Pasir Ris One DBSS launches today

By Romesh Navaratnarajah: Property developer SingXpress Land has unveiling its latest DBSS (Design, Build and Sell Scheme) project called Pasir Ris One (pictured), offering 447 units spread across four 13- and 14-storey blocks.

"Pasir Ris One stands out for its emphasis on design which is intended to imbue a sense of privacy within the home and the surrounding facilities as well as being one with nature," said Chan Tung Moe, Executive Director at SingXpress Land.

Located in Pasir Ris, the development is within close proximity to Pasir Ris Town Park, White Sands Shopping Mall and Hai Sing Catholic School. It is also well-connected to Tampines Expressway, Pasir Ris MRT station and Bus Interchange.

The project's design is based on "the contextual surrounding and is intended to offer home dwellers an environment of calm repose with its intimate spaces surrounded by greenery that is much desired in public housing," said Ng Hoe Theong from AGA Architects, the design firm behind Pasir Ris One.

The 103 three-room units are priced between S$390,000 and S$490,000 while the 237 four-room units and 107 five-bedders start from S$550,000 and S$650,000 respectively.

Chan Heng Fai, Managing Director of SingXpress Land, said: "We are confident that with the strong focus in design and ideal location of Pasir Ris One will enable the project to be well-received."

Meanwhile, the sales gallery and showflats are located at Pasir Ris Drive 1/Pasir Ris Central. Applications start today and end on 2nd May. Related Stories:New EC launches in Yishun

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