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Parc Centros condominium to offer 5-bedroom units

Friday, Jul 13, 2012
AsiaOne

Parc Centros condominium to offer 5-bedroom units

SINGAPORE - Wee Hur Holdings is set to launch the Parc Centros condominium, its largest residential development to date, in Punggol Central on July 21.

In a filing on the Singapore Exchange yesterday, the property development and construction firm said Parc Centros will be the first condominium to offer five-bedroom apartments in the area. It comprises 618 units and is located near the Punggol MRT station.

Parc Centros will offer one to five-bedroom apartments and penthouse units, with an average price of $950 psf. The 99-year leasehold property will consist of eight 16-storey blocks.

Parc Centros condominium to be launched on July 21

By Wong Siew Ying | Posted: 12 July 2012 1912 hrs
CNA

SINGAPORE: Singapore-listed Wee Hur Holdings is set to launch the Parc Centros condominium, its largest residential development to date, in Punggol Central on July 21.

In a filing on the Singapore Exchange on Thursday, the property development and construction firm said Parc Centros will be the first condominium to offer five-bedroom apartments in the surrounding area of Punggol.

The project comprises 618 units and is located near the Punggol MRT station. Wee Hur said Parc Centros offers one to five-bedroom apartments as well as penthouse units, with an average price of S$950 per square foot.

The 99-year leasehold property consists of eight blocks of 16-storey buildings.

The developer said the showflat which is located at Punggol Central will be open to the public from 2pm on July 21.

Parc Centros is expected to be ready in December 2016.

- CNA/fa

Pilot energy project at Punggol

The New Paper

Saturday, Jun 30, 2012

One block in Punggol HDB estate may well hold the answer to household energy efficiency in the future.

In the next one to two months, 10 homes at Block 109C, Edgedale Plains, will be invited to install a new home energy management system, which aims to increase energy efficiency at home, reported Channel News Asia.

The system includes a smart phone application that indicates a household's monthly electricity consumption. Users will also be able to control their air-conditioners, even when they are not at home.

The project is a collaboration between Panasonic and government agencies, such as the Housing and Development Board, the Energy Market Authority and the Economic Development Board.

Mr Tan Chee Sim, senior principal engineer at the HDB Building Research Institute, said: "By giving the residents their consumption pattern and adding a dollar sign to it, it (the system) actually tells them how much they are paying. I think if they lower it, …