Parc Canberra, a 496-unit executive condo (EC) job along Canberra Link, started its own sales gallery on 31 January, using average unit price pegged at about $1,080 per square foot (psf).
Online applications for components will close on 10 February, while reservations will commence on 15 February, reported The Business Times.
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The growth will have 10 cubes, with components containing 3 – to five-bedroom apartments.
More than 80 percent of those units will come equipped with utility rooms. Penthouse units may also feature high ceilings to your dining and living areas.
Indicative prices to get a three-bedder start from $855,000 to about $1.1 million, even though a three-bedroom and a utility area and/or yard opt for about $958,000 to $1.2 million.
A four-bedder using a utility area and yard price around $1.2 million to $1.3 million, even though a five-bedder using a utility space and yard is priced from $1.5 million to $1.6 million.
Smart house technology have been integrated to all components, which were also supplied with Duravit sanitary wares, Bosch kitchen appliances, Nespresso coffee machines and Hansgrohe sanitary fittings.
Developer Hoi Hup Sunway Canberra, that will be a joint venture between Hoi Hup Realty and Sunway Developments, said buyers can also avail of a deferred payment scheme.
Inspired by Australian outside culture, the evolution’s design incorporates pitched roofs. The landscape will also consist of green roofs and water cascades.
Parc Canberra is located near Canberra MRT station, just across the road from the upcoming $1.5 billion Bukit Canberra — an integrated sport and neighborhood hub job that is slated to start progressively from 2020.
Nearby dining and shopping choices comprise North Point City, Canberra Plaza, Sembawang Shopping Centre, Sun Plaza and Chong Pang food market.