Parc Clematis of Sing Haiyi’s have launched for public viewing on August 17 Saturday of this year. Bookings for this property, however, will start on August 31. It is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2023. There were about 5,000 viewers on the first weekend preview.
This 1,468 residential project in Clementi is SingHaiyi’s biggest project up to this date. It offers a variety of units from one-bedroom with 452 square feet area size to its biggest five-bedroom unit penthouses with an area of 2,669 square feet. It also offers terrace units in which area starts from 2,569square feet and bungalows which has a measurement of each unit from 3,832 square feet each. It further comprises around 20 landed homes. This developer is also selling The Lilium and The Gazania this year.
The Parc Clematis prices start from $1,550 per square foot and $1,530 per square foot for a one-bedroom and three-bedroom, respectively. Landed units are however still to be arranged.
Parc Clematis caters common facilities that its future occupants will surely be indulging in. Some of those facilities are clubhouses, multi-purpose entertainment and gaming rooms.
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It is also to note that Parc Clematis is nearby to shopping malls and train stations as well as to schools making it more attracted to property buyers and investors.
Gregory Sim, the deputy chief executive of SingHaiyi stated that Parc Clematis will be on-demand since there had not been any open projects in the area of Clementi. This has also been seconded by the head of research and consultancy of ERA Realty Mr. Nicholas Mak; which emphasised that the strategic location is the main reason why Parc Clematis will be well-received by the market buyer. Mak emphasised that this location is so famous with families due to its proximity to schools. However, Desmond Sim of Southeast Asia CBRE opened up his view by not expecting too much with Parc Clematis. He pointed out that buyers these days are more cautious when it comes to choosing an investment. Besides, market buyers are spoilt with choices and are flooded of projects. Some of the projects that had flopped are Kent Ridge Residences which had 356 out of 548 units left not taken and Twin Vew which has left with 65 units only out of 520 units.