Cape Royale in Sentosa to be launched for sale, 9 years after completion

Hopeful buyers for the 302 units in the leasehold condominium project were put on hold when it was completed in 2013. PHOTOS: JASON QUAH, HO BEE LAND
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SINGAPORE - Units at the upmarket Cape Royale on Sentosa island will soon be up for sale - nine years after the luxury development was built.

Hopeful buyers for the 302 units in the leasehold condominium project were put on hold when it was completed in 2013 because developers IOI Properties and Ho Bee Land decided to rent out the apartments as sale prices had started falling following two rounds of property cooling measures that year.

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