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Thread: One Shenton (D1, 99 year leasehold, CDL)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC33_2008
    Do they have enough carpark lots for every household?
    CBD area less ppl drive. Typically more than sufficient lots.

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    Quite a few 2 bedders exchange hands in Aug for $1800+psf.

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    this guy should have his brain examined ...

    One Shenton for rent 6.7k pm



    Ride at your own risk !!!

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    wow, this unit is asking for more than 5m ... One Shenton Boleh



    drink kopi at balcony

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    Anyone who raises a toddler in One Shenton ought to be shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    Anyone who raises a toddler in One Shenton ought to be shot.
    By 5 years old, the kid can name every block on the street, the plot ratio and land usage permissible by URa. Haha.

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    very high, wonder get west sun or not

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    The port will disappear 20 years later.
    Quote Originally Posted by phantom_opera
    very high, wonder get west sun or not


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    seems like 1br has more luck to make $$ ... those lost money mainly are big units

    2012-02-28 #19-XX 570 2,139 2010-01-08 1,700 250,230 781 11.3
    2012-01-20 #10-XX 538 2,135 2007-02-12 1,791 185,072 1,803 3.6
    2011-10-07 #39-XX 538 2,549 2007-05-02 2,007 291,596 1,619 5.5

    2012-05-10 #36-XX 1,119 1,758 2007-08-03 1,967 -233,871 1,742 -2.3
    2012-03-02 #23-XX 1,582 1,975 2007-01-24 2,159 -291,088 1,864 -1.7
    2011-03-30 #40-XX 1,098 1,946 2007-05-25 2,242 -325,008 1,405 -3.6

    low floor 2100psf, high floor 2500psf

    that is about 2X psf of ECO
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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    Anyone who raises a toddler in One Shenton ought to be shot.
    how come?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincegoh
    how come?
    very stressful and unconducive environment

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    very stressful and unconducive environment
    cos Wall Street never sleeps.

    on a separate note, parents working in CBD may prefer it.. so easier to go spy on their kids during lunch time and do surprise spot checks to see if kids got hanky panky not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincegoh
    cos Wall Street never sleeps.

    on a separate note, parents working in CBD may prefer it.. so easier to go spy on their kids during lunch time and do surprise spot checks to see if kids got hanky panky not.
    toddlers playing on floor mat.... can hanky panky wat sia

    more grown up is different story liao.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    toddlers playing on floor mat.... can hanky panky wat sia

    more grown up is different story liao.
    maybe spot check on domestic helpers see if they got hanky panky not.

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    Does anyone know the main reasons why Clift appears to be doing better than One Shenton.

    With a number of new Shenton condos (76 Shenton, EOn, V shenton etc) sprouting up relentlessly, which side of the Shenton way is really better, if at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ekl2ekl2
    Does anyone know the main reasons why Clift appears to be doing better than One Shenton.

    With a number of new Shenton condos (76 Shenton, EOn, V shenton etc) sprouting up relentlessly, which side of the Shenton way is really better, if at all?
    One Shenton is the most cmi of all condos even cbd, even the rental psf/mth is so close the One-North Residence based on URA stats lol. Clift in terms of psf/mth is alot higher due to the smaller sizes. Next followed by Icon then Sail/Marina Bay.

    My bet is that within the next few yrs, once the 100 am mall [ready this yr], the mix development above TP MRT and the new mall in the DB building [completed in 2014], the rental in TP area will be much higher than in Marina area

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    how about Altez... tacky name but I love thee look

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    Some info on the rental for last 3 qrs for top 25 condos

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle
    how about Altez... tacky name but I love thee look
    Sure win.. since it is a far east project lol

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    http://business.asiaone.com/A1Busine...12-382913.html

    Living the high life in the city

    The current form of city living features luxury skyscraper condominiums with small units targeted mainly at young professionals and expatriates. -ST
    Yamine Yahya

    Mon, Nov 12, 2012
    The Straits Times

    LIVE: Banker Neil Mann enjoys the view from his 35th floor apartment at the One Shenton luxury condo in Shenton Way.
    NOTHING is quite like a mere five-minute commute between home and work.

    In fact, the idea of eliminating the frustrating exercise of travelling into the Central Business District (CBD) every morning was so attractive to banker Neil Mann that he decided it would be worth downsizing to live within the city itself.

    Since May last year, Mr Mann, 31, has been living at One Shenton, the luxury high-rise condominium in Shenton Way.

    He pays the same monthly rent, $4,800 for his 950 sq ft bachelor pad, as he did for his previous 1,200 sq ft apartment in Dover.

    Mr Mann has few complaints.

    "I enjoy living here. Of course there's a premium to pay for such a central and exclusive location and you get less space for your dollar, but you get a huge amount of convenience in return," he said. "I live on the 35th floor and there is an L-shaped balcony. I enjoy the view every morning." He splits his working time between One Raffles Quay, just a five-minute walk away, and Suntec City.

    His company provides a shuttle bus service between the two buildings so his commute is hassle-free, he added.

    A big bonus is his close proximity to his favourite restaurants and pubs at Boat Quay, Duxton Hill, Club Street and Chinatown.

    The concept of "city living" is not new to Singapore, as there used to be a lot of residential shophouses and bungalows in the area before most were torn down to make way for the CBD, noted International Property Advisor chief executive Ku Swee Yong.

    But this current form of city living - luxury skyscraper condominiums with small units targeted mainly at young professionals and expatriates - was introduced to Singapore only about a decade ago with the launch of Icon in Tanjong Pagar in 2003.

    The project sold well for an untested market, said Chesterton International's head of research and consultancy, Mr Colin Tan.

    There are now between 3,000 and 3,500 residential apartments in the CBD. Another 3,400 will likely be added to this pool by 2018, property consultancy CBRE said in an August report.

    The re-introduction of homes into the CBD was meant to liven up the area and give retailers the opportunity to do business even on weekends, said Mr Tan. "It's still not quite there. In the city itself, it's still quite dark at night as there is no al fresco dining in a big way," he noted.

    The refurbishment of the DBS building into a mixed development with retail and dining outlets will help inject more life into the area, although this is still some years away, he added.

    There are some niggling complaints. "There's a supermarket at the Marina Bay Financial Centre and one at China Square but they're quite small," Mr Mann said. The apartment also gets a lot of dust drifting in from the ongoing construction of a second tower at Asia Square next door and the noise can be a bother at times.

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