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Sing Holdings buys Robin Road site for $52m in collective sale

The collective sale of a 16-unit apartment located at Robin Road has gone through for $52 million, says property consulting firm Credo Real Estate. The winning bid came from Sing Holdings, which vied for the two 4-storey block apartment that forms part of four adjoining properties. Ms Yong Choon Fah, Executive Director of Credo Real Estate, said: "More than 80 per cent of the owners at 2 to 8 Robin Road...

Robin Star sold to Sing Holdings for S$47m

A 10-unit boutique development at Robin Road, off Bukit Timah Road, has been sold to Sing Holdings for S$47 million. Credo Real Estate said all the owners at the development, known as Robin Star, penned their agreement to the collective sale by private treaty. The land area measures some 24,360 square feet. Under the 2008 Master Plan, the site is zoned for residential development up to a Gross Plot Ratio...

Sing Holdings issues earnings warning for Q1 results, expects loss

Property developer Sing Holdings has issued an earnings warning. It says it expects to report a net loss in its first quarter results ending March. In a filing to the Singapore Exchange, Sing Holdings says the loss is due to showflat and marketing expenses for its 229-unit "The Laurels" development. According to the company, sales of 36 per cent of the units at "The Laurels" had been finalised by the...

Sing Holdings to launch freehold BelleRive today

Mainboard-listed property developer and investment group Sing Holdings said it will launch its latest residential development, BelleRive, at 9 Keng Chin Road today. The freehold development is located in District 10, off Bukit Timah Road between Balmoral Road and Robin Road. The 15-storey apartment tower with 51 units will showcase a clean and modern architectural design. Its two and three-bedroom units...

Finland Gardens en bloc sale called off

Developer, majority owners back down. After a string of legal tussles, the Finland Gardens en bloc sale has been called off. Lawyers for residents opposing its sale said a High Court appeal ended yesterday when the majority owners in the 48-unit condo withdrew their petition. Joint-venture developers Sing Holdings and Eastern Summer have also backed off. The duo had thought they successfully bought the...

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