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Thread: Chinese Developers bidded $1b or 1051psf ppr for the Stirling road site

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    Astute move by China to give up Forrest City and invest in Sg direct.

    Current SG prices are inbelievably cheap for them...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomutomi View Post
    Wow, china will prop up sg market soon, gov better ready to prepare more CM lol
    The three laws of Kelonguni:

    Where there is kelong, there is guni.
    No kelong no guni.
    More kelong = more guni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter View Post
    Chinese Developers bidded $1b or 1051psf ppr for the Stirling road site beating MCL Land at $970psf ppr by $77m.

    https://www.ura.gov.sg/uol/-/media/U...y/pr17-34a.pdf
    Is this the first time developer bid at $1000+ psf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anythingwhatever View Post
    Is this the first time developer bid at $1000+ psf?
    I think so for this location.

    They are more concerned with securing than absolute prices, as prices are just too cheap in comparison to the countries they have presence.

    Commonwealth Towers was bid at 883 PSFPPR IIRC.
    The three laws of Kelonguni:

    Where there is kelong, there is guni.
    No kelong no guni.
    More kelong = more guni.

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    http://www.propertyguru.com.sg/prope...t_PropertyNews



    UPDATED: The tender for a 2.11ha residential site at Stirling Road in Queenstown that could yield 1,110 units attracted substantial interest from developers, with a total of 13 bids submitted at the close of the tender exercise on Thursday (18 May), said the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

    Hong Kong-listed Logan Property and Nanshan Group from China jointly submitted the highest bid of just over $1 billion for the large site. The second-highest bid of $925.7 million came from MCL Land, followed by a $901 million offer from OUE.

    Dr Lee Nai Jia, Head (SEA) Research at Edmund Tie & Co., said the winning bid works out to about $1,050 psf per plot ratio, which means the breakeven price will likely be around $1,600 psf to $1,700 psf.

    He revealed that the average price for other developments in the Queenstown and Redhill area, which includes Queens Peak ($1,696 psf) and Principal Garden ($1,662 psf), are priced within the same range.

    One of the main attributes of the Stirling Road site is its central location and proximity to the Queenstown MRT station, noted Lee. “It is also close to the Buona Vista area, which consists of high growth industries such as pharmaceuticals and R&D. The rental catchment is substantial, as it appeals to people working in the CBD or Jurong East.”

    Offered on a 99-year lease, the land parcel was originally on the reserve list of the Government Land Sales Programme. It was triggered for sale last month after an unnamed developer committed to a minimum bid of $685,250,000.

    “The recent land bids and successful launches have further reinforced developers’ sentiments, and we expect stronger bids in upcoming launches. It will not be surprising to see another record bid for the tender of the mixed-use site located near the Bidadari housing estate,” added Lee.

    The URA said a decision on the award of the tender will be made after the bids have been evaluated.

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    Suppose china gov should have given approval for such transaction?

    For china wasting or losing billions is nothing, but for other countries the impact might be quite significant.

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