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J’den by CapitaLand Development sells 88% of its units in weekend launch

It sold units at an average price of $2,451 per square foot.

CapitaLand Development (CLD) sold 323 units or 88% of the total 383 units of J’den during its launch day, making it the best-selling new launch year-to-date by the percentage of units sold.

CLD sold units at an average price of $2,451 per square foot. One- and two-bedroom were the most popular unit types. All 148 units of the one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus study and two-bedroom types have sold out. 

There is also strong take-up for the larger three- and four-bedroom units by owner-occupiers. 

More than 99% of buyers during the launch were Singaporeans and Singapore Permanent Residents, whilst close to 60% were aged 40 and below.

About 62% of the homebuyers currently reside in the western region of Singapore.

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