Far East bags coveted Holland site for S$1.2b

A CONSORTIUM led by property giant Far East Organization, which has clinched a coveted commercial and residential site in Holland Road, is planning a development with apartments for sale, dual office/residential use units, offices, retail space and serviced residences on the site. Far East Organization executive director of property services Augustine Tan, on behalf of … Continue reading Far East bags coveted Holland site for S$1.2b

1,500 flats to be launched in Singapore’s first ‘Forest Town’

An artist's impression of Tengah, which will have a car-free town centre. National Development Minister Lawrence Wong said that over the next few years, there will be a steady stream of flats in Tengah, which is Singapore's first new town in more than 20 years.PHOTO: HDB The first batch of 1,500 Housing Board flats in … Continue reading 1,500 flats to be launched in Singapore’s first ‘Forest Town’

24km Jurong Region Line to open from 2026

Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan, flanked by Education Minister and fellow Sembawang GRC MP Ong Ye Kung and Government Parliamentary Committee for Transport chairman Sitoh Yih Pin, unveiling the Jurong Region Line's alignment at the site of the future Canberra MRT station yesterday. With them were executives from the Land Transport Authority. Canberra station, on … Continue reading 24km Jurong Region Line to open from 2026

5 Things To Know Before Buying a Second Property In Singapore

Buying investment property that you can rent out to earn rental income is a common Singaporean dream. Many see this as a gateway to achieving early financial freedom or creating a sustainable income stream in retirement. But there is another side to buying investment property and it can be a risky move that can wreck … Continue reading 5 Things To Know Before Buying a Second Property In Singapore

URA To Adjust Guidelines If Developers Build Too Many Shoebox Units

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) said on Wednesday (3 May) that it will intervene, if needed, to prevent property developers from building too many tiny apartments or shoebox units amidst the ongoing collective sales fever. “We agree that shoebox units should not form a disproportionately large portion of Singapore’s housing stock,” wrote Goh Chin Chin, … Continue reading URA To Adjust Guidelines If Developers Build Too Many Shoebox Units

Juggernaut sites take en bloc game to new level

Home owners are taking Singapore's latest en bloc craze to a new level, with mega developments - sitting on sites close to or over one million sq ft each - joining the bandwagon. Owners of Mandarin Gardens, a 99-year condominium on a one million sq ft plot off East Coast Park, have given the green … Continue reading Juggernaut sites take en bloc game to new level