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    Comparable to Clift. It is competing wtih Concourse Skyline.
    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter
    In the CBD, United Industrial Corporation (UIC) is said to have moved close to 50 units at its V on Shenton project, taking total sales in the project to over 140 units. UIC began selling the project on July 20.

    The average price for the 99-year-leasehold project is $2,200 per square foot (psf). UIC has released about 190 of V on Shenton's 510 residential units, which will be in a 54-storey tower.

    Absolute prices start from just under a million dollars, for a city-facing studio unit of 441 sq ft on the 17th floor. UIC is said to have sold one of the project's six penthouses for $13.5 million.

    The duplex unit is spread across levels 52 and 53. Four bedrooms and the living area are on the lower level, while the upper level is mostly roof terrace except for a family room. The unit's strata area is 7,255 sq ft inclusive of the roof terrace.

    Buyers are said to be mostly Singaporeans, with others from Indonesia, China and India.

    The showflat is on the ground level of The Gateway on Beach Road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter

    Absolute prices start from just under a million dollars, for a city-facing studio unit of 441 sq ft on the 17th floor. UIC is said to have sold one of the project's six penthouses for $13.5 million.

    The duplex unit is spread across levels 52 and 53. Four bedrooms and the living area are on the lower level, while the upper level is mostly roof terrace except for a family room. The unit's strata area is 7,255 sq ft inclusive of the roof terrace.

    Buyers are said to be mostly Singaporeans, with others from Indonesia, China and India.

    The showflat is on the ground level of The Gateway on Beach Road.

    Wa.. I think the huge duplex will be the most profitable. Imagine those new york .. those duplexes penthoouses are the one selling like hotcakes and very limited in supply. You got money ...the owner also got money to hold..

    Maybe should concentrate on penthouse units.. even if it's the OCR types.

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    V on Shenton - site accident a while ago, crane collapsed with a loud bang and nearby buildings can feel it and hear it. Hope nobody is injured.

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    Quote Originally Posted by latour
    V on Shenton - site accident a while ago, crane collapsed with a loud bang and nearby buildings can feel it and hear it. Hope nobody is injured.
    hopefully TOP not delayed due to work stoppage.

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    Think this project losing steam liaoo..

    Agent rang today and say now they give referral fee ! Or am i wrong ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petertan123
    Think this project losing steam liaoo..

    Agent rang today and say now they give referral fee ! Or am i wrong ?
    definitely interest will die down..
    while the foreigners are not buying due to absd.
    so where to find so many local buyers?

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    Huaters?



    MRT and new mall all beside

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    priced in already lah ... STI probably has more influence on V on Shenton sales than MRT annoucement
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    the other 2 mrts were already pretty near this project anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    priced in already lah ... STI probably has more influence on V on Shenton sales than MRT annoucement

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    Commuting in the city is already convienance. An additional station nearby will not make much of a difference. But a station build in a Ulu location with limited accessibility will see value of property rise.

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    They can go bontanic gardens via mrt. Heh.

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    It does not much difference within the City. How about one who may not be staying in the ulu area but needs to visit someone there from city? It is more convenient now. It just gives people one more option besides the bus or taxi. Anyway, it is so difficult to find a taxi on Fridays and buses may be stucked in jams on Friday. Pray hard that train does not breakdown.
    Quote Originally Posted by AK47
    Commuting in the city is already convienance. An additional station nearby will not make much of a difference. But a station build in a Ulu location with limited accessibility will see value of property rise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    It does not much difference within the City. How about one who may not be staying in the ulu area but needs to visit someone there from city? It is more convenient now. It just gives people one more option besides the bus or taxi. Anyway, it is so difficult to find a taxi on Fridays and buses may be stucked in jams on Friday. Pray hard that train does not breakdown.
    I will never turn down additional accessibility and connectivity. I welcome this station with open arms!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    It does not much difference within the City. How about one who may not be staying in the ulu area but needs to visit someone there from city? It is more convenient now. It just gives people one more option besides the bus or taxi. Anyway, it is so difficult to find a taxi on Fridays and buses may be stucked in jams on Friday. Pray hard that train does not breakdown.

    all the lines lead to marina bay
    is more like those who stay at marina bay now have traveling options to the rest of the island.

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    wow, ultra rich tenants in D1 take MRT during peak hours to squeeze her/his bum bum with the crowd

    dun get me wrong, good excuse to up price
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    company paid lease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    company paid lease.
    company paid taxi? driver? company car?
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    company paid taxi? driver? company car?
    company paid bum bum?

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    65 units @ median psf 2,019 1,717 highest 2,643
    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    The clift, V and Skyline owners will all laugh to the bank next month. I just hope they dun be too kancheong to unload first or they will regret after 25 Dec 2012 !

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