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CDL top bidder for two of three private housing sites

City Developments (CDL) was the top bidder for two of the three private housing sites at a state tender that closed yesterday.

It lodged the top bid of $212.2 million, or $1,722 per sq ft per plot ratio (psf ppr), for a plot in Handy Road near Dhoby Ghaut MRT station. 543 more words

Government Land Sales

5 important takeaways from yesterday’s GLS tender closure that you need to know

The Government Land Sale tender for 3 residential sites closed yesterday evening. Without much surprises, the demand for land remains strong and developers are still willing to pay good prices for land. 546 more words

5 things to know about Government Land Sales (GLS) in 1H2018

(Source: www.99.co)


The news is out on Government Land Sales (GLS), for the first half of 2018. A lot of eager eyes were on this, due to the recent en-bloc craze. 618 more words

Money Matters

Ford's The Good Soldier... Is it like Closer?

More articles on The Good Soldier here, here and here.

While contemplating about this book, it got me thinking of this 2004 movie starring Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Natalie Portman and Clive Owen, who made up a weird love… square. 58 more words


First week of reading, Part III: Aristotle's Metaphysics

Gary confirmed we’ll have tons of material to cover with the first two readings assigned for this week, but he suggested getting through Book I of Metaphysics to get a feel for Aristotle’s approach to the main questions of philosophy. 341 more words


First week of reading, Part II: Rhetoric = Elevator Pitch?

Interesting articles here and here.

While reading this text, I’m seeing parallels here with some content I’ll be teaching this term regarding personal branding and creating one’s ‘elevator pitch’. 448 more words


First week of reading, Part I: Time to get started with Plato's Gorgias!

Sources for these readings: Plato’s Gorgias; Aristotle’s Rhetoric and Metaphysics

When approaching these texts, I wondered how the original form would have been presented. Would Gorgias be a play, or was it meant to be read by oneself in their library, like I’m doing now? 829 more words