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Cecil Lee

The Infinity at West Coast TOP in 2009

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The Infinit is a freehold condominium which TOP early this year (2009).

 

 

The site is in the shape of "one-side" of a boeing 747 wing. Or an elongatedunnatural shape of a sharks-fin - sort of.

This development comprises a total of 8 blocks with stacks orientedto eitherFlying Star NE 1 or SW 1. The margin of compass degree is quite close between the line of emptiness i.e. between NE 1-NE 2or SW 1-SW 2. Fortunately, it should be considered as either NE 1 or SW 1.

 

 

It is pitythat although NE 1technically has GOOD Flying Star Feng Shui, but this side of the stacks face themajor AYE highway - very noisyespecially in the morning and afternoon (Heavy traffic).

 

 

The best blocks aresurrounded in RED in theattached site map.Furthermore Blocks 39F, 39G and 39H is facing a "mountain" orthe block of flats of the Carabelle condominium. AsFlying Star Period 8, SW 1 facing direction has the very auspiciousMountain star #8;the mountain star #8 is automatically activated by facing blocks offlats at theCarabelle. Please see photos.

 

 

Carabelle TOPclose to the same time as Centris, Jurong West Central 3.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Area Western
Tenure Freehold
Storey 12
No. of Units 315
Year Of Completion 2009
Fixtures Living, Dining:Homogenous, Bedrm:Timber, Kitchen:Ceramic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Infinity at West Coast
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A shoe cabinet outside an apartment's front door is arguably a common sight in condominiums. But for the management corporation (MC) at The Infiniti in West Coast Park, it was a big no-no for one unit, with the owners taken to court for refusing to remove the cabinet.

Source and credit: TNP.sg


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