Customisable homes a hit with buyers

Romesh Navaratnarajah5 Jan 2015

Bellewaters EC

The introduction of CoSpace Flexi units at Qingjian Realty’s recently launched executive condominiums (ECs) have proven popular with home buyers.

More than 40 percent of purchasers at the Bellewoods and Bellewaters projects selected the optional layout that is trademark to Qingjian, which allows the reconfiguration and maximisation of living space to suit different lifestyle needs.

A typical CoSpace Flexi unit comes with no floor tiles, wardrobes, kitchen cabinet, kitchen appliances and doors, so that buyers can customise their own interior design.

For instance, rooms can be combined to make a study area or playroom for the kids, walk-in wardrobe, a home entertainment room or a guest room.


Source: YouTube (by Singapore New Launch)


According to Qingjian, the price difference between a standard unit and CoSpace Flexi is between $25,000 and $45,000, with a three-bedroom CoSpace Flexi starting from $692,000.

Meanwhile, with construction work well underway for both ECs, buyers of the CoSpace Flexi option will have to confirm their selection of units by the end of next month.

In 2015, Qingjian also plans to hand over units at its Riversound Residence, River Isles and Waterbay projects to homeowners.

Image: EC unit perspective at Bellewaters.


Romesh Navaratnarajah, Singapore Editor of PropertyGuru Group, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories email


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