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Thread: The Lumiere (D2, 99 year leasehold, BS Capital)

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by URA
    Private Residential Units Sold in the Month of September 2009

    Project Name . Locality . Units Sold To Date . Units Sold In Month . Highest $psf . Median $psf . Lowest $psf
    Lumiere ............ CCR ........ 109 .......................... 1 ................................ 1,600 ............ 1,600 ............ 1,600
    Any of the remaining 59 units sold so far?

  2. #22

    Default owner selling lumiere

    i have a unit @ Lumiere FOR SALE

    SIZE : 506 SQ FEET
    HIGH FLOOR, ABOVE 22ND FLOOR

    ASKING : 1 million

    direct owner

    93808018

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    $2k psf!

    Quote Originally Posted by joannaminer
    i have a unit @ Lumiere FOR SALE

    SIZE : 506 SQ FEET
    HIGH FLOOR, ABOVE 22ND FLOOR

    ASKING : 1 million

    direct owner

    93808018

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    developer had opened their doors for 29th flr!!

    i dun have the exact listed prices for developers...was quoted roughly around 2200psf for 29th flr.

    they have a nice drop off point, comes with concierge services, full facilities including pool, tennis, gym and basketball. The function room abit too small. swimming pool abit small but still a good 20m in length. Lift lobby looks not bad.

    furnishing: flooring dissapointed....looks like homogenous tiles to me, but agt said its compressed marble. kitchen cabinet/appliances looks ok. i dun like the idea of having a wardrobe inside bomb shelter for certain layouts.

    Decent sized balconies to enjoy the seaview(but tainted by cranes/container).similar seaview compared with Icon. BUT, from the balcony, i can easily look into my neighbours' bedroom....and their balconies r very close to each other. Its definitely not quiet but the noise from ECP and aircon compressor of Marina Hse r still bearable for me. It is very windy on the 29th floor as well.

    lower floors r quieter and u will be seeing trees at a distant instead of seaview with cranes.


    i personally prefer stack 3 (1+study) and stack2(2bedder)

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    Is it still under construction? You can go up...?


    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    developer had opened their doors for 29th flr!!


    Decent sized balconies to enjoy the seaview(but tainted by cranes/container).similar seaview compared with Icon. BUT, from the balcony, i can easily look into my neighbours' bedroom....and their balconies r very close to each other. Its definitely not quiet but the noise from ECP and aircon compressor of Marina Hse r still bearable for me. It is very windy on the 29th floor as well.

    lower floors r quieter and u will be seeing trees at a distant instead of seaview with cranes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chanys
    Is it still under construction? You can go up...?
    developer's units r open for viewing during office hrs mon-fri by appt

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    developer had opened their doors for 29th flr!!

    i dun have the exact listed prices for developers...was quoted roughly around 2200psf for 29th flr.

    they have a nice drop off point, comes with concierge services, full facilities including pool, tennis, gym and basketball. The function room abit too small. swimming pool abit small but still a good 20m in length. Lift lobby looks not bad.

    furnishing: flooring dissapointed....looks like homogenous tiles to me, but agt said its compressed marble. kitchen cabinet/appliances looks ok. i dun like the idea of having a wardrobe inside bomb shelter for certain layouts.

    Decent sized balconies to enjoy the seaview(but tainted by cranes/container).similar seaview compared with Icon. BUT, from the balcony, i can easily look into my neighbours' bedroom....and their balconies r very close to each other. Its definitely not quiet but the noise from ECP and aircon compressor of Marina Hse r still bearable for me. It is very windy on the 29th floor as well.

    lower floors r quieter and u will be seeing trees at a distant instead of seaview with cranes.


    i personally prefer stack 3 (1+study) and stack2(2bedder)
    sometimes not the higher the better. indeed can be noiser than lower floor especially along a busy traffic. in some projects lower floor may be a better option....

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    Btw, did the developer ask you to sign something regarding the permission to install lighting at your facade. I heard its a requirement by URA for buildings from Beach Road all the way to shenton along ecp. Starting from Concourse skyline to Lumiere. Including sail, mbr, one shenton etc.

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    This place has TOP already ?

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