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    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear View Post
    Nowadays, the newer condos are just 2.8m in height, but floor-to-real ceiling! If include false ceiling become 2.6m!
    Some of the new CCR condos still have height around 3m

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    What about OCR condos?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan0503 View Post
    Some of the new CCR condos still have height around 3m

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear View Post
    What about OCR condos?
    Generally around 2.8m I think. Haven't come across those close to 3m

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan0503 View Post
    Generally around 2.8m I think. Haven't come across those close to 3m
    Haha have.
    Corals at Keppel Bay, Goodwood Residence, etc....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunboy77 View Post
    Haha have.
    Corals at Keppel Bay, Goodwood Residence, etc....
    But Corals & Goodwood not OCR....

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    starts selling today? this thread has been quite quiet for the past few days.

    anyone gonna update sales later?

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    As I said, OCR condos $PSF is cheaper now is because of cost costing, like floor-to-ceiling heights reducing (in the past usually 3m, now about 2.8m), materials (marble floors become cheapest tiles, parquets become laminates), appliances and fitting etc! (Not sure even flooring, walls, concrete materials, piping, sewage etc also cut cost or not??? )

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan0503 View Post
    Generally around 2.8m I think. Haven't come across those close to 3m

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    How the sales anyone can update

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    Yup please update the sales figure..thanks

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    Is the sales good? Very keen to know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allthepies View Post
    Yup please update the sales figure..thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear View Post
    As I said, OCR condos $PSF is cheaper now is because of cost costing, like floor-to-ceiling heights reducing (in the past usually 3m, now about 2.8m), materials (marble floors become cheapest tiles, parquets become laminates), appliances and fitting etc! (Not sure even flooring, walls, concrete materials, piping, sewage etc also cut cost or not??? )
    Yes, will only be waiting to buy subsales for JG condo at 2000+ psf.
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    How about today sales figure? When should I start to buy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermofisher View Post
    How about today sales figure? When should I start to buy?
    6hrs, 240 units sold

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    How much psf? Big and small units please....

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtrax View Post
    6hrs, 240 units sold
    240 so low ? thot I saw many pple snapping up the units ?

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    Any price list?

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    To put things into perspective


    Land Size (sqf) # of units sqf/unit
    Commonwealth Towers 130,100 845 154
    Queens 235,778 722 327
    Echelon 107,000 508 211
    Alex Residence 90,500 429 211
    Reflection 904,000 1129 801
    Rivergate 332,000 545 609
    The Trillium 159,000 231 688
    [email protected] 222,000 273 813

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    [SINGAPORE] Commonwealth Towers, Hong Leong Holdings' high-rise condominium project, took off on its first day of sales yesterday. As at 8pm yesterday, out of the 300 units initially launched, 175 units had been snapped up, with more than 100 buyers in the process of having options issued.
    In view of the demand, developers extended yesterday's sales hours and added another 100 units to the launch, said Betsy Chng, head of sales and marketing at Hong Leong Holdings. The units are priced between $1,635 per square foot (psf) for a one-bedroom apartment to $1,690 psf for a four-bedroom unit. The strong sales followed the keen initial interest the project drew on its first-day preview on April 13. More than 1,500 people visited the showflat, prompting Hong Leong to extend the preview time by two hours.
    The sales of Commonwealth Towers may help boost market sales figures for this quarter as the first quarter of the year saw a slide in the number of launches and sales.
    According to the Urban Redevelopment Authority, developers launched 1,964 uncompleted private residential units for sale and sold 1,744 in the first three months this year, fewer than the 2,631 units launched and 2,568 sold in the previous quarter.
    Jointly developed by members of the Hong Leong Group - Hong Leong Holdings, City Developments Limited and Hong Realty - Commonwealth Towers sits on 130,101 square feet of land and is linked to Queenstown MRT Station by an overhead pedestrian linkway.
    The lure of Commonwealth Towers, located on Commonwealth Avenue, is city-edge living as it is a short drive away from the Ayer Rajah Expressway and Pan Island Expressway, and is within easy access of amenities such as shopping malls like Anchorpoint, Ikea and the upcoming Alexandra Central.
    "Commonwealth Towers is located in a well-established residential estate. It is close to the upscale Tanglin precinct and a short drive to Singapore's premier shopping district, Orchard Road. It is ideal for buyers who are discerning of location," said Ms Chng.
    The 99-year-leasehold condominium development comprises 845 units in two blocks of 43-storey buildings. With full condominium facilities, this latest Hong Leong development has one to four-bedroom apartments with unit sizes ranging from 441 sq ft for a one-bedroom unit, priced at $721,000, to a 1,302-sq-ft four-bedroom apartment, costing $2.2 million.
    Commonwealth Towers features four sky terraces centred on lifestyle themes - wellness, relaxation and dining - and a clubhouse with a 50-metre lap pool, a lifestyle free-form pool, a hydrotherapy pool with an aqua gym, as well as an outdoor fitness area. The Temporary Occupation Permit for the development is expected in December 2017.
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    Is this as cheap as what many people are speculating?
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