1. Readers are advised to use information available here as study guide only and use it at your own risk.
2. Please note that changes/ update based on updated information will be made from time to time, readers are advised to check on this page regularly.
3. Analysis was done based on available data at the time of this review being published
How to use this preliminary analysis?
1. This analysis is curated for homeowners who need to have a basic understanding of the new launches attributes before deciding to register for one as you only have 2 chances to do so (conditions applied).
2. Our analysis cover potential west sun impact, potential prevailing wind exposure, viewing angle, potential noise disturbance as well as building distance. Our analysis is backed by data to substantiate our findings.
3. Homeowners can manage their expectations base on our individual attributes score OR total score.
Example 1, you only need to know about the west sun exposure, the score is 2 out 4. If the current subscription is already more than 4x and your chance of getting a unit with no west sun impact is 50% (2 out of 4). Then you will need to weight if you want to take the chance since high subscription may not give you that 50 percentile Q which you need, to get a unit with no west sun exposure (assuming no drop out for first 50% Q).
Example 2, you are not sure between 2 developments at 2 different towns. 1 total score 10 out of 20, current subscription rate 4.0; another score of 12 out of 20, current subscription rate of 1.5. Then the development with a score 12 out of 20 and lower subscription rates will give you a higher chance of getting a better Q number and to get better unit with good attributes.
Queenstown is currently undergoing what we termed as Urban Renewal. If you are all excited about Queen’s Arc , wait till we tell you that this launch is only less than 5% of the new development which has been planned by URA within the Queenstown planning area. Queenstown planning area consist of 15 planning subzone, Queen’s Arc is under Queensway planning subzone while the Dawson is under the Margaret Drive subzone. There will be plenty of new development from Tanglin Halt, Margaret Drive, Commonwealth, Ulu Pandan, Singapore Polytechnic, One North as well as Queensway subzone. All these sites have been slated for residential purpose to be developed before year 2029.
"Really satisfied with the entire process - Soon Ching walked us through our options with evidence to back his suggestions and took the time to explain the rationale behind livability conditions of certain apartments. Would highly recommend his services for new home-buyers!"
Dr. Joel Arun | Resident Doctor, CGH | SoBF Queenstown 3-rm 2021
We rate this development with an overall score of 11 out of 20
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