Located on over 62000 square feet of land, the new Blossoms offers 165 exclusive residential residences and six commercial units. Its residences range from one-bedroom units with study to four-bedroom units with 1,410 square feet of living space. For further information, you can contact EL Development Real Estate Developer. Blossoms will be able to answer your questions about the condo’s amenities and location. Read on to learn more about this mixed development.
As one of the newest properties in Buona Vista, Blossoms is located near the MRT station and in the popular Vista Xchange cluster. Its prime location offers easy access to the Ayer-Rajah Expressway, which is a convenient link to the rest of the expressway network. The property offers both rental yield and ownership advantages, making Blossoms a popular choice for first-time homebuyers and investors alike.
Blossoms is a 99-year leasehold residential and retail development Tengah Plantation Close EC that is located within walking distance of the Buona Vista MRT station. The project is a mixed-use development, featuring a first-storey retail component. The project is also conveniently located near the Buona Vista MRT station, which connects to the East-West and Circle lines. In addition to being close to the MRT, Blossoms is also within walking distance of the popular Holland Village and the Tg Pagar MRT station.
The location of One-North is great for families. The Blossoms is located near Two MRT stations, making it convenient for commuters who need to go to work. The property is also in close proximity to a number of popular areas, including Buona Vista MRT Station, Holland Village, and the Jurong Innovation District. The location is perfect for those who want to stay in a condo that’s close to a city’s amenities without compromising on privacy.
The Blossoms area is a high-tech, innovation, and R&D hotspot that is home to some of the world’s most influential companies. A new seven-storey Southeast Asia headquarters for gaming hardware firm Razer is slated for the Blossoms hub. The government is investing $25 billion in the next five years to develop Singapore’s R&D capabilities and many high-tech foreign firms are expanding their operations here.
Blossoms is located near the Circle Line and is only 300 meters away from the One North MRT Station, which operates the Circle Line. Future residents can easily transit to the Downtown Line, the MRT East West Line, and the MRT West Line from nearby MRT stations. Blossoms is also close to Buona Vista MRT Interchange MRT Station. Residents can also walk or take the MRT to the Blossoms Circle Line MRT Station for an easy commute.
This condominium project is set in an upscale, leafy neighborhood that is surrounded by beautiful parks. The park behind Blossoms is small but full of canopy trees and fragrant bushes, providing a respite from the surrounding office towers. Nearby, residents can also explore more iconic natural parks including Kent Ridge Park and the Labrador Nature Reserve. If you’re interested in buying a new home, Blossoms is definitely the right place to look.
If you’re looking to rent a condo in Singapore, Blossoms may be a good option for you. This mid-rise development has 165 units. Although the development will enjoy some exclusivity, it will have direct views of other developments, so buyers will have to decide whether the views are important or not. This development is managed by EL Development, a joint venture between Hong Leong Holdings of Singapore and the Mitsui Fudosan Company of Japan. This company is a well-established developer in many countries and is expected to deliver excellent quality developments.
The development has a total of 165 units, with commercial space on the first floor. Those who work in the area will enjoy its proximity to the One-North technology corridor and the Mediacorp campus. The development is also close to Holland Village and the Rochester Mall, as well as the Ghim Moh food centre. The surrounding area offers a wide variety of dining options and recreational opportunities. Blossoms is close to the Buona Vista and One North MRT stations.
The developer has sold about 85 per cent of its units, with prices ranging from S$1,800 to S$2,250 psf. The development is expected to be completed in late 2022 or even early 2023. As for the timing, Blossoms has an attractive launch date. The condo’s prices were surprisingly high for its location. Located near the popular Dover education stretch, it has sold almost all of its units, with the highest prices in four-bedroom premium units.
The developer of the Blossoms condo project is known for the quality of their projects. The development features 165 units, ranging from one-bedroom to four-bedroom units. The developer also plans to develop the site as a business hub, as it is within close proximity to the Buona Vista MRT interchange. The Blossoms condo is near schools like Fairfield Methodist Primary School and Anglo-Chinese Junior College. The development is also near the National University of Singapore.
Among the properties that were sold in the initial phases of One-North, EL Development’s Blossoms project has been the most successful, having sold out in two phases from 2017 to 2019. It sold units at an average price of $1877 psf, which is 30% more than the average unit in the One-North Residences. EL Development beat eight other developers to acquire the site in 2016, which is why it’s expected to sell at a high premium in the coming years.
The developer of Blossoms has offered flexibility to homeowners. Some of the units can be turned into a study, which would help the unit command a higher rental yield. Alternatively, the owner can remove the glass partition in the kitchen so that it opens up to the dining area. In addition to being convenient for single buyers, these units are also ideal for investors looking for rental yields. With these advantages, the developers are targeting the first-time buyer who wants a property that is affordable but not lacking in style and space.
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has launched a tender for two residential sites in Slim Barracks Rise, Singapore. The sites are 99-year leasehold properties with a median transacted price of S$2,000 per square foot. El Development topped the bidding for Parcel A, which is over 7,957.3 square meters in size and can yield up to 265 units.
The project has a number of advantages, and one of those is its proximity to the Singapore’s central business district. This development was first envisioned as a campus-style residence for employees at the one-north R&D business hub. The land was acquired in 2009 by a company called ERA, and sold for $2,009 per square foot when it was launched.
A total of 9 bidders bid for the slim barracks parcels. The highest price for Parcel A was $320.1 million, reflecting a land rate of $1,246 per plot ratio. The lowest bidder was EL Development Residential, a joint venture between Mitsui Fudosan Co and Hong Leong Holdings. It is the only project in Singapore that sold for more than $1 billion, indicating that the market is still recovering from the ‘great recession’.
The developers of Blossoms understand the competition they’re up against, which means that they’ve reduced floor areas to achieve a $150k to $250k price drop. This means that if you’re buying in the Blossoms District 05 Condo, you’ll probably pay more than you need to for the same unit. But you’ll be able to afford the higher price if you have a family.
Amid the competition, the developer EL Development Residential, a joint venture between Hong Leong Holdings and Mitsui Fudosan, won the tender with a winning bid of $155.7 million, which works out to $1,001 per square foot per plot ratio. The project will consist of 165 exclusive units, and is zoned residential. The development’s maximum GFA is 14,447 square metres. This new development will be one of Singapore’s largest in terms of size and is expected to be completed in the first half of 2019.
As a result, Blossoms offers better returns than surrounding developments, which means you’ll have a better chance of capital appreciation. The development’s optimum location means that it’s close to schools, international schools, and other amenities. Rents are also very high, at 3.3% to 3.5%. Compared to Orchard Road, Newton, and Novena, Blossoms offers better rental yields than the average apartment in those areas.
The location of Blossoms is a significant selling point for this mixed-use development. Located within the One-North Business Park, this development is near many major expressways. The condo is just six minutes away from the One-North MRT station and is within close proximity to the Buona Vista interchange. The condominium will offer great convenience to residents as it is located within minutes of major expressways, such as the Keppel Expressway, Tampines-Central, and the Pan-Pacific Expo.
The Blossoms project is the latest masterpiece from Hong Leong Group and Mitsui Fudosan. The development will offer 165 residential units and commercial spaces on the first floor. The units are designed with luxury finishes and come with many amenities and conveniences. There are several layouts to choose from, and the development is located near major expressways, including the PIE, NTU, and AYE.
The Blossoms complex is close to two public parks. Behind the development is One North Park, a small park with canopy trees and fragrant bushes. Blossoms residents will find it a peaceful respite from the bustling city. In addition to One-North Park, residents can visit other iconic natural parks in the vicinity. The Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve are both within a ten-minute drive.