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468x60-pplseachSINGAPORE PROPERTY GENERAL

Property outlook for Asia ‘bright in 2014’

Source: The Straits Times

The improving global outlook will spur property markets across the world next year, with emerging Asian cities such as Manila and Jakarta especially well placed to benefit, said a property consultancy firm. The property consultancy also said investors see the US Federal Reserve’s move to slow its stimulus spending as a signal that the American economy is on the mend. That in turn, it said, will lead to more demand for real estate.

The firm expects global property investment volumes to increase 10 per cent to 15 per cent next year, crossing US$1 trillion (S$1.3 trillion) for the first time since 2007. Global property investments came to US$978 billion this year – up 8.4 per cent from last year.

Investment in the Asia-Pacific rose to US$439.2 billion this year, up a modest 1 per cent to 2 per cent from US$431.6 billion last year, on the back of slower but stable economic growth.

Link to the story:

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/saturday/st/print/1894689


IMG_0584RESIDENTIAL

Healthy interest in ‘retirement resort’ likely

Source: The Straits Times

Buying sentiment in the housing market will be tested in January when Singapore’s first retirement housing project is expected to go on sale. The Hillford in Jalan Jurong Kechil is expected to attract healthy interest despite the sombre mood evident among buyers in recent months.

The Hillford, a 60-year leasehold development, will have 281 units, a 24-hour concierge service and 18 commercial units such as food outlets, a convenience store, clinics and medical facilities. The Bukit Batok and Bukit Timah nature reserves are nearby, as are malls like Beauty World and Bukit Timah Plaza.

“The marrying of modern amenities characteristic of an urban residential area with open spaces of nature uncharacteristic of Singapore is what makes the Jalan Jurong Kechil area unique,” said Ms Chia Siew Chuin, research head of Colliers International. “Potential buyers are likely to be drawn as much to the features of this project as they would be to the… location.”

The development by World Class Land is expected to open its doors to buyers on January 4, while units should go on the market on January 17, property agents said. Preliminary prices indicate that a one-bedder of 398 to 431 sq ft could start at $400,000, or about $1,005 per sq ft (psf). A two-bedder of 506 to 560 sq ft could be at least $500,000, or about $988 psf. Prices of a 657 sq ft two-bedroom dual-key unit will start at $700,000, or $1,065 psf.

Industry experts have noted that the prices are relatively steep for its short lease but Ms Chia said the total price quantum is still affordable for retirees looking to downgrade.

Consultants added that prices in the area have been stable compared with the sharp increases in suburban property value. Ms Chia said median prices of new homes in the area ranged from $752 to $1,623 psf this year and have risen about 1 per cent over the past two years. The Creek @ Bukit Timah was the latest project to be launched, at a median price of $1,620 psf. Median resale prices are up about 12 per cent over the past two years.

A total of 736 new private homes will be completed from 2015 to 2017, according to estimates from a property consultancy firm.

Link to the story:

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/saturday/st/print/1894850

Private property sector likely to stay under pressure in 2014

Source: Today

Analysts say the market dynamics may have changed: A combination of cautious buyers and more homes hitting the market means that prices may stagnate or even fall in 2014.

A property consultant noted that sales volume and prices in the city centre will remain low (and) there may be some drop in prices in the city fringes. While the mass market will be the one holding up, it may be losing steam because the HDB market has slowed.

Developers also have to be mindful of the incoming supply of completed units in the next few years. URA figures showed that the number of private homes that will receive their temporary occupation permits will increase from the estimated 15,824 units this year to 19,302 units next year and eventually 26,355 units in 2016.

Investor sentiment also hinges on macroeconomic factors such as the tapering of America’s stimulus measures, which could potentially cause lending rates here to rise and continue to keep property buyers on the sidelines.

Link to the story:

http://www.todayonline.com/print/375996

Private residential leasing market remains a “tenants’ market” in 2014

Source: Lianhe Zaobao, Saturday, Page 28

Rents for private residential homes remained stable in 2013 on the back of heightened completions and tightened immigration policies. The number of rental transactions remained healthy.

Market watchers believe that 2014 will remain a tenants’ market. Although leasing volume will remain high, rents are expected to flat-line or dip by 4 to 5 per cent. The moderation of rents is likely to persist into the first half of 2015, as new home completions are expected to increase in 2015 and 2016. As supply increases, vacancy rates are also expected to increase. Vacancy rates of islandwide non-landed private residential properties have increased from 5.8 per cent to 7 per cent over the past three quarters. A property consultant expects this to increase to 7.7 per cent in 4Q 2013 and possibly to 8 or 9 per cent by 2014.


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Block 71 – Singapore’s answer to Silicon Valley?

Source: The Business Times

Amid promises by the Media Development Authority (MDA) to preserve Block 71’s sense of community even as some tenants move out after their lease ends next year, there are mixed feelings about the extent of government intervention needed.

Block 71, a factory building in Burona Vista once slated for demolition, was relaunched in April 2011 by MDA, NUS Enterprise and SingTel Innov8 as a one-stop office and incubation space for startups. Today, it houses more than 180 companies comprising startups, incubators and investors.

Some tenants recently expressed concern over MDA’s potential decision to not extend their leases beyond March 31 next year, saying this may break up the community. In response, MDA said that all tenants will get to enjoy a six-month extension option till September 30, 2014. Block 71’s incubators, which are anchors of the ecosystem, will be given an option for renewal beyond September 30, subject to an evaluation framework. Independent start-ups which have not fulfilled their three-year tenancy terms by March 31 can request for a lease extension beyond the date.

MDA is also looking into how it can help these independent start-ups find alternative spaces in the area.

Link to the story:

http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/archive/saturday/print/919766

JTC signals offer of small plots on short tenure beyond Tuas

Source: The Business Times

JTC Corp launched four more small, short-tenure industrial plots in Tuas South on December 27 and said that it would make available small sites in other areas in future industrial government land sales (IGLS) programmes. This is to offer more choices for industrialists looking to custom-build their own facilities. The statutory board did not identify the new areas. The short-tenure, small land parcels in the new areas could be rolled out as early as the second-half 2014 programme.

Some market watchers read JTC’s statement as a signal to end-user industrialists that it would be making sufficient supply of smallish plots for them and that they therefore need not bid aggressively for land to build their facilities and ramp up their cost of doing business in the process.

JTC has been minting small plots on short tenure, as these are less likely to appeal to property developers given the short period to recoup their investment and make returns.

In Tuas South, inclusive of the first-half 2014 programme, the government has made available 42 short-tenure small plots since mid-2012.

The latest four plots are located along Tuas South streets 6, 11 and 13. Their tender will close at 11am on February 7. All are zoned for Business 2 development with a 1.0 plot ratio (ratio of maximum gross foor area to land area). Each land parcel is being offered on a tenure of 21 years and five months.

The four sites are: Plot 6 on Tuas South St 6, with a land area of 4,551.4 sq m (48,991 sq ft); Plot 34, Tuas South St 13 (80,163 sq ft); Plot 35, Tuas South St 11 (79,998 sq ft); and Plot 38, Tuas South St 13 (77,247 sq ft). They are being offered under the confirmed list of the second-half 2013 programme.

An additional four sites in Tuas South will be launched for tender in February and March 2014 on the confirmed list of the first-half 2014 programme. On top of that, another four land parcels in the locale will be made available for application through the reserve list – three in February and one in June next year.

Link to the story:

http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/archive/saturday/print/919817

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/saturday/st/print/1894788

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/singapore/jtc-launches-four-plots/935346.html

Hard drive maker HGST axes 530

Source: The Business Times

In the first major retrenchment in Singapore in recent years, HGST, the enterprise hard drive subsidiary of Western Digital, axed 530 employees – almost a quarter of its Singapore staff on December 27. This is believed to be the company’s biggest layoff exercise in Singapore in the past 20 years.

HGST, which specialises in data storage and has 45,000 workers globally, said that the move was not “revenue-driven”, but a response to “new market realities occurring in the storage industry”.

HGST was formerly known as Hitachi Global Storage Technologies before US-based Western Digital acquired the Hitachi-IBM hard disk drive venture for US$4.3 billion in 2011. HGST said that it was committed to maintain a presence in Singapore – even though most of its hard drive production here will be shipped to a cheaper plant in Thailand.

The company said HGST will be repositioning its Singapore manufacturing facility (in Kaki Bukit) from a mass volume manufacturing site to a pilot production, engineering and shared service centre. The remainder of its downsized 1,840 staff (out of 2,370 before the layoffs) will continue to be employed in HGST Singapore.

Link to the story:

http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/archive/saturday/print/919767

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/saturday/st/print/1894888

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/hgst-singapore-lays-off/935194.html

http://www.todayonline.com/print/375261


IMG_0186RETAIL & ENTERTAINMENT

Rentals up, businesses out

Source: The Straits Times

In a booming restaurant scene, rising rents have led to some restaurants closing shop and others to move from established locations. Other factors include the perennial manpower shortages, and reasons ranging from poor business to wanting to focus on family.

Figures from the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority show that 575 restaurants were set up between January and November this year. This translates to about 52 restaurant openings a month. During the same 11-month period, a total of 435 restaurants closed, equating to a nett increase of 140 restaurants, more than double the increase in 2011, when the figure was 59. In 2012, there was a nett increase of 149 restaurants from January to December.

Restaurants that have closed this year include Wok & Barrel in Duxton Hill, Le Saint Julien at The Fullerton Waterboat House, Oversea Restaurant at Shaw Towers, Preparazzi in Boon Tat Street, The Big Sheila in Swan Lake Avenue and Foodbar Dada at Robertson Quay. Those slated to close in the coming months include Graze at Rochester Park, Bomba and Kha in Martin Road by next month, and One On The Bund and Au Jardin.

Japanese-inspired cake shop Kki closed Ann Siang Hill location on December 26 after four years, together with its co-tenant, indie retail shop The Little Drom Store. The rent is set to increase by about 140 per cent, as the landlord wants to up the rent on the 990 sq ft shop space from $6,300 a month to $15,000 a month. Gourmet burger restaurant Relish at Cluny Court, which opened in 2007, will also be closing because of a 40 per cent rise in rent. It moves out in the first quarter of next year.

Italian and Mediterranean restaurant Gattopardo will move out of its space at Hotel Fort Canning at the end of this month. The rental there is set to almost double. The restaurant will relocate to 34 and 36 Tras Street, opening at the new location just before Chinese New Year.

Also hit by rental hikes this year is the Akashi Group, which closed two of its restaurants – Akashabu in Funan DigitaLife Mall and Grandma’s at nex, after their leases ended. Other relocations include The Fat Cat Bistro, which moved out of its Jalan Riang space in Braddell Heights estate in September. The restaurant has reopened in Holland Village’s Lorong Liput earlier this month.

Analysts say that rentals are a result of supply and demand. Trendier areas in popular enclaves usually command higher rents. Malls managed by Reits or Real Estate Investment Trusts, also tend to increase rents as pressure is on managers to grow revenue. At times, rental properties on the fringe areas near these malls also take the opportunity to increase rentals in tandem. For many smaller food and beverage groups or single restaurant owners, rental, they say, takes up about 15 to 25 per cent of total revenue.

Some of the other closures this year can be attributed to a shortage of manpower in the food and beverage sector. One of the latest casualties hit by the manpower issue is Cera, a 48-seat vegetarian restaurant in Upper Thomson near Springleaf Road. It opened in July and closed last month.

Other reasons for closures this year include that of poor business. Oversea Restaurant closed in February because “the restaurant was not performing up to expectation”. Restaurants such as Foodbar Dada at Robertson Quay and La Villa in River Valley Road closed because of the premises’ redevelopment plans.

Link to the story:

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/sunday/st/print/1896902

Smoke & sizzle

Source: The Straits Times

Restaurants serving American- style barbecue are heating up the food scene here. Those which have opened over the past six months include the second outlet of Smokey’s BBQ at Sunset Lane, and Ribbery and Wine Co in Bukit Timah. Ribbery and Wine Co at Sixth Avenue Centre along Bukit Timah Road seats 70 in its 2,000 sq ft two-storey restaurant which opened in October.

And while the a 400-sq ft sandwich shop, The Smoke Shack may not feature the barbecued ribs in other restaurants, the meat fillings for the sandwiches are nevertheless smoked in-house. The 1,200-sq ft restaurant moved into Far East Square in March this year.

Link to the story:

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/sunday/st/print/1896830

Open For Business

Source: The Straits Times

Tony’s Pizza has opened at the junction of River Valley and Zion roads. It is located in the same row as popular late-night eateries Boon Tong Kee and Spize.

Fusion eatery Perfecto Kitchen recently opened at 3 Pickering Street serving Chinese-Western cuisine, while Becasse Bakery, which was to open in April this year, finally launched its first outlet at Ion Orchard earlier this month. The 65-seat bakery, which has been brought in by gourmet food shop jones the grocer, is from Australia.

Link to the story:

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/sunday/st/print/1896952


TOURISM & HOSPITALITY

Changi heads for a record year

Source: The Business Times

Changi Airport appears on track for another record year as passenger numbers for January to November totalled some 48.6 million, a 5.1 per cent year-on-year (YoY) increase.

Last year, the airport crossed the 50-million mark with passenger traffic hitting a record 51.2 million, boosted by strong traffic from key regions and increasing transit flows. While figures for December have not been released yet, this month is typically a strong one for passenger numbers, thanks to the year-end holidays.

Airport operator Changi Airport Group (CAG) said Changi handled 4.46 million passenger movements in November, or 2.3 per cent more YoY.

More than 100 airlines operate at Changi, linking the city-state to 275 cities across some 60 countries and territories.

Link to the story:

http://www.businesstimes.com.sg/archive/saturday/print/919820

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/business/singapore/more-passengers-aircraft/935176.html

http://www.todayonline.com/print/374421


INSTITUTIONS

Five care centres for Bukit Panjang

Source: The Straits Times

At least five new childcare centres will be built in Bukit Panjang in the next three years, said Environment and Water Resources Minister Vivian Balakrishnan. To be run by various operators, the new centres will be located in void decks. The new centres are part of a push, announced in 2012, to build some 200 childcare centres to accommodate up to 20,000 children islandwide by 2018.

Link to the story:

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/sunday/st/print/1897369

http://www.todayonline.com/print/375471


INFRASTRUCTURE

S’pore’s deepest, widest, costliest highway opens

Source: The Straits Times

The Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE) opened on December 29. The MCE, which joins the East Coast Parkway (ECP), Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE) and Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE), has five lanes in each direction. The 5km, $4.3 billion infrastructure is also the shortest highway here, and the costliest, at $860 million per km.

Link to the story:

http://www.straitstimes.com/archive/sunday/st/print/1897352

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/smooth-flowing-traffic-as/936926.html

http://www.todayonline.com/print/375696

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