$14m awarded for five research projects

The Ministry of National Development and the National Research Foundation have awarded $14 million in funding to five research projects, out of the 26 white papers submitted for The Clement Canopy the second call for proposals under the Land and Liveability National Innovation Challenge (L2 NIC). “The given projects presented opportunities to use technology to… Read More »

Luxury home hunting takes to the heavens

There is certainly a new way to go luxury house hunting. “We do’t do it for just anybody – they need to be very well-certified,” said Gwen Banta, a Los Angeles-based high-end broker, who has flown customers over US$16 million houses and US$1 1 million in Southern California that was rural. “You get that view… Read More »

Singapore remains most attractive for infrastructure investment

Singapore has retained its standing as most attractive market is ’sed by the world for infrastructure expense, in accordance with the third version of the Worldwide Infrastructure Investment Index, released consultancy company Arcadis and by international design. The city state ranked highly across business, danger, infrastructure and financial indexes, and despite a slightly lower score… Read More »

Developer reach .7mil in extension fees

CapitaLand had received to spend $2.7 million to expand its deadline to market the remaining units at The Interlace. This works out to S$21,000 per 7 psf, noted $ unit or S TODAYonline. Initially, the remaining flats at the 1,040-unit condominium on Depot Street should have been disposed by 13 March, but since paying the… Read More »

Assist minute- own houses that are timers

The Ministry of National Development (MND) revealed yesterday the information on the Fresh Start Housing Scheme, which intends to supply homes for second-timers, or households that previously enjoyed one housing subsidy but now live in public rental flats. Under the scheme, eligible families with school-going children will each be able to obtain a two-room Flexi… Read More »

Singapore home now less appealing to people

While considered a safe industry, Singapore’s recognition with property investors has decreased. Singapore’s appeal being a house investment location for institutional investors has diminished this year, in Australia and Japan, especially when compared with other developed Asia Pacific towns. This decrease in popularity has been related to the property cooling procedures, and the flood in… Read More »

Rochor Centre to be demolished shortly

The four bright coloured housing blocks will probably be demolished to make way for a new expressway. Rochor Centre, a public housing estate in the Bugis place dating back to the 1970s, will soon be demolished by the end of this year to make way for the new North-South Expressway. Constructed in 1977, it consists… Read More »

S P Setia Berhad – Business Review

S P Setia Berhad is recognised as Malaysia’s leading listed real estate player using a proven reputation for innovation-driven and standard-setting developments. The strength of the Group lies in its prowess in creating purposeful environments according to its development philosophy of Live Learn Work Play. The developer has constructed a solid foundation in Malaysia offering… Read More »