During the first week of June, there are many launches, varying from prime District 10 to the suburban areas of Serangoon. The projects were: 120 Grange, by Roxy-Pacific Holdings; Margaret Ville by MCL Land; Affinity at Serangoon, by a consortium-led by Oxley Holdings; as well as The Garden Residences, a collectively advancement by Keppel Land and also Wing Tai Holdings. The Garden Residences, along Serangoon North Avenue 1, saw more than 60 systems sold last weekend break at an ordinary cost of $1,660 psf. Nearby is the 1,052-unit Fondness at Serangoon, where 112 units were marketed out of 300 systems on balloting day. Oxley Holdings and its joint endeavor companions, SLB Advancement, KSH Holdings and Apricot Resources, launched 300 units in the very first phase. Units offered represented a mix of one- to four-bedroom units with selling rates from $1,475 psf.
Both the 613-unit The Garden Houses and also Affinity at Serangoon are 99-year leasehold projects located in the northeastern area in Area 19. Queenstown in District 3, the 309-unit Margaret Ville saw 102 units sold out of 120 systems launched at an ordinary price of $1,880 psf. The 99-year leasehold project is a 40-storey tower, with a mix of one- to four-bedroom units sized from 463 sq feet to 1,464 sq ft. Somewhere else, in the city edge neighbourhood of Marina Bay in District 9, the 450-unit. More than 70% of the units sold out of Martin Modern launched at an ordinary price of $2,916psf. The 99-year leasehold project is a 30-storey tower, with a mix of one- to four-bedroom units sized from 820 sq feet to 1,800 sq ft. At the same time, Roxy-Pacific saw 37 from 56 systems in the boutique development 120 Grange sold over the exact same weekend. Prices of the property development averaged above $3,100 psf.