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1. Written by Way OnNet on 08-03-2011 12:24
Feng Shui of Livia
Sitting near the head of the Eastern Wood Dragon, the most auspicious elements here are wood and water, which Pasir Ris has abundant of. This is also a learned and cultured Dragon, which means that kindness and a sense of justice are prevalent in the residents here.  
Although the development of Livia has its main door in the East, which may not be ideal, most of the residential buildings are orientated to Northeast and Southwest. In the theory of the feng shui Flying Star, these residential buildings enjoy the most auspicious qi in feng shui Period 8 (2004 - 2023). Therefore, residents in most of Livia will find their feng shui generally decent.  
However, the best feng shui option for those looking for long-term stay lies in buildings 73 and 71. These are oriented to the North and South, which are the best in feng shui Period 9 (2024 - 2043) and beyond.  
Those looking to start a family will find that Livia a conducive environment for family planning. 
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2. Written by Sonakshi on 03-12-2010 13:52
Is Livia a good choice at this moment
Is livia a good choice to buy at this time as pricing for 2+1 is about 880K. Is there any chance of appreciation over this price?? 
Please suggest
3. Written by Tin on 25-10-2010 10:57
Livia a Good Buy now?
I konw that there is one more New Condo coming up near Pasir Ris MRT soon. I Livia conco Now a Good Buy of should we wait?
4. Written by News on 24-02-2009 12:54
Relaunch units still available
Market watchers note that over at Livia in Pasir Ris, some of the 30 units released at $620 psf on average on Valentine’s Day weekend are still available. Units are relatively large (a typical three-bedder is about 1,259 sq ft), resulting in a bigger unit price quantum of at least $750,000 for a three-bedroom unit. Potential buyers may also be waiting for new projects to be launched in the area before deciding on their purchase.
5. Written by News on 13-02-2009 18:02
CDL cuts prices by about 5%
CITY Developments (CDL) plans to launch 30 units of its 724-unit Livia condominium project in Pasir Ris at an average of $620 per sq ft, about 5 per cent or $30 psf below the initial launch price last July. 
The sale of the 30 three- to four-bedroom units starts tomorrow. Another 30 apartments may be released at the same price later. 
The new pricing, announced yesterday, puts the price range of a three-bedroom unit at the 99-year leasehold condo from $752,000 to about $800,000. 
This compares with last year's price of $793,000 and up for a three-bedder. 
The developer will not be compensating earlier buyers for the price difference, given that the market has taken a big turn for the worse. 
'This adjustment in the long run will be better for everybody,' said a CDL spokesman. The area's values will rise in future as new developments are completed, he said. 
CDL's group general manager, Mr Chia Ngiang Hong, said the company had held back from selling new phases of Livia because of poor market conditions in the light of economic uncertainty. 
The change of mind is due to revived interest being expressed by visitors to the development's showflat, he said. 
'The company senses a renewal of market interest and improvement in buyer sentiment. More people have been visiting our showrooms, and many have made offers for units that have yet to be launched,' said Mr Chia. 
The re-pricing of Livia units comes swiftly after the preview success of mass-market condo Caspian in Jurong West. Frasers Centrepoint has already sold 350 units of its 712-unit condo since last Thursday. The project was initially priced at $580 psf on average. 
Livia met with a favourable response when it was released in July last year, with buyers scooping up 160 units of the first 200 apartments released in just a few days. CDL has so far released 360 units and sold 340, leaving 384 units available for sale.
6. Written by News on 16-09-2008 12:59
Sales in August
Mass market development Livia in Pasir Ris, sold 32 units at a median $659 psf.
7. Written by News on 18-08-2008 10:53
Sales in July
Livia in Pasir Ris saw 301 apartments taken up, at a median price of $671 psf. Of these, four crossed the $750 psf mark, but the rest were well within the $500 to $750 psf range.
8. Written by News on 15-07-2008 13:44
Strong take-up rate
CDL’s spokeswoman said Livia saw strong take-up of various unit types last week, especially two- and three-bedders. ‘The four-bedroom apartments were purchased either for owner occupation or rental potential in view of United World College’s East Campus coming up in the vicinity. 
‘The project’s average price remains $650 psf, with prices for certain unit types and facing being upped by 1-3 per cent for the latest release of 120 units last weekend,’ she added. 
The 96 units sold at Livia last week contrasted with sales of 160 units in the preceding week when CDL previewed the 99-year leasehold project, resulting in total sales of 256 units. So far, 320 of the condo’s total 724 units have been released.
9. Written by News on 08-07-2008 14:21
160 units sold
The 99-year-leasehold Livia in Pasir Ris, where previews started last Friday, has chalked up relatively strong sales of 160 units at an average of $650 per square foot (psf). 
City Developments Ltd said yesterday that most of the buyers at Livia are Singaporeans, while foreign buyers come from China, Indonesia, India, Malaysia and the Philippines. 
Most people bought for owner occupation. The 160 units sold so far achieved prices of between $570 psf and $740 psf.
10. Written by News on 07-07-2008 01:54
Opens for preview
CITY Developments Ltd (CDL) has begun to preview its much-awaited Livia condo at Pasir Ris at an average price of about $650 psf for the initial batch of units. 
Market watchers reckon that the $650 psf average pricing for the initial phase of Livia’s marketing effort is about 10 per cent lower than what the developer could have fetched 12 months ago. ‘It might have been priced at $730-750 psf last year,’ an industry observer suggested. The 724-unit condo is being developed at Pasir Ris Drive 1 on a plot that is part of the group’s historical Pasir Ris landbank acquired decades ago. 
Livia will have a total of 10 blocks, either 15 or 16 storeys high with units ranging from two-bedroom apartments to four bedders. There are also 12 penthouses. 
It is priced at $650 psf on average, or from $597,000 to $636,000 for the two-bedroom units and $793,000 to $835,000 for the three-bedroom units.


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