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  1. #11
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    I think there will be a 35%-40% difference between Metropolitan and Soleil.
    Thats quite a lot.
    MRT is electric operated so I dont think it will be noisy.

  2. #12
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    MRT is very noisy, every 5 minute or so, one long six-cabin electric train with the gloon-gloon sound (every floor can hear and it radiates diagonally towards 10th or 11th floor - usually the loudest). Metro also near to the station, so trains stopping and leaving will add to further noise and pollution. Not a good idea to face an open MRT. Don't believe, go and see those hdb near to mrt and you will understand. Soleil got undergrnd mrt so it is much better in this aspect.

  3. #13
    urpas Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metro
    Hi urpas,

    If you eventually buy Metropolitan, please let us know if you bought a low, mid or high floor unit and the stack (i.e. which unit) and the psf price.

    I am a Metro owner and is very keen to know the current subsales situation for Metro.

    Thanks in advance.
    hi metro, i didnt buy the metropolitan condo. wanted to book one before, but my friend -- and my agent as well -- didnt recommend saying that price was elevated already ...but it is now higher. i dont blame anyone, property price is always not easy to predict.

  4. #14
    metro Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by urpas
    hi metro, i didnt buy the metropolitan condo. wanted to book one before, but my friend -- and my agent as well -- didnt recommend saying that price was elevated already ...but it is now higher. i dont blame anyone, property price is always not easy to predict.
    Hi urpas,

    Have you considered Tanglin View condo, which on the other side of the road from Metropolitan? Tanglin View is further away from the MRT station, noise should be less.

  5. #15
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    Developer : Riverside Investments Pte Ltd
    Location : LOT 931T TS 29 at Sinaran Drive, beside Novena MRT
    Tenure : Leasehold 00 years W.E.F 23 October 2006
    Expected TOP : 30 September 2012
    Expected Legal Completion : 30 September 2015
    CSC : 30 September 2013
    No. of Blocks / Storeys : 2 Blocks / 36 Storeys
    Total No. of Units : 427
    Site Area : Approx 134,160 sq ft / Plot ratio 3.5
    Unit Types :
    Type No. of Units Unit size range
    1-Bedroom 94 509 - 579 sq ft
    2-Bedroom 109 926 - 958 sq ft
    2-Bedroom + study 60 1110 sq ft
    2-Bedroom loft 32 1370 sq ft (include void)
    3-Bedroom 64 1467 sq ft
    4-Bedroom 64 1727 sq ft
    5-bedroom penthouse 4 4972 - 5262 sq ft
    TOTAL 427

  6. #16
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    Anybody know what is the selling price for this project???

  7. #17
    My Opinion Guest

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    Indicative pricing to be $1700 psf for this 99 year leasehold project.

    For that, you get a great location (although it is not Orchard, but still a great location nonetheless), MRT, shopping malls, 3 supermarkets, schools, marvellous views, access to high-end medical suites next door. Premium developer like Frasers Centrepoint will always give you high quality construction and finishes.

    Make no mistake: this isn't a chic location like Orchard or Mohd Sultan, but as far as amenities and functionalities go, this location is hard to beat.

    You get high rental yield paid for by those middle-management expats coming into Singapore by the thousands every year.

    And there is medical tourism: I can see the just think of all those rich arabs, indians, and indonesians who come here for healthcare. They may very well buy a unit here to stay for their annual visit to their specialist doctor.

    I definitely see an upside to this project, and the intrinsic value of this location will be evident even during a recession.

  8. #18
    My Opinion Guest

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    Almost forgot.

    Novena is also a great location for early childhood education. Besides serving as a base for several international Embassies and Consulates, United Square is a "kid's mall", with lots of private tuition and specialist tuition facilities, some of them very high-end charging premium fees.

    All around Novena there is Pat's Schoolhouse, Eton House, Kumon, and a host of other education facilities for young children. It is no wonder expat families love this area.

    Location, location, location? Intrinsic value contributes greatly to what makes a location prime. Intrinsic value has nothing to do with fashion or whether it is the "in" place to stay. Intrinsic value is fundamentals - facilities and stuff.

    Disclaimer: hip, happening, and swinging singles should look past this area and head for River Valley and MacKenzie Road. For this area, only couples with young kids need apply.

  9. #19
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    I think the modern Chinese are not as pantang to not live next to hospital.

    Plus it is not a full govt hospital, it has johns hopkins (dunno whether still there?), novena medical suites, singapore's top neurology department, etc. So it is more "high class" lah, ha ha...

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