Regardless of the coronavirus outbreak, Wing Tai Asia marketed 70 percent or over 360 of its 522 units due to their most recent condominium project, The Mthroughout the weekend.
The units had been sold at an average cost of $2,450 per sq ft (psf).
Vast majority of the buyers were Singaporeans in their 30s and 40s, including both shareholders and owner-occupiers, shown Stacey Ow Yeong, Head of Marketing in Wing Tai Property Management.
“Many of these were attracted to The M’s prime place in the Ophir-Rochor Corridor that is quickly transforming into a lively, mixed-use and car-lite district, our distinctive work-life design theory and our fair pricing,” she noticed.
More than 2,000 people flocked to The M’s revenue gallery as it opened to the general public on 15 to 16 February.
To be sure the well-being of customers, various safety and health precautions were put up including hourly cleanup of their revenue gallery, set of contact information, temperature screening and restricting the amount of people inside at any 1 point in time.
The M includes three 20-storey towers and a single six-storey tower.
The studio and one-bedders include a publication Home/Work layout concept, permitting the living spaces to be changed into workspaces.
“Unique design components include a multi-function vanity for entertainment and dining which may be transformed into a work desk, along with a sliding wardrobe which doubles up as workspace storage option,” stated Wing Tai.
A brief stroll into the City Hall, Bugis and Esplanade MRT stations, The M is situated close to shopping malls, airports and healthcare centers within the central business district.
The M is intended for completion in the first quarter of 2024.