Are you looking for an executive condominium in Singapore? If you are looking for information about the new leasehold development located at Sengkang Singapore, then you have come to the right place. Rivercove residences are the new condominiums that are being developed by the Hoi Hup Realty Company. The developer has been credited for developing similar projects in Singapore. They have received numerous awards since they started in 1983. This residence will have a total of 635 units. The residences are expected to attract many home buyers especially from the Northern Eastern area of Singapore. This is a serene living environment for your whole family.
Second Highest Bid from Wee Hur Development
The site receives great interest and the second highest bid came from Wee Hur Development at S$235 million (or S$346.30 psf ppr). There were other developers which came in for the bid as well sych as Robert Kuok’s Allgreen Properties which submitted a top bid of S$226.90 million (or S$334.37 psf ppr). City Developments’ unit Bellevue Properties was also interested in the property as well but they have submitted a very low bid of S$176 million or S$259.36 psf ppr. Analyst note that this was the highest number of bidders for an EC site since the tender for a Yuan Ching Road site at Jurong. It was ideally sited next to the Jurong Lake District.
Rivercove Residences Anchorvale Lane Fernvale
Rivercove residences are strategically located between Anchorvale lane and Sengkang area. It is well positioned near several amenities like Seletar Mall plus other recreational centers. This is a prime location for all those who are aspiring to buy new homes. There are several food joints like Jalan Kayu Eateries where you can satisfy your cravings for food. There are various coffee shops and restaurants that are located inside the shopping malls. There are several social amenities located near the residence including:
• Pei Hwa Secondary School
• Nan Chiau Primary School
• Nan Chiau High School
• Shopping malls
• Compass One Mall
• Fernvale Point