Queen Astrid Gardens, a four-story private improvement sitting on 5,782.6 sq m (62,243 sq ft) of land in the Queen Astrid Park Good Class Bungalow Area (GCBA) has been put available at a guide cost of $126.8 million for the land, which means about $2,307 psf on the land territory.
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Sovereign Astrid Park GCBA is one of the 39 gazetted GCBAs in Singapore. The improvement sits on raised ground, and has a facade of in excess of 100 meters onto Queen Astrid Gardens. It tends to be held as lofts, or be redeveloped into a solitary house. The land can likewise be partitioned up to four GCB boards, subject to endorsement by significant specialists. Please see the latest The Reef Harbourfront Pricing available for your consideration.
The proprietors of the advancement are spoken to by Knight Frank Singapore through their aggregate deal panel. K. Chong, executive of the aggregate deal advisory group of Queen Astrid Gardens, who initially bought his unit with plans for retirement there, says, “The site has quite a few characteristics for a GCB, and such properties are getting progressively rare. I accept invested individuals will see the incentive in this site.”
Ian Loh, head of capital business sectors for land and building, aggregate and layers deals, Knight Frank Singapore, says, “There are just around 2,800 GCBs in the 39 shielded GCBAs in Singapore, and the last GCB exchange in District 10 of land more than 60,000 sq ft in size happened over five years back, in June 2015.”
“Sovereign Astrid Gardens presents open doors for potential purchasers hoping to make a family domain and leave a suffering heritage,” he includes, highlighting positive traits, for example, customary formed land and raised grounds.
“With the alternative for development into a few GCBs, the benefit is a particularly appealing recommendation for home-searchers or financial specialists searching for additional riches safeguarding potential, over the long haul,” Loh includes.
The delicate for Queen Astrid Gardens will close at 3pm on Oct 7.