenties is key. Somehow I feel the mickey mouse units next to Novena will do really well in terms of yield.

For own stay and exclusiveness buy whatever your family wants.
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