Ecopolitan EC receives strong response

Over 1,000 buyers have expressed interest for units at the Ecopolitan executive condominium (EC) after e-applications closed on Sunday. The strong demand seen over the past 10 days is the highest recorded so far this year.

Developed by Qingjian Realty (South Pacific) Group, the 512-unit EC located in Punggol has a prime location and good connectivity. It also offers unique features like CoSpace and seven themed-zones that support an eco-inspired lifestyle.

"Punggol has undergone a steady transformation since being earmarked for redevelopment under the Housing Development Board's 'Remaking our Heartlands' programme in 2007," noted Li Jun, General Manager at Qingjian Realty.

"Since Qingjian's first EC project in Punggol in 2008, we have developed a profound understanding of the Punggol community and the needs of our residents over the years. Our previous two EC developments in Punggol, namely River Parc Residence and Waterbay, were also two times over-subscribed when they were first launched and both projects are now fully sold."

Booking of units at Ecopolitan will start on 3 August.Image: Perspective view from the Ecopolitan's new Ecological Moon Deck, overlooking the Lake House and surrounding blocks.

Romesh Navaratnarajah, Senior Editor at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories email romesh@allproperty.com.sg

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