The Trailer of This 460-unit Dairy Farm Residences by Singapore-listed United Engineers Ltd (UEL) Attracted a crowd of 1,000 over the weekend of Nov 16 and 17.
Dairy Farm Residences marks the first new condominium offering in the Dairy Farm area as The Skywoods was launched in 2013. The Skywoods is a 420-unit, 99-year leasehold condominium. Developed by a consortium of three recorded property players – Hock Lian Seng Holdings, King Wan Corp and TA Corp – it was finished in 2016 and is totally offered to date.
“We are pleased with the turnout and it demonstrates that there’s inherent fascination with residing near nature,” remarks Stephanie Chua, UEL’s head of growth sales.
The interest came largely from those people who are already living in the west of Singapore, although some people stay in the central area, and a few potential buyers came out as far as Pasir Ris, Chua shares.
Apartment layouts offered comprise pre-assembled units from 624 to 775 sq feet, three-bedroom units from 915 into 1,313 sq feet, and four-bedroom apartments from 1,324 into 1,475 sq ft.
UEL is launching Dairy Farm Residences at a couple of phases, at an average starting cost from $1,500 to $1,700 psf. The two-bedroom units will start from below $1 million.