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The Housing and Development Board (HDB) has sold 2 sites, mainly a condo site and a mixed development site in Woodleigh Lane and Upper Serangoon Road, which are opposite of one another, and are walking distance to Woodleigh MRT Station, as part of Government Land Sales (GLS), in 2nd and 3rd quarter of 2017. Raintree Gardens along Potong Pasir Avenue 1, are sold to UOL through a collective sales.

This land parcel for Mixed development use, is along Upper Serangoon Road, bounded by Woodleigh Link, a new road, Bidadari Park Drive and Upper Aljunied Road, located at the Rest of Central Region, North- East of Singapore. It is listed under the confirmed list of sites and is to be developed into a Mixed development. It has a site area of 274,479 square feet and will house approximately 825 residential apartments with 161,460 square feet of commercial space.

A consortium which comprises of SPH Holdings and Kajima Development won the top bid of S$1.132 billion,which translates into S$1,181 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr).

The other land parcel is bounded by Woodleigh Lane and Youngberg Terrace. It is listed under the confirmed list of sites and is to be developed into a condominium. It has a site area of 210,403 square feet and will house approximately 735 residential apartments.

Chip Eng Seng's unit, CEL Unique Development won the top bid of S$700.7 million, which translates to about S$1,100 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr). This works out to a break-even price of between S$1500 and S$1,600 psf. and estimated sales price will be S$1,800 psf.


New and Upcoming condo at Woodleigh is located in the new satellite town of Bidadari. It will be next to the upcoming Alkaff Courtview, a HDB estate. Future residents of New Condo in Woodleigh Link will also be able to enjoy great greenery view as it will overlook the future Alkaff Lake.

The third plot of land that was sold was the site of the former Raintree Gardens. UOL won the top bid of S$334.2 million and the sale price works out to a land cost of about $797 psf per plot ratio on the potential gross floor area, inclusive of an estimated differential premium payable to the state to top up the lease to a fresh 99 years, and for redevelopment of the site to a gross plot ratio of 2.8.

New condo in Woodleigh is nearby to other mixed commercial developments and they include The Venue Residences and Shoppes and Poiz Residences, which are 1 MRT Station away at Potong Pasir MRT Station. Other residential developments in the vicinity inlcude The Quinn, The Maisons, Blossoms @ Woodleigh, 8 @ Woodleigh, Nin Residences, Sant Ritz, Sennett Residences, Woodsville, 18 Woodsville and Woodsville Mansion.

New Developments in Bidadari New Town- Woodleigh- Connectivity
Future residents of New Condo in Woodleigh Link will have great accessibility as it is standing next to Woodleigh MRT Station, operating the North-East Line. It will take 9 minutes’ train ride to the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Interchange and 13 minutes’ train ride to Chinatown MRT Interchange. 1 station away is Serangoon MRT Interchange wherre residents can transit to the Circle Line. Future residents will also be able to transit to Downtown Line at the Little India Station which is just 4 train stations away.

For drivers in Woodleigh,  it will take approximately 6 minutes drive to Orchard Shopping Belt and 9 minutes away from the Central Business District (CBD), City Centre via Central Expressway (CTE) which has easy conduit to the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), Kallang Expressway (KPE) and Tampines Expressway (TPE) which makes driving convenience to any parts of the Singapore a breeze.

New Developments in Bidadari New Town- Woodleigh- Amenities
With the convenience of having a commercial space right at the doorsteps of their homes, future residents of New Condo at Woodleigh Link will have ease finding amenities for fulfilling their dining, shopping and also entertainment needs. Besides that, future residents can also take a short train right to Potong Pasir MRT Station when the upcoming The Poiz Centre and the Venue Shoppes is located. Alternatively, they could also travel to Serangoon MRT Station, where one of the biggest shopping centre in the North East Region, The Nex Mall is located.

New Developments in Bidadari New Town- Woodleigh- Education
School that are within New Condo at Woodleigh Link vicinity include Cedar Primary School, Maris Stella High School (Primary), Yangzheng Primary School, St Andrew’s Junior School, St. Gabriel’s Primary School, First Toa Payoh Primary School, Pei Chun Public School, Cedar Girls’ Secondary School, Maris Stella High School (Secondary), St. Gabriel’s Secondary School, St. Andrew’s Secondary School, Zhonghua Secondary School, Bartley Secondary School and CHIJ Katong Convent.

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Project  Woodleigh Lane New Condo- One
Developer  CEL Unique Development
Location  Woodleigh Lane, Bidadari New Estate
District  13
Tenure  99 years lease
Site Area  19,547 square metres/ 210,403 square feet
GFA:  58,641 square metres/ 631,211 square feet
Plot Ratio  3.5
Expected TOP:
Total Units  Approximately 735 residential apartments
Total Carpark
Development  Condo comprising of communal facilities
Unit Type:
Eligibility SC/ SC, SC/SPR and Foreigner can buy
Project  Potong Pasir Avenue 1 New Condo at former site of Raintree Gardens
Developer  UVD (Projects) UOL Group and UIC Industrial Corporation (SingLand Homes)
Location  Potong Pasir Avenue 1
District  13
Tenure  99 years lease
Site Area  18,711 square metres/ 201,405 square feet
Plot Ratio  2.8
Expected TOP:
Total Units  Approximately 700 residential apartments
Total Carpark
Development  Private condominium comprising of communal facilities
Unit Type:
Eligibility SC, SPR and Foreigners can buy
Project  Condo in Mixed-Use Development in Upper Serangoon Road- Two
Developer  Elara 1 and Callisto 1 (SPH Holdings and Kajima Development)
Location  Upper Serangoon Road, Bidadari New Estate
District  13
Tenure  99 years lease
Site Area  10,097.1 square metres/ 108,685.1 square feet
GFA:  30,292 square metres/ 326,063 square feet
Plot Ratio  3.5
Expected TOP:
Total Units  Approximately 825 residential apartments
Total Carpark
Development  Residential apartments with Commercial at 1st storey
Unit Type:
Eligibility SC/ SC, SC/SPR and Foreigner can buy


Mixed development Upper Serangoon Road 2

Woodleigh Lane New Condo

Amenities Near New Developments at Woodleigh

Category Important Amenities Near New Developments in Woodleigh Approximate Distance
Train Stations Woodleigh (NE11) 0.1km
Bus Stop Woodleigh Stn (Bus: 147, 107, 107M, 133, 13, 853, 853C, NR6)
Woodleigh Stn (Bus: 13, 853, 853C, 133, 107, 107M, 147)
Supermarkets Fairprice (Potong Pasir Community Centre)
Prime (Joo Seng)
Cold Storage (NEX)
Giant (Kim Keat Ave)
Shopping Malls The Poiz Centre (U/C)
Macpherson Mall (M2)
The Venue Shoppes
Education Institutions Preschool
Calvary Baptist Kindergarten
Lumiere Montessori House
PCF Geylang Serai Blk 14
PCF Potong Pasir Blk 143
Ramakrishna Mission Sarada Kindergarten
The Ascension Kindergarten
Bethany Kindergarten
Bethesda (Bukit Arang) Kindergartens
PCF Braddell Heights Blk 417
CS Montessori Kindergarten @ Serangoon
Cedar Primary School
Maris Stella High School (Primary)
Yangzheng Primary School
St Andrew’s Junior School
St. Gabriel’s Primary School
First Toa Payoh Primary School
Pei Chun Public School
Cedar Girls’ Secondary School
Maris Stella High School (Secondary)
St. Gabriel’s Secondary School
St. Andrew’s Secondary School
Zhonghua Secondary School
Bartley Secondary School
CHIJ Katong Convent
Junior College
St. Andrew’s Junior College
Nanyang Junior College
Curtin University Singapore 2.4km
Stamford American International School
Australian International School
Food Centre Joo Seng Food Place
Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre
Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre
Geylang Bahru Block 69 Market And Food Centre
Lorong 8 Toa Payoh Block 210 Market And Food Centre
Lifestyle Pub Recreation Club
Volkswagen Golf Range


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Singapore’s property market has one of the best long term returns on equity performance out of most investment instruments available.

And that has to do largely with the strength of the Singapore dollar, the availability of high leverage, and the attraction of Singapore to the international audience, not just as a region to invest in, but as an asset class on its own.


The Singapore Income growth index has increased over the years and reached an equilibrium with the property price index. Unlike during the mid 2000s, property prices increased to a level which was out of reach to many Singaporeans. This makes prices of condo affordable and per month debt repayment manageable. With an average household income of S$13,000, a couple can choose to purchase a condo price at $2.3m. A good size 3 bedrooms cost around S$1.6m in today's market. Debt ratio versus income has dropped. The drop in interest rate has further reduced the per month repayment.
Not only has income in Singapore grown over the years, the household liabilities has dropped significantly for the past decade as well while the property price index held stagnant since the tightening of measures in 2013, TDSR was implemented. Property price index had been stagnant. We had lost 7 years of property prices growth. 
During this time, Singapore has structured itself also with a younger working population. This is important as the younger generation are able to drive better our GDP and as well as our consumption growth. Our GDP growth has well exceeded our property price growth during this period. 
Forbearance programmes are offered by banks for clients who need short term relief in their installment payment but I see that there will not be many people who need to be utilising this. If you are a buyer looking for investment, do whatever you can to build up some cash reserves, for up to a year would be good, to protect yourself from mortgages. 
Singapore shall continue with our productivity growth and further restructure our economy with new jobs.
The Economic Development Board (EDB) has managed to secure $13 billion in investment commitments in the first four months of 2020, which has surpassed the targets for the whole year. These investments come partly from electronics and infocomm media sectors. Thousands of jobs will be generated. Due to the change in the market, more jobs will be added to Singapore's capitalisation of the IT industry, namely, semiconductor as Singapore rolls out the 5G technology. We have changed our way of working and our daily lives with the recent pandemic, it has fastern the route on our reliance on the IT, so more jobs will be created in the e-commerce and the digital economic space. Singapore is moving forward with a greater productivity to remain competitive, because in the long run, this is what matters. 
Anti-speculation measures have also been implemented over the course of 8 measures. Average holding period for a property has been increased to 8 years. 
Additional stamp duty (ABSD) are imposed on buyers for 2nd and 3rd property onwards and slightly higher for PRs. Foreigners who want to have a stake in Singapore's properties will need to pay an additional of 20% in taxes.
Qualifying certificate and additional stamp duties (ABSD) are imposed on developers as well to ensure that there is no hoarding of land by them.
There is alot of buyers in the market looking to buy a real estate for investment. Please do keep an eye on the number of people buying a home, the available supply of homes for purchase in the market and foreclosure if any. The way that I see, it is unlikely to see a state of foreclosure in Singapore. I am certain to see more buyers than sellers. We have worked for this for the past decade and shall see ourselves coming out of the de-leveraging process. We shall see a gradual growth and sustainable price increase in Singapore homes.

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Bidadari Housing Estate

Bidadari Estate is planned as a tranquil urban oasis, where residents can relax and connect with family and friends in a garden-like setting. Envisioned as “A Community in a Garden”, Bidadari Estate will feature a centrally-located 10ha Bidadari Park, which will connect to a Central Green Spine. Bidadari Park is well-connected to the residential estates through pockets of open spaces. Part of the tree-lined Upper Aljunied Road (from Upper Serangoon Road to Vernon Park) will be converted into a heritage walk for pedestrians.

Bidadari Estate will be pedestrian and cyclist friendly, with seamless connections between transport nodes, the park and commercial developments. To provide for the needs of new and existing residents, Bidadari Estate will feature a wide range of amenities including a new commercial development next to Woodleigh MRT station. A bus interchange, neighbourhood police centre and other community facilities will be located nearby. Other amenities such as places of worship and health and medical care facilities are also planned for the estate.

The upcoming housing estate will feature lush greenery and social spaces, in line with the area's vision of being "a community in a garden".

Residents in the area will be able to visit a nearby market square and walk around a scenic park and lake.

The 10ha Bidadari Park will house the new Alkaff Lake, named after the Arab family that built the Alkaff Lake Gardens in the area in 1929.


Bidadari integrated transport hub

The new Bidadari housing estate will be home to Singapore's first underground air-conditioned bus interchange below Housing Board flats.

The new interchange next to Woodleigh MRT station, expected to be ready by 2019, will cater to five bus services.

It will be "tucked away and hidden from the street view", sitting below a carpark and neighbourhood garden flanked by blocks of flats, according to the HDB's plans seen by The Straits Times.

Other plans to modernise Bidadari have been announced in the past couple of years for the area that was once Singapore's largest grave site. These include an underground service reservoir, a 10ha park and a lake within the park.

Bidadari Estate 1

The future Bidadari estate will lay claim to a unique feature - Singapore's first underground service reservoir built on low, instead of high, ground.

Holding enough water to fill three Olympic-size pools, the tank will be built beneath the town's planned park to save on surface space and keep the surroundings unmarred.

The land above it will be "integrated with the surrounding park amenities, hence optimising land", PUB has said, adding that high ground available for service reservoirs is "limited".



1) First mixed commercial and residential Bidadari site awarded to SPH and Kajima Developments


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SINGAPORE - The 2.54 hectare land parcel next to Woodleigh MRT was hotly contested, as the site is slated o be a landmark project in the popular Bidadari estate.The first private land parcel in Bidadari was awarded today to entities linked to Singapore Press Holdings and Kajima Development.


Mixed development Upper Serangoon Road


The partners had put in a top bid of $1.132 billion for the 99-year leasehold site, beating a competitive field of 12 bids.


SPH announced that it will build more than 600 private residential units on the first mixed commercial and residential land site in the new township in Bidadari, touted to be the next Bishan.


Retail opportunities are presently limited along the North-East Line, which runs through Woodleigh. The Poiz Residences, another mixed-use project, is coming up next to Potong Pasir MRT station, while Nex at Serangoon is the biggest draw currently.


"There are not many retail offerings around the Bendemeer area. With so many HDB flats coming into Bidadari in the future, this mall could be the next Junction 8," said CBRE research head for Singapore and South-east Asia Desmond Sim.


On top of the retail portion, another 8,200 sqm at the site is meant for integrated community and institution uses, which could be a community club, childcare centre or library, among other options.


An SPH spokeswoman said that other than the residential units, there will be a 65,000 sq ft community club and a 20,000 sq ft neighbourhood police centre, which were requirements of the tender, as well as a 310,000 sq ft retail and commercial component.

2) The modest comeback of collective sales has kept up with the sale of Raintree Gardens in Potong Pasir for $334.2 million, after more than five developers bid for the site.

Many unit owners of the 175-unit privatised HUDC estate will walk away with about $1.9 million per unit, which is a premium of almost 90 per cent over the last transaction price of about $1.1 million this year.

After years of relative stagnation in the market, this is the third collective sale this year, after the blockbuster $638 million sale of Shunfu Ville in May and the 14-unit sale of Harbour View Gardens in August for $33.25 million. The latest sale was brokered by real estate firm JLL.

The deal was struck yesterday, after the requisite more than 80 per cent of owners consented. The public tender was launched on Sept 1, with a reserve price of $315 million.

Mr Aaron Wan, a member of the collective sale committee and an associate director at ERA, said it was "phenomenal" there were so many bids. The committee had not expected such a good response. "For each of us to be getting about $1.9 million hits the sweet spot," he said. His parents bought the unit for about $600,000 in the late 90s, he added.

It was a case of beginner's luck for Raintree Gardens, as the collective sale is its first attempt. It was privatised in July 2014.

The Straits Times understands that the top three bidders had very competitive bids, with a margin of about 1 per cent among the trio. UVD (Projects), a joint venture of UOL Group and United Industrial Corporation, won the day as it had responded quickly and was open to favourable terms for the sellers.

Mr Liam Wee Sin, UOL deputy group chief executive, said the acquisition was part of its land-banking strategy. "The location also allows us to ride on the Bidadari story," he said, citing upcoming developments at nearby Bidadari estate.

UVD is looking to develop the 201,405 sq ft site to house about 750 units. Overall, it is paying about $797 per sq ft per plot ratio (psf ppr), including the premium paid to top up the lease to a fresh 99 years and for redevelopment of the site to a gross plot ratio of 2.8.

Mr Ong Kah Seng, director of R'ST Research, said he was not surprised by the keen interest, as developers are "running low in land inventory and thirsty for land". They are also keen on the Potong Pasir area, as new developments and retail are set to energise the area, he said. The price was slightly high but realistic, he said, calling it a "price bearing a little optimism".

"Collective sales are making a comeback," he said, adding that more contractor-developers will actively look for city fringe sites to acquire via collective sales.

3) Woodleigh Lane site exceeds expectations with S$700.7m top bid

Top bid of S$1,110 psf ppr expected to lead to sale price of about S$1,800 psf

A RESIDENTIAL site at Woodleigh Lane near Bidadari housing estate is the latest to draw aggressive bidding.

This time, 15 bidders took part, with CEL Unique Development, a joint venture between Chip Eng Seng, Heeton and KSH, putting in the highest bid of S$700.7 million, which translates to about S$1,110 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr).

Keen competition was evident, with a tight margin of 0.8 per cent between the first and second bids. The top four bids were also all neck-and-neck with a tight 3.6 per cent margin. A total of five bids came in at above S$1,000 psf ppr.

Analysts say the tender price works out to a breakeven price of S$1,500-1,600 psf, and an eventual sale price of about S$1,800 psf.

Currently, units at nearby new developments are selling at far below that. Poiz Residences and Forest Woods were both transacting at a median price of just under S$1,400 psf in May this year.

A year ago, a psf ppr price figure of above S$1,000 would have caused jaws to drop, but this is gradually becoming a norm in recent tenders.

Woodleigh Lane Condo tenders

In June, Singapore Press Holdings and Kajima Development put in a top bid that translated to S$1,181 psf ppr for a mixed-use Bidadari site.

In May, Hong Kong's Logan Property and Chinese developer Nanshan Group put in a bid that works out to S$1,050 psf ppr for a Stirling Road plot. Both this and SPH's bid carried a total quantum above S$1 billion.

Listed Chip Eng Seng and KSH said in disclosures that they plan to build a condominium comprising 16-storey residential blocks on the Woodleigh site, with a total of over 800 units.

Corson and Wingjoy Investment, units of Keppel Land and Wing Tai respectively, put in the second highest bid of S$695 million, or about S$1,101 psf ppr.

City Developments' Verwood Holdings paired up with Logan Property to put in the third highest bid of S$688.1 million, or about S$1,090 psf ppr.

Desmond Sim, head of CBRE Research, Singapore and South East Asia, called the results "unsurprising", as the site had been identified as a high-profile one from the start, being located right beside Woodleigh MRT station and within the up-and-coming Bidadari precinct.

Besides, market sentiment has been picking up for some time now, and developers have been keen to restock their land bank with key development sites in order to keep their businesses running, he said.

Ong Teck Hui, national director for research and consultancy at JLL, said: "The bidding war for residential sites has escalated further in this tender, driven by bidders' determination to secure this attractive site in a market that is potentially recovering."

Indeed, many analysts are anticipating a bottoming-out of the market at the end of this year, and for residential prices to appreciate again starting 2018.

Christine Li, director of research at Cushman & Wakefield added that the tender results show that when a choice city-fringe site is up for sale, there will be no shortage of interest.

Asked if the current land bidding behaviour will undo the effects of property cooling measures, Mr Sim from CBRE said it is difficult for the government to gauge the amount of state land to release for sale, because if it were to attempt to do so, it could easily tip the balance over and create an oversupply situation - a repeat of what happened in 2012.

"One factor that could keeps the property market in check is the resale market. If the resale market finds it hard to match its prices with those in the new home sale market, this could attract some demand going to the resale market instead in the future."

Meanwhile, aggressive bidding in land tenders has already pushed some developers into the private en bloc market.

"With the imbalance between demand for land and the number of development sites available in the government land sales programme, we will likely see more collective sales committees being formed in older estates. More developers will probably seek this avenue as an option for replenishing land banks," Mr Sim said.

At last week's Real Estate Developers' Association seminar, some industry players described the compounding effect of aggressive land bidding, saying that since there can only be one winner for a site, each tender exercise leaves a large amount of capital on the sidelines waiting to be deployed into the next land parcel, thus feeding an upward spiral.

Source: Straits Times 2017


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