Specifications

Project NameParc Olympia
DeveloperKBD Flora Pte. Ltd.(Koh Brothers Development Pte Ltd)
ArchitectDesign Link Architects Pte Ltd
Site Area29,949 sqm / 322,368.4 sqft
No. Of Units486 Residential Units
District17
Tenure99-Year Leasehold commencing on 25 January 2012
Expected TOP31 December 2015
Carpark520 car park lots (incl. 5 handicap lots)
Unit Types
  • 1-bedroom PES: 646 sqft (5 Units)

  • 1-bedroom: 495 sqft (47 Units)

  • 2-bedroom Compact PES: 861 to 883 sqft (11 Units)

  • 2-bedroom PES: 1023 to 1066 sqft (15 Units)

  • 2-bedroom Compact: 646 to 657 sqft (73 Units)

  • 2-bedroom: 775 to 818 sqft (105 Units)

  • 2-bedroom Penthouse: 1292 sqft (8 Units)

  • 3-bedroom Compact PES: 1163 to 1238 sqft (6 Units)

  • 3-bedroom PES: 1410 to 1453 sqft (12 Units)

  • 3-bedroom Compact: 969 to 990 sqft (50 Units)

  • 3-bedroom: 1141 to 1163 sqft (87 Units)

  • 3-bedroom Penthouse: 1808 to 2164 sqft (14 Units)

  • 4-bedroom Compact PES: 1636 sqft (2 Units)

  • 4-bedroom PES: 1733 sqft (3 Units)

  • 4-bedroom Compact: 1324 sqft (12 Units)

  • 4-bedroom: 1485 sqft (19 Units)

  • 4-bedroom Penthouse: 2702 sqft (2 Units)

  • 4-bedroom Dual Key PES: 1873 sqft (2 Units)

  • 4-bedroom Dual Key: 1647 sqft (13 Units)
  • 1. FOUNDATION
    Raft foundation and/or reinforced concrete bore piles

    2. SUPERSTRUCTURE
    Reinforced concrete structures

    3. WALLS
    (i) External Walls
    – Reinforced concrete and/or common clay brick wall and/or precast wall
    (ii) Internal Walls
    – Reinforced concrete and/or common clay brick walls and/or drywall partition system and/or cement and sand block and/or precast wall

    4. ROOF
    Reinforced concrete roof with appropriate roofing system

    5. CEILING
    (i) For Units
    a. Living, Dining, Dry Kitchen, Bedrooms, WC, Utility, Yard, Foyer, Corridor leading to Bedrooms/ Bathrooms, Balcony and Private Enclosed Space (PES):
    -Fibrous plasterboard and/or bulk head with emulsion paint and/or cement sand plaster with emulsion paint and/or skim coat with emulsion paint
    b. Wet Kitchens and Bathrooms:
    -Moisture resistant ceiling board with emulsion paint finish at wet kitchens and bathrooms

    (ii) For Common Areas
    a. Lift Lobbies:
    -Skim coat and/or ceiling board with emulsion paint finish
    b. Carparks:
    -Skim coat and/or bulk head with emulsion paint finish
    c. Staircases and Staircase Storey Shelters:
    -Skim coat with emulsion paint finish

    6. FINISHES – WALL
    (i) For Units
    a. Living, Dining, Dry Kitchen, Bedrooms, Foyer and Corridor leading to Bedrooms, Yard and Utility:
    -Cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint (up to false ceiling and on exposed areas only)
    b. Master Bathroom:
    -Homogeneous tiles, and/or Porcelain tiles (up to false ceiling height and on designated exposed surfaces only)
    c. All Other Bathrooms:
    -Homogenous tiles and/or Porcelain tiles (up to false ceiling height and on designated exposed surfaces only)
    d. Kitchen and WC :
    -Ceramic and/or homogeneous tiles and/or plaster and paint (where applicable)
    e. Private Enclosed Space (PES), Balcony and Open Terrace:
    -Cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with spray textured coating/emulsion paint finish (up to false ceiling, exposed ceiling and/or on exposed areas only where applicable)

    (ii) For Common Areas – Internal Wall
    a. Basement and 1st Storey Lift Lobbies, other Common Access Lobbies and Clubhouse Lift Lobby:
    -Ceramic and/or homogeneous tiles and/or stone finish and/or cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish (up to false ceiling and on exposed areas only)
    b. Typical Lift Lobbies:
    -Ceramic and/or homogenous tiles and/or cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish (up to false ceiling and on exposed areas only)
    c. Common Corridors, Staircases and Staircase Storey Shelter:
    -Cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish
    d. Carparks and Ramps:
    -Cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish
    e. Male and Female Changing Rooms:
    Ceramic and/or homogeneous tiles and/or cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with emulsion paint finish (up to false ceiling and on exposed areas only)

    (iii) For Common Areas – External Wall
    All External Walls including Open Terrace, Balcony, and Private Enclosed Space (PES):
    -Cement sand plaster and/or skim coat with spray texture coating and/or emulsion paint finish

    Notes:
    – All natural stones, porcelain tiles, homogeneous tiles, ceramic tiles, cement sand plaster, skim coat and emulsion paint are provided up to false ceiling level and on exposed areas only
    – No tiles behind and/or below kitchen cabinets, bathroom cabinets, mirrors, long bath and above false ceiling
    – Wall surface above false ceiling level will be left in its original bare condition

    7. FINISHES – FLOOR
    (i) For Units
    a. Living, Dining, Dry Kitchen, Foyer and Corridor leading to Bedrooms/ Bathrooms (A1p, A1, B1p, B1, B1ap, B1a, B2p, B2 B3p, B3, B3ap, Ba3, B3aph, B4p, B4, B4ap, B4a,):
    -Homogeneous tiles with matching skirting
    b. Living, Dining, Dry Kitchen, Foyer and Corridor leading to Bedrooms/ Bathrooms (C1p, C1, C1ph, C2p C2, C3p, C3, C4p, C4, C4ph, D1p, D1, D2p, D2, D3p, D3, D3ph):
    -Compressed marble with compressed marble skirting
    c. Master Bathroom:
    -Homogeneous tiles
    d. All Other Bathrooms:
    -Homogeneous tiles
    e. Kitchen, Yard, Utility and WC:
    -Homogeneous tiles
    f. Bedrooms:
    -Timber flooring with matching skirting
    g. Private Enclosed Space (PES), Balcony and Open Terrace:
    -Homogeneous tiles or Ceramic tiles
    h. Staircase
    -Timber with matching skirting

    (ii) For Common Areas – Internal Floor
    a. Basement and 1st Storey Lift Lobbies, Other Common Access Lobbies and Clubhouse Lift Lobby:
    -Ceramic and/or homogeneous tiles and/or stone finish
    b. Typical Lift Lobbies:
    -Ceramic and/or homogeneous tiles
    c. Staircases and Staircase Storey Shelter:
    -Cement sand screed with nosing tile
    d. Male and Female Changing Room:
    -Ceramic and/or homogeneous tiles
    (iii) For Common Areas – External Floor
    a. Pool Deck Areas:
    -Homogenous and/or stone finish and/ or pebble wash and/or timber deck
    b. Swimming Pool and Spa Pools:
    -Porcelain mosaics and/or ceramic tiles

    Notes: No floor finishes and skirting below and behind wardrobes

    8. WINDOWS
    Powder-coated finish aluminium framed with tinted and/or clear glass and/or frosted glass where appropriate

    9. DOORS
    a. Main Entrance:
    -Approved fire-rated timber door
    b. Bedrooms and Bathrooms:
    -Hollow core flush timber door
    c. Kitchen:
    -Timber framed sliding door
    d. Yard:
    -Aluminium framed swing door with glass panel (where applicable)
    e. WC and Utility:
    -PVC folding door
    f. Private Enclosed Space (PES), Balcony and Open Terrace:
    -Powder-coated finished aluminium framed sliding and/or swing door and/or fixed glass panel with tinted glazing or powder-coated aluminium metal railings

    10. SANITARY FITTINGS
    a. Master Bathroom :
    -1 shower cubicle with shower screen complete with shower mixer set
    -1 pedestal water closet
    -1 wash basin and basin mixer with cabinet below
    -1 mirror
    -1 toilet paper holder
    -1 towel rail
    b. Master Bathroom (Penthouse) Type (C4ph, D3ph):
    -1 long bath complete with bath mixer set
    -1 shower cubicle with shower screen complete with shower mixer set
    -1 pedestal water closet
    -1 wash basin and basin mixer with cabinet below
    -1 mirror
    -1 toilet paper holder
    -1 towel rail
    c. Other Bathrooms:
    -1 shower cubicle with shower screen complete with shower mixer set
    -1 pedestal water closet
    -1 wash basin and basin mixer with cabinet below
    -1 mirror
    -1 toilet paper holder
    -1 towel rail
    d. WC (where applicable):
    -1 shower set with tap
    -1 pedestal water closet
    -1 wall hung basin with tap
    -1 toilet paper holder
    e. Kitchen:
    -1 stainless steel sink and mixer
    f. Yard (where applicable):
    -1 washing machine bib tap
    g. Private Enclosed Space (PES) and Open Terrace (where applicable):
    -1 bib tap

    11. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
    – Wiring for lighting and power shall be concealed conduit except for spaces within the DB’s closet and areas above false ceiling, which shall be exposed conduit/trunking
    – All electrical wiring shall be in accordance with current edition of Singapore Code of Practice CP 5:1998
    – Refer to Electrical Schedule for details

    12. CABLE TV/TELEPHONE
    TV/telephone points shall be provided in accordance with the Electrical Schedule

    13. LIGHTNING PROTECTION
    Lightning Protection System shall be provided in accordance with Singapore Standard SS 555:2010

    14. PAINTING
    a. Internal Wall:
    -Emulsion paint
    b. External Wall:
    -Spray textured coating and/or selected exterior paint

    15. WATERPROOFING
    Waterproofing shall be provided to floors of Bathrooms, WC, Kitchen, Private Enclosed Space (PES), Balcony, Open Terrace and Reinforced Concrete Flat Roof (where applicable)

    16. DRIVEWAY AND CARPARK
    a. Concrete pavers and/or stones to all open driveways and stones at vehicular entrance/exit at designated areas
    b. Reinforced concrete slab to carpark and ramps to carpark

    17. RECREATIONAL FACILITIES
    a. Air- conditioned recreation badminton court cum function room
    b. Indoor gym
    c. 50m lap pool
    d. Aqua gym
    e. Kid’s adventure pool
    f. Tranquil pool with Jacuzzi
    g. Floating cabanas
    h. Putting green
    i. Basketball / Futsal court
    j. Skate park
    k. Kid’s fun zone
    l. Barbecue pavilions
    m. Tennis court
    n. Fitness and wellness corner
    o. Yoga patio
    p. Family fun zone
    q. Synthetic jogging track
    r. Recreational rock climbing wall
    s. Cascading waterfall with viewing decks

    18. FIBRE BROADBAND
    Provision of infrastructure for OpenNet to lay fibre into unit & 1 no. CAT 6 data point provided within the unit for Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (NGNBN). Subscription charges to OpenNet shall be borne by the Purchaser.

    19. OTHER FACILITY
    a. Management Office
    b. Convenience store

    20. OTHER ITEMS
    a. Kitchen Cabinets:
    -Solid surface countertop complete with high and/or low level kitchen cabinets with stainless steel sink and mixer
    b. Kitchen Appliances:
    -Cooker hob, cooker hood, and built-in oven for all kitchens except Type A1p, A1, B1p, B1, B1ap, B1a, B2p, B2 and D2 open kitchen, will be provided with electric hob and hood only
    c. Washer/dryer:
    -Washer and dryer for all Unit Types except Type A1, A1p, B1, B1p, B1a, B1ap, B2, B2p, B3, B3p, B3a, B3ap, B3aph, B4, B4p, B4a, B4ap and D2 with open kitchen which will be provided with washer cum dryer
    d. Refrigerator:
    -Free standing refrigerator to all units
    e. Wardrobes:
    -Built-in wardrobes to all bedrooms
    f. Metal Railing:
    -Metal Railing for A/C Ledge
    g. Glass Railing:
    -Glass Railing and metal posts and/or wall for Private Enclosed Space (PES), Balcony, and Open Terrace
    h. Air-Conditioning:
    -Single/Multi-Split unit air-conditioning system to Living, Dining and all Bedrooms
    i. Gas:
    Town gas is supplied to kitchen gas hob (for all Unit Types except Type A1p, A1, B1p, B1, B1ap, B1a, B2p, B2 and D2 with open kitchen which will be provided with electric hob)
    j. Water Heater:
    Hot water supply shall be provided to all bathrooms and kitchens
    k. Security:
    Audio/Video intercom will be provided for each apartment unit. Automatic Vehicular Access system will be provided for vehicular entrances. Proximity card access control system provided at the Pedestrian Gates, 1st Storey and Basement Lift Lobbies
    l. CCTV System:
    CCTV system to basement/1st storey lobbies and at designated common area
    m. Wireless Internet:
    Wireless internet connection provided at designated communal areas at 1st storey
    n. IT feature:
    All apartments equipped with wiring and cable ready for internet connection

    Notes:
    1. Compressed Marble

    Compressed marble is a natural stone material containing veins with tonality differences. There will be color and markings caused by their complex mineral composition and incorporated impurities. While such materials can be preselected before installation, this non-conformity in the compressed marble as well as non-uniformity between pieces cannot be totally avoided. Subject to clause 14.3, the tonality and pattern of the compressed marble, selected and installed shall be subject to availability.

    2. Timber Strips
    Timber strips are natural materials containing veins and tonal differences. Thus, it is not possible to achieve total consistency of colour and grain in their selection and installation. Timber strips are also subject to thermal expansion and contraction beyond the control of builder and vendor. Natural timber that is used outdoors will become bleached due to sunlight and rain. Thus, the cycle of maintenance on staining will need to be increased as required. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.

    3. Tiles
    Selected tile sizes and tile surface flatness cannot be perfect and are subject to acceptable range described in Singapore Standards SS483:2000.

    4. Glass
    Glass is manufactured material that is not 100% pure. Invisible nickel sulphide impurities may cause spontaneous glass breakage, which may occur in all glass by all manufacturers. The Purchaser is recommended to take up home insurance covering glass breakage to cover this possible event. Notwithstanding this note, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.

    5. Layout/Location of Wardrobes, Cabinets, Fan Coil Units, Electrical Points, Television Points, Telecommunication Points, Audio Intercom System, Door Swing Positions and Plaster Ceiling Boards
    Layout/Location of wardrobes, kitchen cabinets, fan coil units, electrical points, television points, telecommunication points, audio intercom system, door swing positions and plaster ceiling boards are subject to Architect’s final decision and design.

    6. Position and provision of power points, switches and TV outlets and other items
    The position and provision of all power points, switches and TV outlets and other items listed in the Electrical Schedule as may be displayed in the showflat(s) are indicative and for illustration purposes only and subject to our Consultants’ design.

    7. Wall
    All wall finishes shall be terminated at false ceiling level. There will be no tiles works behind kitchen cabinets/long bath/vanity cabinet/mirror.

    8. Television and/or Internet Access
    The Purchaser is liable to pay annual fee, subscription fee and such other fees to the television and/or internet service providers or any other relevant party or any relevant authorities. The Vendor is not responsible to make arrangements with any of the said parties for the service connection for their respective channels and/or internet access.

    9. Wireless Internet Connection
    Location of wireless internet connection provision is designated and shall reply on the subscription of service by the management corporation with the relevant service provider.

    10. Web Portal of the Housing Project
    The Purchaser will have to pay annual fee, subscription fee or any such fee to the service provider of the Web Portal of the Housing Project as may be appointed by the Vendor or the management corporation when it is formed.

    11. Air-conditioning system
    To ensure good working condition of the air-conditioning system, the system has to be maintained and cleaned on a regular basis by the Purchaser. This includes the cleaning of filters, clearing of condensate pipes and charging of gas. The Purchaser is advised to engage his/her own contractor to service the air-conditioning system regularly.

    12. Mechanical Ventilation System
    Mechanical ventilation fans and ductings are provided to toilets which are not naturally ventilated. To ensure good working condition of the mechanical ventilation system, the mechanical ventilation system for the exhaust system within internal toilets (where applicable) is to be maintained by the Purchaser on a regular basis.

    13. False Ceiling
    The false ceiling space provision allows for the optimal function and installation of M&E services. Access panels are allocated for ease of maintenance access to concealed M&E equipment for regular cleaning purpose. Where removal of equipment is needed, ceiling works will be required. Location of false ceiling is subject to the Architect’s sole discretion and final design.

    14. Materials, Fittings, Equipment, Finishes, Installations and Appliances
    Subject to clause 14.3, the brand, color and model as specified for all materials, fittings, equipment, finishes, installations and appliances to be supplied shall be provided subject to Architect’s selection and market availability.

    15. Warranties
    Where warranties are given by the manufacturers and/or contractors and/or suppliers of any of the equipment and/or appliances installed by the Vendor at the Unit, the Vendor will assign to the Purchaser such warranties at the time when vacant possession of the Unit is delivered to the Purchaser. Notwithstanding this assignment, the Vendor shall remain fully responsible for the performance of its obligations under clause 9 and clause 17.

    Disclaimer:
    While every reasonable care has been taken in preparing this website, specifications, constructing the sales models and sales gallery/ showflat (the “Materials”), the Developer and its agents and their respective servants and contractors do not warrant the accuracy of any of the Materials and shall in no way be held responsible for any inaccuracies in their contents or between the Materials and the actual unit when built. The Developer shall not be bound by any statement, representation or promise (written or oral) by its agents & contractors. All statements and depictions are believed to be correct but are not to be regarded as statements or representations of fact. The Sale and Purchase Agreement shall form the entire agreement between the Developer and the Purchaser and shall supersede all statements, representations or promises made prior to the signing of the Sale and Purchase Agreement. All information, specifications, layout plans, building plans, location of facilities, finishes and appliance selection and visuals are subject to any changes as may be required and approved by the Architect, Developer and/or by the relevant authority and may be changed without notice. The Materials are not intended to be contractual documents and shall not form part of any offer or contract. Visuals, renderings, illustrations, models, showflat displays and photography are artist’s impressions only and none can be regarded as representation of fact. Floor areas are approximate measurements only and not to scale. It is subject to final survey. The property is subject to inspection by the relevant authorities to comply with current codes of practice.