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Parc Botannia Project Bid Announced – Goes To Wee Hur & Sing Development

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“Parc Botannia is a brand new condominium to be jointly developed by Sing Development and Wee Hur development in Singapore. The project was tendered official on September 27th, with a winning bid of S$287.1 million. The Singapore Government has deemed this project as a step towards expanding the North-East Area of Singapore, in Fernvale Road at Sengkang.”

The residents of Sengkang have exciting news coming their way with the government masterplan. Parc Botannia, a brand new condominium project, is to be jointly developed by Sing Development and Wee Hur Development.

According to the local government, the project was tendered official on September 27th, with a winning bid of S$287.1 million. Following close behind is China’s Constructions proposal of S$287.09 million. The Housing Development Board foresee this as a positive outlook of the North-East Area of Singapore to evolve into a well-equipped sub-city on its own.

To accommodate the rising new population growth and housing requirements, this development offers 735 units across a variety of 1 to 5 bedroom, with 17,196.4 meters squared, a maximum gross floor area of 51,590 meters squared, and an accompanying 99 years leasehold.

Wee Hur Holdings LTD is one of the developers working on the Parc Botannia Condo. They have been creating housing residences in Singapore since their establishment in 1980. In January 2008, this company was listed on Singapore’s Exchange Mainboard, holding many years of experience.

Sing Development is another project development company that won the public tender for this project. They have been in existence since 1964, holding over 50 years of experience. This company is well-rounded, dedicated, and has the experience necessary to build an establishment such as this one. Recent developments performed by Sing Development include residential projects such as the BelleRive in Bukit Timah area or Waterwoods project in Punggol.

You may follow the development progress at Parc Botannia: http://parcbotannia-condo.com.sg

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