Tag: CCR

Infographic on median price psf of resale condos within 1km of MRT stations

Do home prices truly decrease as they move away from the city centre? A look at the price psf along MRT lines

It’s understood that centrally-located properties, especially those in the Core Central Region (CCR), are the most expensive in Singapore. A general rule-of-thumb for residential property purchase is that the closer a property is to the city centre, the higher the value it commands.  Looking at the condo resale transactions in March 2021, the most expensive…

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All units of entire EDEN condo at Ardmore-Draycott enclave sold: A closer look at transactions along the billionaire’s belt

Update as of 01/04/2021: 99.co has come to understand that the buyer isn’t a single individual. We’ve since made some adjustments to the article.  Update as of 7/04/2021: It is understood that the Tsai family of Want Want China Holdings is the family that has bought all the units in the condo. We’ve adjusted parts…

Condo Focus: Marina One Residences

Located at the heart of Singapore’s up-and-coming financial district in Marina Bay, Marina One Residences is part of a 3.67 million square feet (sq ft) integrated development featuring unique retail offerings, Grade A offices and a 65,000 sq ft ‘Green Heart’, a biodiverse hub of lush greenery that is the hallmark of the project. The…

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Core Central Region (CCR) condos: Is Dyson’s $11.8 million loss a warning sign?

The name Dyson has made news again in Singapore property: Just a little more than one year after purchasing the largest penthouse in the country at Wallich Residence for a record $73.8 million, the Dysons are now selling the Core Central Region (CCR) property at $62 million—incurring a $11.8 million loss, according to a Business…

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