PAGODA STREET SHOPHOUSE

Pagoda Street is located right at the heart of Chinatown Singapore. It is part of cultural heritage of Singapore early history where chinese migrants from Singapore lived and worked. Today, Pagoda Street has evolved into a street that attracts tourists all year round. It is connected to Chinatown MRT station and a prime location. Pagoda Street shophouses are granted conservation stauts by the government and preserve the unique heritage of Singapore. There are only 7000+ conservation shophouses in Singapore. Due to the rarity, in recent years, it has attracted foreign investment and gained interest by local investors alike. Shophouses are viewed by some investor as an art collection. Shophouses are owned by wealthy families in Singapore and foriegn funds/individual.

Source: Singapore Infopedia

SHOPHOUSE DETAILS - UNIT 1:

LAND SIZE      : 1350 sqft approximate.

FlOOR AREA     : 3500 sqft approximate. 

NO OF STOREY : 3 Storey 

TENURE            : 99 years leasehold from 1995

TENANCY          : $37,000.00/month plus GST from June 2016 

SALE PRICE      : $13.2 Million plus GST. Negotiable

GROSS YIELD    : 3.36% 

ZONING             : Primary Conservation - Full Commercial Usage 

REMARKS          :  

Unit is near Chinatown MRT. Foreign Individual and Foreign Company/Entity Eligible to buy this unit. 

CONTACT           : 96722265 

 

 

SHOPHOUSE DETAILS - UNIT 2:

LAND SIZE      : 2333 sqft approximate.

FlOOR AREA     : 6583 sqft approximate. 

NO OF STOREY : 3 Storey 

TENURE            : 99 years leasehold from 1995

TENANCY          : $37,600.00/month plus GST from June 2016 

SALE PRICE      : $18 Million plus GST. Negotiable 

ZONING             : Primary Conservation - Full Commercial Usage 

REMARKS          :  A PAIR FOR SHOP

Unit is near Chinatown MRT. Foreign Individual and Foreign Company/Entity Eligible to buy this unit. 

CONTACT           : 96722265 

 

 

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SOUTH BRIDGE ROAD SHOPHOUSE

South Bridge Road, street, located in the Outram and Singapore River areas of the Central Region, in Singapore. One of the thriving centres of the city in the heart of Chinatown, South Bridge Road has been an important street, and one of the main thoroughfares linking the town and the New Harbour. The road stretches south from Elgin Bridge to Maxwell Road/Tanjong Pagar Road/Neil Road.

South Bridge, a major road of Chinatown, was known in the early 1820s by its name, long before a proper road was constructed. In early 1831 there were public complaints that South Bridge Road was overflowed knee-deep at high tides. Then in 1833, George Coleman, as the newly appointed Superintendent of Public Works, headed the construction of North and South Bridge Roads with help from Indian convict labourers.

Source: Singapore Infopedia

SHOPHOUSE UNIT DETAILS: 

LAND SIZE       : 1575 sqft approximate

FlOOR AREA     : 5051 sqft approximate

TENURE            : 999 years leasehold

NO OF STOREY : 3 + Attic (Lift serving all floors)

TENANCY          : VACANT - IDEAL FOR OWNER - OCCUPATION

ZONING            : Primary Conservation - Full Commercial Zoning 

SALE                 : $11.9 Million plus GST. Negotiable         

REMARKS   

Foreign Individual and Foreign Company/Entity Eligible to buy this unit.  Near Raffles Place and Clarke Quay MRT.

This unit has been restored and rebuilt in year 2013. Unit is partial fitted with meeting rooms and pantry on the ground level.

 

CONTACT       : 96722265

 

 

 

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NEAR BUGIS JUNCTION - HOTEL

HOTEL BUILDING DETAILS 

LAND AREA   : 2000 sqft approximate

FLOOR AREA : 9800 sqft approximate

TENURE         : 999 years leashold

TENANCY       : $73,100.00/Month

ZONING         : Full commercial. Permanent Hotel Status with Ground Floor Restaurant.

SALE               : $38 Million plus GST. Negotiable 

REMARKS    

Foreign Individual/Entity eligible to purchase. Last transaction around the vicnity is $23.5M for 6800sqft ($3455psf) floor area approximate. 

CONTACT : 96722265

  

 

 

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PRINSEP STREET SHOPHOUSE

Prinsep Street once was Singapore’s Jewish Quarter, the Mahallah, I realised that among them, Prinsep Street has probably seen the most dramatic changes since the turn of the last century. Prinsep Street, spelt Princep Street in the days of the Mahallah, was named after a Charles Robert Prinsep, a descendent of a John Prinsep who featured prominently in the British East India Company. Charles Prinsep had own several nutmeg estates in the new colony and one on nearby Mount Sophia that occupied much of the land on which are now the grounds on which the Istana stands. The street is made up of two sections, the first running from Bras Basah Road, by Dhoby Ghaut up to Middle Road, and the second from Middle Road to Rochor Road. The second section is where much of the Mahallah would have been centred on, and is where perhaps the most significant changes have taken place since the early 1900s when it was part of the Mahallah.

Source: Singapore Infopedia 

SHOPHOUSE DETAILS:

LAND AREA       : 2583 sqft approximate

FLOOR AREA     : 4500 sqft appoximate

TENURE             : 99 years from 1995

NO OF STOREY : 2 Plus Attic

ZONING            : Primary conservation, full commercial. Foreign individual and foreign entity eligible to own this asset.

SALE                 : $11 Million. Negotiable.

REMARK           

Beautiful Unit with courtyard. 

CONTACT : 96722265

 

 

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HONG KONG STREET SHOPHOUSE

Hongkong Street is a one-way road leading from South Bridge Road to New Bridge Road. It is named after the island city of Hongkong.  

Hongkong Street, a very short street, lies towards Chinatown's outer portion near the Singapore river where Chinatown begins to merge with Boat Quay or the civic district. Hongkong Street was also called Macao Street, probably because many Chinese from Macau, China lived on this street. However, it is also probable that the street got its name from the Malay word for the Cantonese, Orang Macao. Many Cantonese and Japanese prostitutes lived on the street in tin shacks during the pre-war and war times. As a part of Chinatown, the street reflected the quaint charm of old shophouses, food vendors and the itinerant trader.

Source: Singapore Infopedia

SHOPHOUSE DETAILS - UNIT 1

LAND AREA        : 1500 sqft approximate

FLOOR AREA      : 7500 sqft approximate

TENURE              : 99 years from 1940

TENANCY            : $40,000.00 till May 2018

STOREY              : 4 STOREY + ATTIC with LIFT

ZONING              : FULL COMMERCIAL, FORIEGNER ELIGIBLE

PRICE                 : VIEW TO OFFER (GST PAYABLE)

REMARKS         

Possible to apply to Top up the lesae to 99years (subject to relevant authorities approval

 

SHOPHOUSE DETAILS - UNIT 2

LAND AREA        : 1659 sqft approximate

FLOOR AREA      : 6951 sqft approximate

TENURE              : 99 years from 2009

STOREY              : 6 STOREY 

ZONING              : FULL COMMERCIAL, FORIEGNER ELIGIBLE

PRICE                 : $15.5 MILLION plus GST 

REMARKS        

IDEAL FOR OWN USE. About 5 minutes walk to Clarke Quay MRT. 

CONTACT 96722265

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AMOY STREET SHOPHOUSE

Amoy Street begins at the junction of McCallum Street and Telok Ayer Street and ends at Pekin Street. Developed in the 1830s, the street, probably named after Amoy in China, has many buildings of historical interest. 

Amoy Street was developed in the 1830s as a part of the 1822 Raffles' plan ofChinatown. It is listed as "Amoi Street" in the 1836 Coleman's Map of Singapore. Construction of the street was completed in 1842. The street probably got its name from Amoy, a European term for Xiamen port in Fujian Province, China. At that time, many Hokkien immigrants from Amoy had made Singapore their home. The street was an early Hokkien settlement that also had their temples and huis (or "associations"). Being near the shoreline, Amoy Street had businesses that was catered to serve the sailors and the sea trade. The street was associated with opium-smoking dens during colonial times. Some of the oldest religious buildings in Singapore are located along this street. A few of these religious buildings,Thian Hock Keng Temple, Masjid Al-Abrar and the Nagore Durgha Shrine, are gazetted national monuments. A free school, Cui Ying School, was constructed along this street in 1854.

Source: Singapore Infopedia

 

SHOPHOUSE UNIT DETAILS

LAND SIZE      : 2773 sqft approximate.

FlOOR AREA     : 7800 sqft approximate. 

NO OF STOREY : 3 Storey + Attic

TENURE            : 999 years leasehold from 1827

TENANCY          : $52,000.00/month plus GST from June 2016 

SALE PRICE      : $19 Million plus GST. Negotiable

GROSS YIELD    : 3.2% 

ZONING             : Primary Conservation - Full Commercial Usage - Foriegner Eligible

REMARK

Near Tanjong Pagar MRT and Telok Ayer MRT. Located at the Heart of CBD. 

CONTACT : 96722265

 

 

 

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CRAIG ROAD SHOPHOUSE

The area around Craig Road was originally a nutmeg plantation owned by the medical doctor, William Montgomerie. His plantation, which included a portion of the current Tanjong Pagar Road, comprised 13 ha of land and 1,800 trees with two properties known as Craig Hill and Duxton nestled amongst the trees.2 In 1856, following Montgomerie’s death, the whole plantation, including the houses, was auctioned off to Ker, Rawson & Co. Craig Road, along with two other nearby roads, Duxton Road and Duxton Hill, were presumably constructed after the 1856 sale and named after the aforementioned dwellings.3

In the years that followed, Craig Road became a residential area for the poor. Rickshaw pullers, prostitutes, dock workers and triad gangsters set up home along the street.4 However, rapid urbanisation that followed after Singapore’s independence in 1965 saw Craig Road gain an image makeover. Currently part of the Tanjong Pagar Conservation Area, the road has become a posh locale populated with shops, restored shophouses, eating places, terrace buildings, pubs, private residential units, hotels, commercial units and a few Housing and Development Board blocks of flats. Other big commercial-cum-residential units found on the road are Craig Place and Chinatown Plaza. Duxton Plain Park and the Poo Thor Jee temple, which used to accept patients on behalf of the Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic, are also nearby. The Tanjong Pagar branch of the Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic relocated to Craig Road in1997.

 

SHOPHOUSE DETAILS - UNIT 1:

LAND SIZE      : 1500 sqft approximate.

FlOOR AREA     : 4600 sqft approximate. 

NO OF STOREY : 3 Storey + Attic

TENURE            : 99 years leasehold from 1988

SALE PRICE      : $12.8 Million plus GST. Negotiable

ZONING             : Primary Conservation - Full Commercial Usage 

REMARKS          :  

Unit is near Tanjong Pagar MRT. Foreign Individual and Foreign Company/Entity Eligible to buy this unit. 

CONTACT           : 96722265 

 

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OUTRAM

Shophouse Unit Details

LAND AREA   : 1530 sqft approximate

FLOOR AREA : 4500 sqft approximate

TENURE         : Freehold

ZONING         : Commercial 1st Floor, Residential 2nd to 4th floor. 

SALE               : $10.8 Million Negotiable.

REMARKS     

Approved for 50 beds hostel use for 2nd to 4th floor. Ground floor current use for Food and Beverage. Possible to buy over company shares.

CONTACT : 96722265

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