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    Default 38 i Suites - Ipoh Lane, By Sustained Land Pte Ltd

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    PROJECT DETAILS

    PROJECT NAME
    : 38 I SUITES

    DISTRICT: 15

    ADDRESS: 38 Ipoh Lane

    TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT: Private Residential Apartment / Condominium

    DEVELOPER: Sustained Land Pte Ltd

    TENURE: Freehold

    LAND AREA: sqm / sqft

    PLOT RATIO:

    DATE OF T.O.P.: 31 December 2015

    DATE OF LEGAL COMPLETION: 31 December 2018

    TOTAL BLOCKS / TOWERS: 1

    TOTAL LEVELS: 17

    TOTAL UNITS: 120 (Residential)

    TOTAL CAR PARK LOTS: 120

    38 I SUITES FLOOR PLANS AVAILABLE
    38 I SUITES SITE PLAN AVAILABLE

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    UNIT TYPES

    1 Bedroom + Study (45 units): 452sqft, 463sqft, 495sqft, 506sqft

    2 Bedrooms (36 units): 484sqft, 506sqft, 667sqft

    2 Bedrooms + Study (27 units): 667sqft, 689sqft

    Penthouse 1 Bedroom + Study (5 units): 990sqft, 1001sqft, 1044sqft, 1076sqft

    Penthouse 2 Bedrooms (6 units): 1076sqft, 1087sqft, 1216sqft, 1238sqft, 1356sqft

    Penthouse 2 Bedrooms + Study (1 unit): 1356sqft

    38 I SUITES FLOOR PLANS AVAILABLE
    38 I SUITES SITE PLAN AVAILABLE

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    FACILITIES

    Swimming Pool
    Wading Pool
    Children's Playground
    Jacuzzi
    Pool & Sun Deck
    Sky Terrace
    Outdoor Fitness Corner
    Gymnasium
    Barbeque Deck
    Mini Golf Putting Green
    Lawn

    38 I SUITES FLOOR PLANS AVAILABLE
    38 I SUITES SITE PLAN AVAILABLE

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    2 Bedrooms (36 units): 484sqft, 506sqft, 667sqft



    faint!

    ura pls do smthing....

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilplate
    2 Bedrooms (36 units): 484sqft, 506sqft, 667sqft



    faint!

    ura pls do smthing....
    URA is seeking public feedback.....can write in

    The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) will be enhancing the Housing Developers Rules (HDR) and the Housing Developers (Control & Licensing) Act (HDCLA) to give more home buyers better access to timely information about the market and units which they are planning to purchase, said Minister for National Development Mah Bow Tan.

    This means that if the new rules pass, developers must release home prices at least two days before launching the projects.

    In connection with this, the URA is seeking public feedback on key proposed changes, which also include stricter requirements for project plans and showflats. The URA is putting the proposals up for public consultation and changes could kick in by the third quarter, affecting developers of private residential projects, executive condominiums (ECs) and design, build and sell scheme (DBSS) sites.

    The key proposed changes which the URA is seeking public feedback on include the setting up of accurate showflats that depict the actual units, making available the price list, providing more mandatory information on housing projects, providing developers’ track record, publishing transacted prices, obtaining buyers’ consent for changes to the project and extending advertising controls on websites.

    Meanwhile, the URA has stated that a project is considered once the developers grant options-to-purchase (OTPs), regardless of whether sales occur during an official launch or a VIP preview.

    A URA spokesman said that developers may adjust prices after units have been launched for sale. However, some industry watchers feel that this rule could have a negative impact on developers, as they already have flexibility in pricing units.

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    double post

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    by the time implemented its already H2. so all the MM will try their best to sell all their units between now and then.

    Quote Originally Posted by ay123
    URA is seeking public feedback.....can write in

    The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) will be enhancing the Housing Developers Rules (HDR) and the Housing Developers (Control & Licensing) Act (HDCLA) to give more home buyers better access to timely information about the market and units which they are planning to purchase, said Minister for National Development Mah Bow Tan.

    This means that if the new rules pass, developers must release home prices at least two days before launching the projects.

    In connection with this, the URA is seeking public feedback on key proposed changes, which also include stricter requirements for project plans and showflats. The URA is putting the proposals up for public consultation and changes could kick in by the third quarter, affecting developers of private residential projects, executive condominiums (ECs) and design, build and sell scheme (DBSS) sites.

    The key proposed changes which the URA is seeking public feedback on include the setting up of accurate showflats that depict the actual units, making available the price list, providing more mandatory information on housing projects, providing developers’ track record, publishing transacted prices, obtaining buyers’ consent for changes to the project and extending advertising controls on websites.

    Meanwhile, the URA has stated that a project is considered once the developers grant options-to-purchase (OTPs), regardless of whether sales occur during an official launch or a VIP preview.

    A URA spokesman said that developers may adjust prices after units have been launched for sale. However, some industry watchers feel that this rule could have a negative impact on developers, as they already have flexibility in pricing units.

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    This land faces Versilla.

    I'm surprised that it could build so many units. Is it livable?

    I think URA should come and read what forumers have to say.

    http://www.propertylaunch.sg/Singapo...38-iSuites.php

    Something is wrong in the link above. Did anyone notice the error?

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    Distance to novena MRT?????!!!
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    Tsk tsk
    Last edited by ecimbew; 17th March 2011 at 08:21 PM.
    Yee ha! Did I tickle your funny bone?


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    Default From ST today

    Buyers have bought about 33 of the 120 apartments in the 38 iSuites project in Ipoh Lane, off Tanjong Katong Road.
    The smallest 452 sq ft one-bedroom plus study unit is going for about $641,900. The project's developer Sustained Land said sales of the project started last Thursday, with prices for units sold averaging about $1,397 psf.

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    Hi,

    It seems like the location is quite good but the price per psf is still high. Anyone is aware about this project sales? Fully sold already?

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    many units are still available. seems like one of the worse performing MM in terms of initial preview sales numbers.

    Quote Originally Posted by fionateo
    Hi,

    It seems like the location is quite good but the price per psf is still high. Anyone is aware about this project sales? Fully sold already?

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