Searching for your dream home is a demanding job – it takes time and patience, not to mention the fact that it has to be within your budget. Sometimes it can seem like nowhere is good enough – that property is reasonably priced, but only has one bedroom. That property has two or three bedrooms but costs an arm and a leg. One particular issue that’s becoming more and more common is the standard of the area.
Seaside Residence Seaview Units in Demand
Fortunately, Frasers Centrepoint Homes have a solution in the form of their new condo, Seaside Residences. A condo, short for condominium, is a type of real estate. A large building is divided into apartments or units as they’re called and let out individually. Situated on Siglap road, Singapore, there was originally much interest in that seemingly sought-after plot of land that the condo will be based upon, Frasers managed to come out on top and now plan to erect a new 900 unit building that could very well become the new face of real estate in Singapore.
Seaside Residences Siglap Seaview Condo
This will be Singapore’s first new condo in sixteen years, and Frasers appear to be all set to make a big splash in real estate, especially since Seaside Residences’ planned location boasts a spectacular and unsurpassed view of the Eastern Coast, which was undoubtedly a contributing factor to the vast number of bids on the land. Other reasons could include its practicality – there are at least six academic institutions in the immediate vicinity, plus four other tourist attractions.
There isn’t much information on the condo’s floor plans as of yet, but they look promising so far. Up to four-bedroom units will be available, although only units on floor 6 and above will have access to an unimpeded view of the East Coast. Units that are unblock with seaview will be in demand as there are not many condos in Singapore with unblock seaview.
Seaside Residences East Coast Unblock Units in Demand
The Site Plans are even more impressive. According to the Frasers Centrepoint Homes website, a whole host of activities and facilities will be available on site. This includes a tennis court, an indoor gym and of course, a swimming pool. Of course, Centrepoint Homes will incur additional costs in order to supply the tennis and gym equipment, plus to chlorinate and heat the pool and pay lifeguard wages, but it could all be worth it if the condo does well to attract attention.
And it’s hard to see how it could not do well. Real estate is a vastly untapped source of business in Singapore, at least for the last sixteen years, and Frasers have boldly been the first ones to get back into the business. The future looks very bright for them.