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- Please note that changes/ update based on available information will be made from time to time, readers are advised to check on this page regularly.
- Analysis was done based on available data at the time of publishing of this review.
- As each and every unit has it's own attributes, analysis shown here only represent the majority units in the stacks having the same attribute including sun, wind, view, distance etc.
- This development consists of 570 residential units with commercial component of eating house, minimarket and shops at MSCP block. The land itself is about 3ha with plot ratio of 2.8. By the time this development completed, residents should be able to access new amenities along East Brooks @ Canberra.
- This development will be the last few plots of development within this enclave which consists of East Crown @ Canberra, East Wave @ Canberra, East Lace @ Canberra, East Bank @ Canberra, East Brook @ Canberra, East Lawn @ Canberra, East Creek @ Canberra and mixed development of East Link I and II @ Canberra next to Canberra MRT (NS12) which is currently under construction. This development is about 500m away from the Canberra MRT, it’s considered within walking distance.
- This development is sited next to the Simpang land reserve which is slated for future development. If you buy now, price may or may not appreciate due to inflation and hopefully the former due to potential of Simpang. But when Simpang started to take shape, you may need to endure long term environmental impact from extensive construction works at Simpang which includes earth work and building work. Sungei Simpang Kiri which is more like a huge drain than a stream as the name goes occupied 2 sides of this development. There are also massive existing B2 land use buildings to the south of East Delta @ Canberra.
- The site was interestingly layout to break away from normal mundane rigid and regimented blocks arrangement. The curving part of the blocks will create bigger space between blocks to allow for better breathing space. Due to site constraint, there will be stacks which will be short on the spatial attributes. Not much details being shared on how the drainage reserve will be design, if HDB or N Park can fully utilize this plot of land, this development can be a lot better and presentable as compare to current state.
- We won’t dwell much into the amenities as you can access all these data from government website apart from all the info given in the HDB site plan and website.
- In terms of pricing comparison, we have in our database record for most units (except rental units if any) for East Crown @ Canberra (2014), East Wave @ Canberra (2013), East Lace @ Canberra (2014), East Bank @ Canberra (2013), East Brook @ Canberra (2013), East Lawn @ Canberra (2013), East Creek @ Canberra (2016) and mixed development of East Link I and II @ Canberra (2015) to give you a better idea of how price on each level should be rather than comparing on average pricing or range bound which doesn’t give an accurate representation and leading to future losses. East Link I and II @ Canberra (2015) will be too close to Canberra MRT and will not give a clear reflection of price movement. Based on what we have, price have not been consistence and knowing the price will give you upper hand to pick the best bet for future upside.
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