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    Makelele
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    The Daniel Libeskind showcase

    Libeskind’s first residential showcase in Asia has its platform in Singapore in Keppel Bay. His iconic design for Reflections at Keppel Bay will put Singapore on the world map for luxury waterfront homes.

    Rising at the water’s edge and as ‘beacons of light’, the Libeskind showcase will be the epitome of premier waterfront living in Singapore.

    Set in lush and expansive grounds, the waterfront development features six high-rise towers, some linked by skybridges, and spacious low-rise villas. The Libeskind development will sit on a land size of approximately 84,000 sq metres with an extensive shoreline of 750 metres.

    Every detail and aspect of design will optimise interaction with the sea and the commanding panoramic views of its scenic surrounds including Mount Faber, Keppel Club Golf Course, Labrador Park, Sentosa and its upcoming Integrated Resort and the city skyline.






    [url]http://reflectionsatkeppelbay.com.sg/home.html[/url]

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    wow! what a work of art. The 4 page ad in the Straits Times today says it all. this will be a hugely prestigious development.

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    it is beautiful!

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    Absolutely stunning. If only it were freehold... what a contrast from all the copycat full blue glass facade condos we see today.

    Architectural wonder aside, do u think $1500-2000psf for a 99yr is worth it being on the wrong side of Sentosa? Will the new price pull up Carribean then?

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    Published February 1, 2007

    Keppel Bay condo leads string of launches near Chinese New Year

    By ARTHUR SIM


    THE run-up to Chinese New Year should see plenty of property launches, with developers drumming up interest in advance.



    Reflections at Keppel Bay: An indicative price for the development will be $1,500 to $1,900 psf


    The biggest launch will probably be Keppel Land's 1,129-unit Reflections at Keppel Bay, which, according to Keppel Land director (Singapore residential) Augustine Tan, has already attracted 'more than 600 parties registering their interest'.

    Willy Shee, chairman of Reflections' marketing agent CB Richard Ellis (Asia), says that even though prices in the Core Central Region have risen 24 per cent in the past two years, compared to other gateway cities, 'they certainly have more room to grow'.

    Edmund Tie, executive chairman of DTZ Debenham Tie Leung (South-east Asia), which is also marketing Reflections, says: 'Based on the response so far, we are confident that Reflections by Libeskind will achieve a sell-out performance.'

    An indicative price for Reflections would be $1,500 to $1,900 per square foot - the going prices for projects at Marina Bay and Sentosa Cove.

    Orange Grove Residences by Ho Bee Group, which will be launched this weekend, was already soft launched earlier and 60 per cent of the units have been sold. Of these, about 40 per cent were bought by foreigners, says marketing consultant DTZ Debenham Tie Leung's executive director Margaret Thean.

    The 60-unit freehold development is expected to be completed by 2010 and launch prices this weekend are from $1,900 to $2,200 psf.

    Prices for Botanika by Tuan Sing Group will not be available, because the units on sale will only be available through auction by Colliers International and Christie's Great Estates exclusive affiliate Ken Jacobs.

    Grace Ng, deputy managing director (agency and business services) and auctioneer at Colliers International, says that this is probably the first time a new non-landed residential development has been sold by auction.

    Colliers was also behind the recent auction of bungalow plots at Sentosa Cove, and Ms Ng notes that prices climbed steadily after opening bids. Indeed, she says that for Sentosa Cove, closing bids were almost double opening bids, shooting up from about $500 psf to end at $800-$900 psf.

    So far, 18 units of the 34-unit Botanika near the Singapore Botanic Gardens have been sold through private previews, with the highest transacted price about $2,000 psf.

    The auction of 12 units will be held on March 31 at Goodwood Park Hotel and international bids through the Christie's network are expected.

    Mr Jacobs says: 'As an exclusive affiliate of Christie's Great Estates, I look forward to presenting Botanika to our international client base.'

    An indicative price for the units is $1,700-$2,400 psf.

    Hoi Hup Realty has also already sold 40 per cent of its Waterford Residences at Kim Yam Road after having 'presented' the project last weekend at a special preview.

    The average price for the 118-unit, 999-year-leasehold development is $1,350 psf.

    Kellie Liew, executive vice-president (projects) of HSR International, says prices of condo units in the vicinity are about $1,500 psf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slave
    Absolutely stunning. If only it were freehold... what a contrast from all the copycat full blue glass facade condos we see today.

    Architectural wonder aside, do u think $1500-2000psf for a 99yr is worth it being on the wrong side of Sentosa? Will the new price pull up Carribean then?
    I guess leasehold or freehold matters little in locations like these, esp Marina Bay and Sentosa area. Will the new price pull up Caribbean? Well secondary market prices for choice units at the Caribbean have been rising steadily. With the launch of Reflections, Keppel Land will definitely be able to sell out the currently unsold units (not so choice units) at the Caribbean, because of relatively much lower prices.

    Rental-wise, Caribbean is looking set to go sky high due to Reflections and the coming Sentosa IR. Let's hope the area doesn't turn out tacky, like Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth in neighbourhoods where the cities' casinos are located.

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    I think Reflections will be the project to finally kill off the the speculation in luxury segment of the property market. Speculators would scoop up all the 1129 units in record time, but will soon discover that flipping these 1000+ units in the sub-sale mkt will be very difficult, because everyone is selling the same thing. It would also make the classified ads in the Straits Times very thick.

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    selling koyok
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madeira
    I think Reflections will be the project to finally kill off the the speculation in luxury segment of the property market. Speculators would scoop up all the 1129 units in record time, but will soon discover that flipping these 1000+ units in the sub-sale mkt will be very difficult, because everyone is selling the same thing. It would also make the classified ads in the Straits Times very thick.
    I really hope it kills off speculation in the luxury segment. For Singapore is long overdue for a property boom. Without rampant speculation and gambling on the property market, this boom can last longer and have more solid fundamentals.

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    Ooooh what I would give to be living here! If I were an investor who bought this place and am unable to sell, I would not mind living here staring at the sea every day and enjoying my apartment. But of course that is assuming I can afford anything here.

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    When the bubble burst, the buyers of Reflections at Keppel Bay, would be left reflecting on how dumb they were.

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