1,200 Visitors Flocked The Landmark Preview

The Landmark, a Thirty Nine Floors housing intention found in the strong heritage Outram Vicinity, brought in nearly 1,200 prospects during its own preview within the weekend break.

Formed by Landmark JV, an alliance amongst MCC Singapore, SSLE Development plus ZACD Group, the development includes 396 units of one to 3 bedroom houses, with dimensions extending from 495sq ft by getting a 1 bedroom to 1,141 sq ft for a three bed rooms.

“We view the turnout at the opening preview weekend break to be tremendously stimulating especially in view of necessary reliable control proceedings that set a capacity on the most permitted level of customers within the transactions gallery plus show rooms at any time. Every available appointment slots for the 2 saturday and sunday openings were fully taken up,” shared a speaker of The Landmark.

Notably, the property developers supplied nine viewing vacancies that commenced from 0900 to 2200 hours accross the saturday and sunday.

“Although visitorship is lessened because of the several reliable monitoring efforts, the more workable audience actually helped us to take care of potential homebuyers with further excellent marketing chance as well as focus,” said the spokesman.

He took note that the added initiative for the people to obtain prior bookings “can generate more equipped buyers”.

“Our experts see this refreshed ‘tradition’ operating in realtor business gallery functions being a better as well as beyond advantageous method in regard to buyer engagement moving the period of time in advance,” the speaker said further.

The Landmark also has 3 underground of car park in addition to around sixty lifestyle services through 5 levels.

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The property development is found around the border of the Central Business District, on the northern base of Pearl’s Hill City Park and near the Singapore River.

It is set to accomplish Temporary Occupation Permit in first quarter of 2025.


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