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    ryan Guest

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    Visited the showroom over the weekend. It was marvellous, huge plot of land. The only peeve I have with this place is the number of units (486), but given that most people who bought this condo are foreigners, I don't forsee that as a problem. You won't get locals running around making noise and hanging their laundry in the balconies.

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    Unregistered Guest

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    Now, prices for park infinia has gone up by $100-$200psf

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    interested Guest

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    What's up with this though... if it is selling well how come it is still advertising every weekend?

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    newton_man Guest

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    Show flats have closed since 2006, waiting to relaunch at $1,400 psf!!! Those who got choice units at $8xx psf stand to make a profit of almost a million $.

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    teeceelee Guest

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    really ah? wow! my auditor told me last week that newton prices will peak at 1700-1800psf during the first year after the opening of the IRs, i told him i don't think so but he say just wait and see lah!

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    What has Newton got to do with the IRs? If anything, Newton prices should be following the Orchard Rd boom prices as Newton is just outside Orchard.

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    teeceelee Guest

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    Yes you are right. Also I guessed what he speculated on was the effect the 'post-openings' of the IRs have on the property market; and in this case, on Newton psf prices.

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    hehe Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by teeceelee
    Yes you are right. Also I guessed what he speculated on was the effect the 'post-openings' of the IRs have on the property market; and in this case, on Newton psf prices.
    I think the IRs will have a positive effect on all properties in the central area... i think even places like City Square and One Leicester will benefit.

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