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  1. #21
    facing the green
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    I believe only a fraction of the entire development faces the drain. If you HAVE to face the drain, then get a mid to high floor!



    Quote Originally Posted by Odnoc
    Wow, I'm impressed by the land size! Not many of that around! But may I ask, how do you guys feel about facing a monsoon drain?

    I recall 2 years ago when I went to check out The Linear somewhere up NorthWest partly because the advert said river facing, it turned out to be a big huge concrete drain much like this Park Infinia one. Hence it is marketed as a plus point but I don't know, I'm not so convinced because a drain is just not a river! Unless it's something like the one near Commonwealth (I recall near Freesia Woods condo) which is a drain but had lots of grassland on the bank it looks quite like a river.

    What do you guys think? Do buyers really go for the 'river-facing' drill? Any issue on smell and mosquitoes? Thanks.


  2. #22
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    Boy, it's really screwed Lincoln Modern


  3. #23
    Lusting after Lincoln
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    Let's just say that Lincoln Modern was in a position to be screwed even in the beginning. It was the bitch of the bunch. Every time a new condo comes up next to it or in front/behind it, its price drops another $100 psf.

    I am just waiting for the Iridium building to go up and then i can acquire the remaining units at Lincoln Modern cheaply (maybe $700 psf? Hope hope) to rent out. By that time you won't even see sunlight hitting Lincoln Modern. Truth be told, it is still a very very very high quality development. So I will buy it for investment, just because of its quality.

    Anyway no great loss to SC Global. They would have broken even on their investment by selling only 40% of their units. or even less.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lusting after Lincoln
    Let's just say that Lincoln Modern was in a position to be screwed even in the beginning. It was the bitch of the bunch. Every time a new condo comes up next to it or in front/behind it, its price drops another $100 psf.

    I am just waiting for the Iridium building to go up and then i can acquire the remaining units at Lincoln Modern cheaply (maybe $700 psf? Hope hope) to rent out. By that time you won't even see sunlight hitting Lincoln Modern. Truth be told, it is still a very very very high quality development. So I will buy it for investment, just because of its quality.

    Anyway no great loss to SC Global. They would have broken even on their investment by selling only 40% of their units. or even less.
    Agreed, lincoln modern will go cheaply due to left right centre blockage.


  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Agreed, lincoln modern will go cheaply due to left right centre blockage.
    In that case, I will seriously consider it cos i am buying to stay. I went to view the showloft. Very very nice to live in.


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