The updated price list includes 45 units, including both open-plan and one-bedroom units, with special festive season and furniture packages.
While the price list remains unchanged, a number of discounts have been added to the 45 units, with the maximum discount for individual units increasing from 3% to 20%, resulting in discounted unit prices ranging from $4.16 million to $6.58 million, which is a de facto price reduction.
The 13 units on sale this Saturday include 3 open-plan units and 10 1-bedroom units.
The price list price ranges from $4.896 to $7.137 million and the price per square foot ranges from $22,234 to $24,527. After deducting the maximum 20% discount, the discounted price ranges from $4.162 to $6.606 million and the discounted price per square foot ranges from $18,651 to $20,847, with an average discounted price of about $5.17 million and an average discounted price per square foot of $19,331.
The most affordable unit is B3 on the 18th floor of Block 1, with a saleable area of 207 square feet and open partitions, at a discounted price of $4,162,000 and a discounted price of $20,106 per square foot.
The most expensive unit is B2 on the 17th floor of Block 1, with a one-bedroom partition and a saleable area of 321 square feet at a discounted price of $6,606,000, or $18,897 per square foot.
The developer said that since the opening of the Blue Harbour Crossing, there have been more customers visiting and enquiring about the existing flats in LOHAS Park, and with the Government's announcement that the opening of the tunnel is imminent, people want to take advantage of the opportunity to get on the train and buy a flat as soon as possible before property prices rise again.
The price is described as the "most reasonable price" for an existing flat in LOHAS Park since the opening of the Blue Tunnel.
In addition, five show flats with renovation will be available for viewing by appointment from now on, giving potential buyers an additional option to buy and live in.