Daily Archives: March 25, 2018 (9 Articles Found)

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Mandarin Gardens owners approve S$2.5 billion price for collective sale agreement

Mandarin Gardens condominium is one step closer to setting a record for Singapore’s largest collective sale. Owners of the 99-year leasehold property on Sun approved the S$2.48 billion asking price for an en bloc sale attempt at an…

The rise of non-mature estates: why further is becoming better

Surprise, surprise – the most popular project in the recent Feb 2018 BTO exercise turned out to be Teck Whye View, a project situated in non-mature estate Choa Chu Kang. Teck Whye View was the project of choice…

New Bukit Panjang hawker centre design unveiled; construction to begin this year: NEA

Construction works for a new two-storey complex in Bukit Panjang will begin in the fourth quarter of this year, NEA said on Sun. The design plans for Senja Hawker Centre were unveiled to Bukit Panjang residents for the…

StarHub, Sunseap offer Singapore consumers 100% solar power plans

Consumers in Singapore who want to lower their environmental footprint and switch to cleaner energy can now do so without buying their own solar power installations. Solar energy provider Sunseap and StarHub have together rolled out a new…

Car-Free Sunday goes to one-north for the first time

Car-Free Sunday SG will move out of the Civic District for the first time with a special edition of the popular event to be held in one-north next month. Cyclists, joggers and families will be able to wander…

Bike hanging from tree? Here comes the marshal

Bicycles hanging from trees, their frames infested with ants or, worse, stripped of their parts. These are what marshals hired by bike-sharing firms have come across while dealing with damaged and haphazardly parked bikes. Some bikes have been…

Developers flush with liquidity will keep land demand high for now

Given that the Singapore private residential market saw a huge wave of completions over the last four years and that most of these projects were almost or completely sold out, developers are now flush with liquidity and are…

New sports and care facilities for Fernvale

Residents of Fernvale can look forward to new eldercare, childcare and sports facilities by the end of next year, after plans for the neighbourhood in Sengkang South were unveiled yesterday. PM Lee officiated the groundbreaking ceremony for a…

Higher buyer’s stamp duty a wealth tax with mixed impact on the property market

One of the biggest purchase for most Singaporeans, it’s no surprise many watch property prices closely like hawks. Yet the recent announcement of a 1 per cent hike on the Buyer’s Stamp Duty (BSD) on the top slice…

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