Tag: GCB

singapore good class bungalows

Ultra-high-net-worth individuals who bought or sold bungalows or entire property blocks in Singapore recently

Amidst the flurry of BTOs, resale and new launch condos, several ultra-high-net-worth individuals (UHNWI), both foreign and local, made the news when they bought landed properties in Singapore recently. We make a profile list of who’s who and what they’ve purchased and where. Singapore’s real estate market continues to do well in its Good Class…

REVEALED: How Mediacorp’s original plan for Caldecott Hill went up in smoke

Five years after Mediacorp moved out of its former premises at Caldecott Hill, the media conglomerate finally called for a tender for the massive 7-hectare land it left behind. In an announcement made on 14 October 2020, Mediacorp appointed real estate consultants CBRE and Showsuite Consultancy to market the District 11 site to developers interested…

GCB at Bukit Panjang for $9 million

Buy a Good Class Bungalow for the Low Price of $9 million

Today, let’s talk about affordable housing. Something that the average Singaporean can aspire to. For those with a modest budget, we draw your attention to this bungalow at Bukit Panjang, with an asking price of just around $9 million: A budget-friendly family home The Good Class Bungalow (GCB) is located at 7 Chestnut Crescent. It’s…

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James Dyson Strikes Again: Billionaire to Purchase Second Luxury Property in Singapore

James Dyson surprises us once again, but not with another of his brilliant inventions. Just two weeks after news broke of Sir Dyson’s purchase of the largest and most expensive penthouse in Singapore, the billionaire is prepared to snap up another luxury property. What could better his previous purchase? Surprise, surprise… Marketed at $45 million,…

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