One Holland Village Residences set for launch on 30 November

Units will be priced between $2,400 - $3,500 psf across 3 different types of residences

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One Holland Village Residences will be officially launched this Saturday, 30 November and selected units will be put up for sale.

The entire development offers a total of 296 private homes across 3 residential towers – Sereen (34-storey), Quincy Private Residences (28-storey), and Leven (3-storey with roof terrace).

The units at One Holland Village Residences will be priced within a range of $2,400 to $3,500 psf. The price will vary according to the type of residence.

First of all, the Sereen tower comprises 248 apartment units in total. It comprises 1-bedroom units to 3-bedroom units; sizes between 484 sq ft to 1,098 sq ft.

On the other hand, the Quincy tower will have 27 luxury apartment units located between the 21st – 28th storey. They are all either 3-bedroom or 4-bedroom units with sizes ranging between 1,238 sq ft to 3,358 sq ft.

In addition, there will also be a 3,488 sq ft penthouse for sale on the Quincy tower.

Below the residences from the 1st to 19th storey, the Quincy tower will house 225-key serviced residences.

The low-rise Leven will have a total of 21 apartment units. They are all 2-bedroom units with sizes ranging from 807 sq ft to 1,087 sq ft.

These 296 residential units and the serviced apartments will make up the residential component of the mixed-use project named as One Holland Village.

That is to say, the entire project will consist of a commercial zone. It will have office, retail and communal spaces as well.

One Holland Village sits on a 247,215 sq ft site along Holland Village Way and is on 99-year leasehold tenure.

The commercial zone is expected to be completed by the 2nd quarter of 2022. Meanwhile, the residential component is expected to be done by the 4th quarter of 2024.

The tender for the site was heavily contested back in 2018 as it drew a total of 15 bids.

Singapore property consultants noted that the Holland Village precinct hasn’t had any new retail projects for a long time. Hence, the One Holland Village project couldn’t come at a better time.

Moreover, they mentioned that this new development will help boost human traffic and footfall within the area as there will be more retail options for the consumers in the future.