FREEHOLD boutique development Baywind Residences at Telok Kurau is slated to start showflat previews on Saturday (May 14), with guide prices from below S$2 million.
Developed by Baywind Properties, a consortium comprising construction group Lim Wen Heng (LWH) Holdings and mainboard-listed ABR Holdings, the 5-storey development comprises a total of 24 units.
The 3-bedroom flats range from 969 square feet (sq ft) to 1,066 sq ft, with a starting guide price of S$2,038 per square foot (psf) or a quantum below S$2 million. The 4-bedders which span between 1,270 sq ft and 1,313 sq ft start from S$1,953 psf or about S$2.5 million.
“Since the Covid-19 pandemic, urban living has evolved, and people now crave for more space within their homes. Every unit type comes with a universal space that can be used as a study room or home office, a hobby room or an expansion to the main living area,” said Baywind Properties director Jason Lin.
Baywind Residences joins a pipeline of properties to launch in District 15 in the east this month, including Bukit Sembawang Estates’ Marine Parade project Liv@MB and K16 Developments’ Atlassia in Joo Chiat.
The 99-year-leasehold Liv@MB started previews last weekend and drew crowds of over 4,000 people to its showflat. The Arthur Road project has 298-units ranging from 1- to 4-bedroom flats.
Indicative prices start from $2,190 psf for a 495 sq ft 1-bedroom unit. 2-bedders starting from 624 sq ft are priced upwards of $2,292 psf; 3-bedders from 1,119 sq ft start at $2,080 psf; 4-bedroom units which span between 1,518 sq ft and 1,668 sq ft start at $2,233 psf.
Another freehold boutique project launching previews on May 14 is Atlassia, with 31 apartments spread across 9 units of conservation shophouses. It will house 1- to 5-bedroom units ranging from 509 sq ft to 2,692 sq ft, as well as boutique shops and restaurants. Units of Atlassia are expected to draw an average price of S$2,000 psf.