Updated 10-10-2016: You can also visit The Crest Condo official website.
If you happen to cycle or walk past The Crest condominium this weekend, keep a watch for the development’s latest draw – a free laser light show occurring four nights weekly.
The five-minute laser show runs constantly from 8pm to 9pm every Thursday to Sunday till the end of this month and began on 1 July. It’s considered to be the first including a condominium under development here.
The developer, a Wing Tai led consortium, has assembled a marquee along Alexandra Road to house guests interested in capturing the sound and light spectacle.
Sources close to the developer told PropertyGuru that the thought for a laser show came about two to three months past, and plans to attract on prospective buyers.
Wing Tai worked with Showtec Group, the firm in charge of the laser lighting display at the National Day Parade, to create $30, and the show at a price of between $20,000 000.
It uses laser beams to map out the project’s structure that is unique. Designed by Japanese architect Toyo Ito, a Pritzker Prize winner, the building’s outside was made to look like a blooming tree.
Later, pamphlets were sent out to Wing Tai’s customer base and to nearby residents.
The laser show is being held in conjunction with Wing Tai’s one-bedroom effort, which empowers buyers to convert an one-bedroom unit into a two-bedder worth $80,000. through free interior design Such strategies are still subject to acceptance from the authorities.
At exactly the same time, a 15 percent reduction is being offered to buyers of its one- to five-bedroom units.
Excluding the reduction, prices start from $1.133 million for an one-bedroom unit quantifying 635 sq ft ($1,784 psf). In May, seven units were sold at a median cost of $1,707 psf.
The laser show is anticipated to create some hype for the condominium, which has seen lacklustre sales since it was established to buyers in mid-2014.
The 99-year leasehold project is anticipated to get its TOP in 2018.