The "Sky Habitat" effect...?

By The Folks @PropTalk - April 12, 2012 9 Comments
With all the buzz surrounding Sky Habitat and its "at least $1700psf" expected price, it makes one wonder if the recent "$900K HDB maisonette" transaction is a blip or a sign of things to come.

Having said that, the wife and I understand that this is NOT the first maisonette in Bishan that was sold for $900K - a similiar transaction was concluded back in 2010.

"We got the sky above, and the trees so green.
It's the place we love, our home sweet home!"




9 comments to ''The "Sky Habitat" effect...?"

  1. I think there was a recent shun fu place sold for slightly more than 1m$...

  2. The Folks @PropTalkApril 12, 2012 at 12:50 PM

    Hi Anonymous (12/4/12,12:17PM),

    THAT'S the "going privatization" effect. Slightly different circumstances...

  3. aiya....i know where is the $1700psf coming from le

    non stop advert in prime time radio, prime time tv

    hire branded designer, architect

    outbid the rest

    fk cap

  4. Thar man is gonna get angreeee

  5. Lim Hen Kiang ("u very smart" in Hokkien) is at wits end. He had better be more Kiang.

    Inflation 5% and below? Prices shoot up with firewerks for Cap Land. Happiness Cap Land. More pay for CEO

  6. I wonder if this is a strategy... let rumours of $1700 fly around and eventually launch at $1500 "cheap cheap better buy". Well, we will know tomorrow...

  7. what's the status on units sold? Any updates on price?

  8. The Folks @PropTalkApril 14, 2012 at 1:19 PM

    Hi Anonymous (13/4/12, 9.45PM),

    The show gallery is only opened today. We understand price for the "first release" batch of apartments starts at $1,345psf.

    So not quite the $1.7k PDF that was so touted about... at least not yet! :)


  9. Based on May Bank Good deals report which is shown on this blog in April 2012, D Leedon still has 1200+ units unsold. Interlace about 300 + units unsold.