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    Default One Normanton Park Condo by Kingsford

    One Normanton Park is an upcoming condominium at the former Normanton Park, by Kingsford Huray Development. It is located in Singapore District 5, off Ayer Rajah Expressway and within minutes to the Kent Ridge MRT Station. It is also within close proximity to the One-North Business Park with Fusionopolis, Biopolis, Mediapolis, etc…
    National University of Singapore as well as the National University Hospital are also nearby. There will be over 1800 units of 1 to 5 bedroom unit types in this mega development.
    Register your interest now to view the showflat, get latest information like launch date, e-brochure, floor plan and invitation to the VVIP Priority Preview.
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    Default Normanton Park by Kingsford

    Normanton Park is well nestled next to Kent Ridge Park, on the former site of the Normanton park. This exciting residential development is a collaboration between MCC and Kingsford.

    Normanton Park Condo is expected to be a mixed of 1-bedroom to 5-bedroom unit types, from condominium offerings to strata landed. It will be an amazing plot to watch for due to its land size and nestled on a little hill. It also has connectivity to the Kent Ridge Park and the Science Park.

    Normanton park Prices are expected to be $1,800 psf average where development is expected to price it attractive for many buyers to get into a development with so much upside potential alike the Greater Southern Waterfront City.

    Normanton Park Showflat location is onsite which is a slip road off of Exit 7A of the Ayer Rajar Expressway.

    Call 61002277 for Showflat location or register your interest with us at Normanton park by Kingsford.

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    Default Mega Project by Kingsford Huray

    Normanton Park
    • the old Normanton Park was enbloc and bought by Kingsford Huray Development
    • the upcoming and new Normanton Park with be a mega development with 1862 residential units
    • 99 years leasehold real estate in district 5
    • Normanton Park location is indeed an unique class of its own, iconic, towering over city skyline view and lush greenery landscape
    • well served by extensive facilities within the development to cater to the varied needs of the residents for recreation and quality living with leisure and relaxation.
    • Kingsford offers homes that withstand the test of time and creating inspiration from the lush greenery of its gardens in its exterior lamdscaping
    • outside, to create a life that’s well-lived inside. There is something about a garden that reminds us about the gift of life.
    • this residential development has generously provided all residents with 55 exclusive facilities specially well designed for physical recreation and total relaxation,
    • well within the close proximity of this Normanton Park are lifestyle, shopping and F&B establishments with well interconnectivity of a transport network that makes commuting very seamless, comfortable and efficient.

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    Normanton Park in Kent Ridge to open for preview

    No-sale ban issued to developer has been dropped; URA imposes several conditions tied to sale of project's units

    Fri, Jan 01, 2021

    FIONA LAM


    ALMOST two years after its developer was slapped with a no-sale licence, the Normanton Park private residential project can now proceed to market.

    However, there are several conditions tied to the sale of its units, to protect the interests of homebuyers, the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) told The Business Times (BT).

    The development, situated in District 5 and next to Kent Ridge Park, will open for public preview on Jan 2, 2021, said Kingsford Huray Development in a statement on Thursday.

    Normanton Park will likely be the largest project launch in 2021, going by its total of 1,862 residential units, which are equipped with smart-home features, the Chinese property developer added.

    It is expected to obtain its temporary occupation permit (TOP) in 2023.

    Kingsford was issued a no-sale licence in January 2019 for the project, which prohibited it from selling units before obtaining the TOP although it could still begin construction.

    That came after the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) found that some building works such as windows and barriers at the company's other project - Kingsford Waterbay along Upper Serangoon View - had deviated from regulatory requirements. Angry residents there reportedly took the Chinese firm to task over poor construction work.

    Feedback received from buyers of another condominium, Kingsford Hillview Peak near the Hillview MRT station, was also taken into consideration at the time, BT reported.

    Kingsford Waterbay was ordered to stop building works in December 2017, and that was lifted after rectification works were done. Separately, the developer was fined S$130,000 in July 2017 for repeated safety lapses at the Hillview Peak work site.

    The no-sale ban was lifted on Nov 30 for Normanton Park, according to the Urban Redevelopment Authority's (URA) website. A sales licence was issued instead.

    A URA spokesperson told BT on Thursday that in issuing the sales licence for the project, the Controller of Housing had taken into consideration the fact that Kingsford had completed the Waterbay project "satisfactorily" with the certificate of statutory completion (CSC) and titles issued.

    The Hillview Peak condominium also received its CSC and titles, and the developer "has also taken steps to resolve the issues previously raised by the homebuyers", URA added.

    For Normanton Park, one of the sale-licence conditions imposed is that all its units must pass the BCA's Quality Mark assessment before Kingsford can apply for a TOP.

    Kingsford noted on Thursday that Normanton Park will seek to obtain the 100 per cent Quality Mark certification, which measures the quality of workmanship in every dwelling unit of a newly completed private residential project. URA told BT in 2019 that in general, such a requirement is "so that homebuyers can be assured that their housing units are constructed and finished to a reasonable standard of quality".

    Normanton Park has 1,840 one to five-bedroom units and penthouses across nine 24-storey towers encircling swimming pools. The apartment sizes range from 45-65 square metres (sq m) for one bedroom units to 150-167 sq m for five-bedroom units.

    On the ground floor are 22 two-storey, 196 sq m strata terraces with direct adjoining pool access and a private parking lot each.

    In addition, there are eight commercial units: seven 43-44 sq m shops and one 104 sq m restaurant.

    The indicative prices begin in excess of S$700,000 for the condominium one-bedroom apartments, S$1 million for the two-bedroom units, about S$1.5 million for the three-bedroom units, S$2 million for the four-bedroom units, and nearly S$2.8 million for the five-bedroom apartments.

    The strata terrace houses carry indicative price tags starting from around S$3.4 million, while the commercial units are priced from S$2 million onwards.

    The development is near the Southern Ridges green corridor, which includes Kent Ridge Park, HortPark and Mount Faber Park. Also in close proximity to it are business centres such as Singapore Science Park 1 and 2, Mapletree Business City, Fusionopolis and Biopolis.

    The mega project's five marketing agencies are ERA Singapore, Huttons Asia, OrangeTee & Tie, PropNex and SRI. The sales gallery and show suites are located at 1 Normanton Park; visits are by appointment only.

    Kingsford is owned by Chinese-citizen-turned-Singaporean Cui Zhengfeng. The company bought the Normanton Park site in October 2017 for S$830.1 million, in one of Singapore's biggest en bloc purchases at the time.

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