Irwell Hill Residences by City Developments Ltd
Singapore’s prime district 09, in the well loved River Valley precinct on Irwell Hill, is City Development Ltd’s GLS acquisition of the 137,632 sqft of prime residential land parcel along Irwell Bank Road.
Irwell Hill Residences is within walking distance to the upcoming Great World MRT Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line.
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Imbued with a sense of progressiveness, Irwell Hill Residences is designed for modern living set against a backdrop of a lush landscape where one can enjoy the finer things in life. With heritage raintrees conserved and seamlessly integrated within its two towers,
Irwell Hill Residences is where one can live better amidst nature while seeking respite even in the heart of one of Asia’s most cosmopolitan cities. Future-forward and designed for those who delight in contemporary comfort, this development is set to be a new icon of premium luxury in prime District 9, at a new address created for the distinguished few.
Info accurate as at 17 June 2021
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|Project :||Irwell Hill Residences|
|Developer :||City Developments Ltd|
|Address :||Blk 2&6, Irwell Hill (D9)|
|Tenure :||L99 yrs from Apr 2020|
|No of Units :||2 Blocks of 36 storeys with 540 units condominium|
|Site Area :||approx 137,634 sqft|
|Est T.O.P :||30 Sept 2026|
|Unit Mix :||Studio / 1br+S / 2br / 3br / 4br / PH|
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JAN 10, 2020, 5:00
CDL top bidder for Irwell Bank Rd housing site
31 October 2019
URA launches tender for Irwell Bank Road residential site
The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) has launched a residential site at Irwell Bank Road for sale by public tender, it said on Thursday (Oct 31).
The site spans an area of 12,789 square metres (sq m) with a gross floor area of 35,809 sq m.
The 99-year leasehold site can yield about 445 residential units, with a maximum building height of 36 storeys.
It is located within a well-established residential area surrounded by existing condominum developments such as The Cosmopolitan and OUE Twin Peak. According to the SRX real estate portal, nearby freehold condo The Cosmopolitan’s last transacted sale in June was at a price of $2,341 per square foot.
The site is near River Valley Primary School, ISS International School and Dimensions International College, and is a few minutes’ walk from the Orchard Road shopping and entertainment belt and Great World City.
It is also within walking distance of the future Great World City MRT Station.
The Irwell Bank Road site was launched under the confirmed list of the government land sales (GLS) programme for the second half of 2019.
Tender for the site closes at 12 noon on Jan 9, 2020, the same deadline for a Jalan Bunga Rampai residential GLS site launched for sale in August.
Tricia Song, head of research for Singapore, Colliers International, said the top bid for the Irwell Bank Road site could be in the $650 million to $680 million range.
That works out to $1,700-1770 psf per plot ratio (ppr), similar to the $1,732.55 psf ppr for the Jiak Kim Street GLS site (Riviere), which was awarded to Frasers Centrepoint in December 2017.
The Irwell Bank Road site is the most appealing out of the GLS slate for the second half of 2019, and will “attract developers who are keen to add a rare, sizeable residential site in the prime District 9 to their development pipeline”, said Ms Song. “However, given the relatively large quantum required, we expect the tender for the site to be cautious, attracting four to six bids, in line with the average five bids for residential sites costing over $300 million since the cooling measures were implemented in July 2018,” she added.
She said that developers will likely take their cue from the performance of the 455-unit Riviere, which is about 600 metres away. It has sold 45 units at a median price of $2,850 psf since its May 2019 launch. Martin Modern, another GLS site in District 9, has sold 353 units or 78 per cent of its total 450 units since its launch in July 2017.
Prices at Martin Modern have risen steadily from $2,152 psf at launch to over $2,600 psf currently, said Ms Song.
The Straits Times
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City Developments Limited (CDL) has been Singapore’s property pioneer since 1963. It is a Singapore listed international property and hotel conglomerate involved in real estate development and investment, hotel ownership and management, facilities management and the provision of hospitality solutions.
With an extensive network of more than 300 subsidiaries and associated companies under its wings, the Group currently owns and manages a solid portfolio of residential and investment properties, including hotels. CDL’s network spans 80 locations across 20 countries, including Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America and New Zealand/Australia. Its China division and wholly owned subsidiary, CDL China Limited, has been strategically making inroads in China’s key cities.
In Singapore, CDL has established a remarkable track record of having developed over 22,000 luxurious and quality homes catering to a wide range of market segments. As one of Singapore’s biggest landlords, it owns over 7 million square feet lettable area of office, industrial, retail, residential and hotel space locally and globally. The Group possesses one of the largest land banks amongst private developers in Singapore, with over 3.6 million square feet that has the vast potential of being developed into over 9 million square feet of gross floor area.
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