United Engineers to preview Dairy Farm Residences

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SINGAPORE (EDGEPROP) - The mixed-use development will be the first new launch in the Dairy Farm enclave in six years

The 460-unit Dairy Farm Residences sits on a 211,488 sq ft, 99-year leasehold site at the corner of Dairy Farm Road and Petir Road (Photo: Albert Chua/EdgeProp Singapore)
For its 460-unit Dairy Farm Residences, Singapore-listed United Engineers Ltd (UEL) has come up with a novel sales gallery: the reception area is part café, gourmet grocers and nail spa, which hints at the retail offerings that future residents can look forward to. Prospective buyers can enjoy a taste of this on the preview weekend, where gourmet coffee and Udders ice-cream will be served.
Scheduled to take place in the coming weeks, the preview of Dairy Farm Residences will mark the first in the Dairy Farm area in the space of six years – since the launch of The Skywoods in 2013. The 420-unit, 99-year leasehold private condo by a consortium of three listed construction-cum-property development companies – Hock Lian Seng Holdings, King Wan Corp and TA Corp – was completed in 2016 and is fully sold now.
UEL’s Dairy Farm Residences sits on a 211,488 sq ft, 99-year leasehold site at the corner of Dairy Farm Road and Petir Road. “Although there are a number of new projects further down in the Hillview area, there have been no new ones in the Dairy Farm area for some years,” says Roy Tan, group managing director of UEL. “We decided to look at a number of GLS [government land sales] sites and collective sale sites that came up in the area. Then this mixed-use development site came up for sale, and we thought we should bid for it.”
Roy Tan and Stephanie Chua of UEL, the developer of the 460-unit Dairy Farm Residences (Photo: Albert Chua/EdgeProp Singapore)