Sales status: Waterfront Isle

By The Folks @PropTalk - February 2, 2011 No Comments

The BT today reported that Far East Organization and Frasers Centrepoint have sold 88 (Fatt Fatt.. how prosperous!) units in their 561-unit Waterfront Isle development in the Bedok Reservoir area over the last few days.


The developers released 132 units in the 99-year leasehold project at a preview which started on Jan 28. Of these units, 88 units (67%) have been sold at an average price of $920psf.

Waterfront Isle will be officially launched on Feb 5, the third day of Chinese New year.

Far East Organization, which is marketing the project, said prices will start from $575,000 for a one-bedroom apartment – excluding an additional 5% cost which will be returned to buyers in the form of furniture vouchers once the development obtains its TOP in 2015.

Including the extra cost for the vouchers, prices at the project will start from $605,000.

Far East said that the furniture vouchers were being given to “build a stronger base of long-term buyers”.

Waterfront Isle is the last project in the Waterfront Collection, a master-planned joint venture development between Far East and Frasers Centrepoint. The entire collection comprises four development fronting Bedok Reservoir.

Units in the first three projects in this master-planned development are mostly sold. Waterfront Waves is 100% sold, Waterfront Key is more than 85% sold and Waterfront Gold is more than 75% sold.

Singaporeans and permanent residents make up 80% of the buyers of Waterfront Isle. About half of the buyers are residents now living in the east in estates such as Bedok and Tampines, Far East said.

The wife and I have previously said that Waterfront Isle is solely developed by Far East – we now stand corrected.


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