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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    Reasonable layout but why am i paying for that stupid piece of VOID triangle????
    void triangle is small and i think not payable, if payable, they would have extend the ac ledge.
    just look at the support columns and walls

  2. #12

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    Void Triangle is not payable ! (confirmed)

    The Price is Attractive ! ( <950K can buy a studio unit( below level 17))

    Low floors will be released soon ! and price might be < 900K (studio)

    2Bed 3bed are also priced to sell

    Visit Savills V ON SHENTON Web for more information for your investment

    www.FiveOnShenton.com

    Official Commercial Video

  3. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8property
    Void Triangle is not payable ! (confirmed)
    The Price is Attractive ! ( <950K can buy a studio unit( below level 17))
    Low floors will be released soon ! and price might be < 900K (studio)
    2Bed 3bed are also priced to sell
    Visit Savills V ON SHENTON Web for more information for your investment
    www.FiveOnShenton.com
    Official Commercial Video
    thank you for confirming the void triangle not payable.
    you seems to be an agent.

    do you have a site overlay of the development?

    do you have a higher resolution of the following images?
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-6aUMfUp5ft...UpperThumb.jpg
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-CoV3deEXp8...LowerThumb.jpg

    because of low resolution, i find it difficult to choose my desired unit.

  4. #14

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    Meanwhile, United Industrial Corporation has begun selling its 99-year leasehold V on Shenton condo on the former UIC Building site at Shenton Way since Friday to business associates, ex-tenants and minority owners of the site and VIPs.
    As at yesterday evening, 90-plus units are said to have been sold out of about 130 released on 10 levels (anywhere from the 17th to 46th floors of the 54-level project). The average price is around $2,200 psf. UIC has closed the showflat, which is at The Gateway on Beach Road, and is expected to re-open it this weekend.

  5. #15

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    Hi hopeful and those who concern,

    Please PM me your email address.I will send you the high-resolution version of the site layout and floor plans.

    Alternatively, you can fill in the form in the below link

    Contact Form

    we will get back to you soon

    Regards




    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful
    thank you for confirming the void triangle not payable.
    you seems to be an agent.

    do you have a site overlay of the development?

    do you have a higher resolution of the following images?
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-6aUMfUp5ft...UpperThumb.jpg
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-CoV3deEXp8...LowerThumb.jpg

    because of low resolution, i find it difficult to choose my desired unit.

  6. #16

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    wow... since when this forum becomes marketing/advertising forum ?

  7. #17

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    This forum essentially no rules, and the administrators / moderators are AWOL.

    Not surprising it has become an advertising / marketing forum.

  8. #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by rymccondo77
    This forum essentially no rules, and the administrators / moderators are AWOL.

    Not surprising it has become an advertising / marketing forum.
    They banned Ocean80!!! Thanks for your PMs. hahah
    Last edited by ilgr; 24th July 2012 at 04:16 AM.

  9. #19

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    So the admins / moderators are not AWOL after all!

  10. #20

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    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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