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Punggol history on display in new BTOs

The Housing Board will launch two new Build-to-Order (BTO) projects in the waterfront district of Punggol Point this month, each with designs that hark back to the town's rich history.

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The first, Punggol Point Crown, is inspired by the old Punggol Zoo that was located near the Strait of Johor between the late 1920s and early 1940s, and owned by the late William Lawrence Soma Basapa.

Punggol history on display in new BTOs

Proponents of the asset class, which is a norm in the The other project sees the launch of the second phase of the seafront Punggol Point Cove, whose design draws reference from Punggol's first incarnation as a fishing village.

HDB will roll out the two projects, which comprise 2,724 flats, in its September sales exercise. Flats available range from two-room flexi to five-room flats, and the projects are expected to be completed in 2024.

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