Averaging at $2100 psf, Sky Eden did really well and was 75% sold during launch day. With all the 2 bedders being fully sold, also tells about most homebuyers being either small families or investors. The latter might be more possible as it was observed that most of them are Singaporeans buyers who are buying for investment.
The proximity to Bedok MRT stations and its pricing seem to be relatively decent for a mixed-used development.
The remaining are 3 and 4 bedders, and following which would be the 12 commercial shop units on the ground floor.
With the high take-up rates, we can continue to anticipate that there would be alot of homebuyers looking to ride off appreciation potentials, from the mostly sold-out (1 and 2 bedders). With 561 cheques collected for 158 units, this would also mean that there would be homebuyers looking for the next upcoming launch to try ballot for.
That being said, most of them would look at Lentor Modern; the first of the 9 other Lentor land plots which would be released by the government for residential development.