The 460-unit Dairy Farm Residences, that held its official launch on the weekend of Nov 23 and 24, sold 35 from 80 units, according to programmer United Engineers Ltd (UEL).
The components sold include a mixture of 2 -, three- and four-bedders, at a range of 1,550 psf to $1,650 psf.
The profile of buyers were largely those living in the western part of Singapore, says UEL.
Dairy Farm Residences marks the first new condominium offering in the Dairy Farm area as The Skywoods was launched in 2013. Developed by a consortium of three recorded real estate players — Hock Lian Seng Holdings, King Wan Corp and TA Corp — it was finished in 2016 and is totally marketed to date.
Apartment layouts offered comprise pre-assembled units from 624 to 775 sq feet, three-bedroom units from 915 into 1,313 sq feet, and four-bedroom apartments from 1,324 into 1,475 sq ft.