Affinity at Serangoon Benefits From Future Cross Island Line Location

Following the announcement that the future Cross Island Line with Serangoon North MRT station will be within walking distance, buyers realized that the new condominium is undervalued and an excellent investment.

Singapore - September 17, 2019 / / —

Affinity at Serangoon Condominium is pleased to announce that the location of the new condo development has made it a popular choice when linked to the location of the future Cross Island Line with the Serangoon North MRT station. The transportation hub will be within easy walking distance of the new condo project. Soon after the release of the announcement about The Cross Island Line, thirty units of the Affinity condo were sold. Since then, there have been consistent monthly sales, reaching 600 units sold (70 per cent).

More information is available at https://www.affinitys-atserangoon.com

Readers are encouraged not to wait and miss the buying opportunity while the price is still attractive. The latest Affinity at Serangoon price and balance of units can be checked on the official website, which is continuously updated. Oxley Holdings developed the condo project led consortium. As an SGX-listed developer, when more than ten years of track record across twelve countries, Oxley has an impressive portfolio in residential, commercial and industrial development. Their signature residential developments in Singapore include KAP Residences, NeWest, Devonshire and Cityscape.

The condo development was formerly known as Serangoon Ville and is located along Serangoon North Ave 1 within walking distance to the upcoming Cross Island Line. The location makes the mature estate popular for its excellent connectivity, and convenient lifestyle helps such as shopping, food and beverage establishment and schools. New employment hubs, according to the URA Masterplan, will be bringing jobs closer to homes.

The new condo development consists of 1052 units with unit types from one to five-bedroom layouts. In total, there are 1012 apartment units, 40 strata-titled landed houses and five consumer shops. There are 88 facilities in the island-inspired and lavish finishings reminiscent of an extravagant resort.

Appointments to view the Affinity Show flat is available online and recommended to avoid disappointment due to closed hours.

More information is available at Affinity at Serangoon Condominium

Contact Info:
Name: Affinity at Serangoon Official Sales team
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Organization: Affinity at Serangoon Condominium
Address: 28 Serangoon North Avenue 1, Singapore 55434
Phone: +65 61003681
Website: https://www.affinitys-atserangoon.com/

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