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    Jurong IR? Can share the news?

    Quote Originally Posted by jacelynchia
    Relax, my 2 cents only!

    The area is larger than marina bay, if I'm not wrong.
    Completion will take sometime......

    Besides news of the jurong IR is already contributing to new psf heights in that area, already did what it did but completion I think at least 2020 and up.
    Quite a ambitious project to begin with and now only starting from scratch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dare2
    .....well seems like you are just giving some airy fairy conjecture without any sound basis.....I am not alarmed....just find your posting lacking in credibility, I would not even put 2 cents on it.
    Maybe just put 0.5 cents into it.

    You seem very confident in that area, the potential is definitely there but maybe you can advise if we can buy jurong properties for investment now and how is profit quantum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lajia
    Jurong IR? Can share the news?
    No expert in this ,read it by posts shared by ringo33.
    http://forums.condosingapore.com/sho...=16130&page=18

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    this one not IR la...

    Quote Originally Posted by jacelynchia
    No expert in this ,read it by posts shared by ringo33.
    http://forums.condosingapore.com/sho...=16130&page=18

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    u dont believe this time sure happen?? definitely can buy the properties there la. now got news cheong, when the exact thing is up, cheong another min 20%...

    im not vested there but look at lakeshore, ave now 1100psf. the new one just won by MCL is about 100m away same facing to the lake, break-even about 1100psf as estimated by those analysts. u think when they launch, how much would it be? i think very close to 1300psf...so got potential or not?? yishun and woodland already 1100psf easily le...then when they start to develop the lake, sure up another 10%, and when exact is up, wa, another min 10%...

    look further into that area, sure got good buy la, there very very limited projects. just for upgraders in that area already very big market as Jurong East and West combined, i think could be the largest populated residential town. but dont mistaken, it wil not be as crowed as sengkang or punggol as the land area is much bigger and buildings are much spread out...

    dont waste your chance. mai tu liao...landed there lagi hot with all the new cz or angmo working in those big corps...

    master plan i think will show details this time, anyway all my opinion...


    Quote Originally Posted by jacelynchia
    Maybe just put 0.5 cents into it.

    You seem very confident in that area, the potential is definitely there but maybe you can advise if we can buy jurong properties for investment now and how is profit quantum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacelynchia
    Maybe just put 0.5 cents into it.

    You seem very confident in that area, the potential is definitely there but maybe you can advise if we can buy jurong properties for investment now and how is profit quantum?

    I am not a consultant so not accepting your 0.5 cents....nor desperate....what do you think where the 3million plus foreigners gonna stay? As it is Jurong is a fav with those from PRC which explains the high rental yield for HDBs esp in relation to value of the HDB. The region is earmarked to be the largest commercial hub outside the CBD, besides the land area allocated for private residence is not that much. Just look at the 12 competitive bids for the land beside lakeside /canadian school....its is ironic that despite all these anyone could feel that there is more upside in more remote location.

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    Notice something new in the White Paper. Government is planning a new park connector linking Pandan Reservoir to the Lake District. Pretty sure those industrial land along Sungei Jurong will have to make way for residential and perhaps mix commercial development. The resident land will be Lake facing and reservoir facing and near the future Teban MRT station along the CRL.

    Hopefully they will also build a new bridge to replace Jalan Ahmed Ibrahim Bridge so that the park connector will have direct link with JLD, and turn sungei jurong into a catchment area, like the way they did with Marina.

    Government will huat big time with this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo33
    Notice something new in the White Paper. Government is planning a new park connector linking Pandan Reservoir to the Lake District. Pretty sure those industrial land along Sungei Jurong will have to make way for residential and perhaps mix commercial development. The resident land will Lake facing and reservoir facing and near the future Teban MRT station along the CRL.

    Hopefully they will also build a new bridge to replace Jalan Ahmed Ibrahim Bridge so that the park connector will have direct line with JLD, and turn sungei jurong into a catchment area, like the way they did with Marina.

    Government will huat big time with this.

    There is construction now along that spot and I have long suspect it is a park connector as the overhead bridge seem too small for cars..

    Go check it out yourself... it is aling the pandan river intercepting AYE..
    Daft, Dafter, Dafterest!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by westman
    There is construction now along that spot and I have long suspect it is a park connector as the overhead bridge seem too small for cars..

    Go check it out yourself... it is aling the pandan river intercepting AYE..
    thats is sungei pandan. what I am referring to is Sungei Jurong. Further to the west, between old tang dynasty and jurong country club

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    The jurong lake district is overly rated imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    The jurong lake district is overly rated imo.
    the rating has to take reference with time, that's all. like you are paying 10x PE for a stock that will end up achieving the earnings in 30 years

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    actually if given time, everywhere in Singapore will be developed. when that happens, everywhere becomes desirable to live.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shanhz
    the rating has to take reference with time, that's all. like you are paying 10x PE for a stock that will end up achieving the earnings in 30 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    The jurong lake district is overly rated imo.
    ....a meaningless statement without anything to substantiate your opinion......

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    Study the picture of the JLD, tell us what is so new in it that Singapore already doesnt have

    http://www.google.com.sg/imgres?imgu...EwATgK&dur=343


    Quote Originally Posted by dare2
    ....a meaningless statement without anything to substantiate your opinion......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    Study the picture of the JLD, tell us what is so new in it that Singapore already doesnt have
    the reason why JLD look so familiar to you is because JLD has got all the bits and pcs of Singapore city. Its like a little city within a city.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    actually if given time, everywhere in Singapore will be developed. when that happens, everywhere becomes desirable to live.
    name me a sub urban town that can come close to JLD and I will agree with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    actually if given time, everywhere in Singapore will be developed. when that happens, everywhere becomes desirable to live.
    Err... although I'm not vested here, I can't agree with this statement. Places in the east are already over build and over saturated. There's no way you can make way for newer developments (unless you're talking about beyond 2030 after the land reclamation but that's freaking long). Whereas development are going fast and furious in the west and that creates opportunities. That's why you can see in mature estates, there are only minor upgrades here and there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmet
    Err... although I'm not vested here, I can't agree with this statement. Places in the east are already over build and over saturated. There's no way you can make way for newer developments (unless you're talking about beyond 2030 after the land reclamation but that's freaking long). Whereas development are going fast and furious in the west and that creates opportunities. That's why you can see in mature estates, there are only minor upgrades here and there.
    Once PSA move their Keppel and brani operation to Tuas in about 10 years time, you will definitely see more companies and people moving towards th west.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    Study the picture of the JLD, tell us what is so new in it that Singapore already doesnt have

    http://www.google.com.sg/imgres?imgu...EwATgK&dur=343
    That is your way of looking at it? But even if the planned amenities, businesses, infrastructure and residential or leisure development are nothing unique, the expansion of these activities do add to GDP, create employment, bring in investment ect.....hence increase the attractiveness of the area.

    Iskandar Region similarly is nothing new........

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    initial stage there is always hype n buzz, residents will find most of the things in jld white elephants when the area completed 15 years from now. for many people, it is just a feel factor rather than serving any practical purpose. And for those living near lakeside mrt to walk to the jld is a 2 km hike.
    Quote Originally Posted by dare2
    That is your way of looking at it? But even if the planned amenities, businesses, infrastructure and residential or leisure development are nothing unique, the expansion of these activities do add to GDP, create employment, bring in investment ect.....hence increase the attractiveness of the area.

    Iskandar Region similarly is nothing new........

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