75% of Sky Eden@Bedok units sold on first day of launch

Units are priced from $1,937 psf, with a two-bedroom unit starting from $1.31 million. PHOTO: FRASERS PROPERTY
The Sky Eden@Bedok condominium units were sold at an average price of $2,100 per sq ft during their launch. PHOTO: FRASERS PROPERTY

SINGAPORE - About three-quarters of all units at Sky Eden@Bedok condominium were sold at an average price of $2,100 per sq ft (psf) during its launch on Wednesday.

A total of 118 units of the 158-unit mixed-use development, which is the first residential launch in Bedok Town Centre in 10 years, were sold.

All two-bedroom units were fully sold, developer Frasers Property said on Thursday morning.

Ms Lorraine Shiow, acting chief operating officer of Singapore residential at Frasers Property, said the development's accessible location in a mature estate proved to be a huge draw for buyers.

"Moreover, home buyers appreciate the property's proximity to thriving economic hubs in Changi and Paya Lebar, which are set to undergo further rejuvenation and add more vibrancy to Singapore's East," she added.

The 99-year leasehold development comprises two- to four-bedroom units ranging from 657 sq ft to 1,302 sq ft, and will have 12 shops on the ground floor.

Units are priced from $1,937 psf, with a two-bedroom unit starting from $1.31 million.

Huttons Asia senior director of research Lee Sze Teck said the buyers were mostly Singaporean who bought for investment.

“The buyers saw the potential of Sky Eden@Bedok as it is located near an MRT station, has plenty of amenities and is close to major employment centres,” he added.

Schools such as Red Swastika School, Yu Neng Primary School and Temasek Junior College are located within 1km of the condominium.

PropNex Realty chief executive Ismail Gafoor said pent-up demand drove sales at the project as it was the second major new launch in the outside central region (OCR) this year.

“The majority of buyers served by PropNex salespersons are Singaporeans and most of them are in their 30s and 40s,” he said.

He added that the limited unsold stock in the mass market should continue to support demand for new homes in the OCR, including Lentor Modern in Ang Mo Kio, which opened for previews last week.

Sky Eden@Bedok is a redevelopment of the former Bedok Point shopping mall that opened in 2010.

Frasers Property had purchased Bedok Point from real estate investment trust Frasers Centrepoint Trust for $108 million in 2020.

Other new condos this year have sold well at launch.

At AMO Residence, the first major private residential project in Ang Mo Kio in more than eight years, 98 per cent of units were sold during its launch in July.

In May, Piccadilly Grand in Farrer Park saw 77 per cent of its units sold on its launch weekend, while at Liv@MB in the Mountbatten area, more than 75 per cent of its units were sold on the launch weekend.

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