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    Default Glenville in Serangoon sold for S$39.5m in collective sale

    [URL="http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1085909/1/.html"]Glenville in Serangoon sold for S$39.5m in collective sale
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    SINGAPORE : Glenville, a 32-unit apartment block in Serangoon, has been sold to Urban Lofts for S$39.51 million in a collective sale.

    Marketing agent Jones Lang LaSalle said the price works out to be about S$740 per square foot per plot ratio including a Development Charge of S$5.3 million, if payable.

    Each of the apartment owners stand to receive gross sale proceeds ranging from S$1.179 to S$1.273 million.

    The sale is subject to approval by the Strata Titles Board.

    The 43,335 sq ft site is zoned for residential use with a gross plot ratio of up to 1.4. It can be built up to 5 storeys, yielding a potential gross floor area of up to 60,670 sq ft.

    Jones Lang LaSalle said the site could potentially yield some 57 apartment units with an average size of 1,000 sq ft each.

    Glenville is located near Serangoon MRT Station and the upcoming NEX mega mall.

    Ms Stella Hoh, national director and head of investments at Jones Lang LaSalle, said: "With the upcoming NEX mega mall, interest in the vicinity has been renewed. This is shown by continued interest with a second site sold in the vicinity within one month by Jones Lang LaSalle."

    The other collective sale site, Naung Court, in Hougang was sold for S$28 million in late September.

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    Haa haa...the road name is Lim Tua Tow Rd.....

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    more MM coming

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    Here comes tua tow mickey lor

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    Mickey already got Tua Tow!
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    So fast ? less than 1 month? so bullish huh hehehehehe

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    Default En bloc site in Upper Serangoon fetches $39.5m

    [url]http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/sub/premiumstory/0,4574,407696,00.html?[/url]

    Published October 9, 2010

    [B][SIZE="5"]En bloc site in Upper Serangoon fetches $39.5m[/SIZE][/B]


    A JOINT venture involving ACT Holdings, Nobel Design Holdings and two other partners has bought a four-storey freehold residential block at Lim Tua Tow Road, off Upper Serangoon Road, through a collective sale for $39.51 million.

    According to Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), which brokered the deal, the price works out to about $740 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr) including development charges. A 32-unit development called Glenville sits on the 43,335 sq ft plot.

    The other two shareholders in the joint venture are Soh Chooi Lai and Aspen Development.

    In May this year, the same joint venture bought an adjoining 29,623 sq ft site occupied by a development called New Gardens. If they amalgamate the two plots, the combined land area of almost 73,000 sq ft could be redeveloped into a new five-storey condo with about 100 units averaging 980 sq ft, analysts say.

    The New Gardens site was sold for $21 million or $560 psf ppr including an estimated development charge of $2.26 million.

    Under Master Plan 2008, both sites are zoned for residential use with a 1.4 plot ratio - the ratio of potential maximum gross floor area to land area.

    JLL marketed Glenville through a tender exercise that closed on Oct 5 and is said to have attracted a handful of bids.

    The sale to the ACT-Nobel joint venture is subject to approval by the Strata Titles Board, as unanimous approval of owners has not been secured.

    The owners of the 32 existing apartments will receive about $1.18 million to $1.27 million per unit.

    Last month, JLL announced the collective sale of Naung Court, which is closer to the Hougang Central area, for $28 million or $662 psf ppr including a development charge of $2.3 million if applicable.

    Including the latest sale of Glenville, 23 collective sales have taken place so far this year for a total $1.14 billion, according to data from Credo Real Estate. Last year, there was just one deal for $100 million.

    In 2008, there were eight collective sales amounting to $346 million, while in the peak year of 2007 there were 87 such transactions totalling $11.6 billion.

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    http://www.todayonline.com/Business/EDC101009-0000069/Glenville-site-sold-for-$39,5m-in-collective-sale

    [B][SIZE="5"]Glenville site sold for $39.5m in collective sale[/SIZE][/B]

    by Chris Howells

    05:55 AM Oct 09, 2010


    SINGAPORE - Glenville, an apartment block off Upper Serangoon Road, has been sold to Urban Lofts in a collective sale for $39.5 million.

    The sale price works out to about $740 per sq ft per plot ratio, including a development charge of $5.3 million, if payable, according to marketing agent Jones Lang LaSalle. This is a benchmark price for a Serangoon site, it added.

    The 43,334 sq ft freehold residential site has a gross plot ratio of up to 1.4 and a height limit of five storeys. Jones Lang LaSalle said this would yield a potential gross floor area of up to about 60,670 sq ft.

    About 60 apartment units with an average size of 1,000 sq ft each can be developed on the site.

    Jones Lang LaSalle's national director and head of investments, Stella Hoh, says that "with the upcoming NEX Mega mall, interest in the vicinity has been renewed".

    The existing building has 32 units. Each owner stands to receive gross sale proceeds of between $1.18 million and $1.27 million. The sale is subject to the approval of the Strata Titles Board.

    Another site, Naung Court, near Hougang MRT Station, was sold for $28 million late last month in a collective sale.

    That worked out to be approximately $662 per sq ft, including a development charge of $2.3 million, if applicable.

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    [URL="http://forums.condosingapore.com/showthread.php?t=9921&highlight=Glenville"]http://forums.condosingapore.com/showthread.php?t=9921&highlight=Glenville[/URL]

    Guess I was wrong.

    Anyway MM is coming ... so many MM... it melts in your hands and not in your mouth?

    selling price $1500 psf?

    Good Luck.

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    There is a lot of empty state land next to Hougang MRT/town centre/ Bus interchange.... might be good for govt to release some for development....

    Quote Originally Posted by mr funny
    http://www.todayonline.com/Business/EDC101009-0000069/Glenville-site-sold-for-$39,5m-in-collective-sale

    [B][SIZE=5]Glenville site sold for $39.5m in collective sale[/SIZE][/B]

    by Chris Howells

    05:55 AM Oct 09, 2010


    SINGAPORE - Glenville, an apartment block off Upper Serangoon Road, has been sold to Urban Lofts in a collective sale for $39.5 million.

    The sale price works out to about $740 per sq ft per plot ratio, including a development charge of $5.3 million, if payable, according to marketing agent Jones Lang LaSalle. This is a benchmark price for a Serangoon site, it added.

    The 43,334 sq ft freehold residential site has a gross plot ratio of up to 1.4 and a height limit of five storeys. Jones Lang LaSalle said this would yield a potential gross floor area of up to about 60,670 sq ft.

    About 60 apartment units with an average size of 1,000 sq ft each can be developed on the site.

    Jones Lang LaSalle's national director and head of investments, Stella Hoh, says that "with the upcoming NEX Mega mall, interest in the vicinity has been renewed".

    The existing building has 32 units. Each owner stands to receive gross sale proceeds of between $1.18 million and $1.27 million. The sale is subject to the approval of the Strata Titles Board.

    Another site, Naung Court, near Hougang MRT Station, was sold for $28 million late last month in a collective sale.

    That worked out to be approximately $662 per sq ft, including a development charge of $2.3 million, if applicable.

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