Blossom Mansions, which has 20 homes in Lorong 37 Geylang, has a target of $32.8 million. The land site can be redeveloped into a project of 21 units, each about 100 sq m, according to Huttons Asia. The property is developed by Menglee & Wheeseng Investment (1983) Pte Ltd. From the condo, you can easily connected with Paya Lebar MRT, Aljunied MRT and Kallang MRT. A great lifestyle await your family at here.

The relaxation pavilion is perfect for hosting a special gathering for family and friends. Catch up over an outdoor dinner, while the kids have fun on the grand lawn. Blossom Mansions Condo is raised with you in mind, with luscious landscaping that brings you close to fresh environment, and elegant homes for an exclusive, discerning lifestyle.

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Blossom Mansions developed by Menglee & Wheeseng Investment (1983) Pte Ltd

About Menglee

Meng joined FREO Group in 2017. He is based in FREO’s New York City office.

Meng has almost 6 years of experience in real estate, finance, and capital markets. Prior to joining FREO, he was with Safanad where he was a Vice President overseeing investment and asset management in the U.S.

Before that, Meng spent 3 years at Rockpoint Group on the acquisitions team executing investments across the coastal gateway markets on the US East Coast across various asset classes including multifamily, hospitality, and office.

Meng holds a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Prior to Kreab, Meng Lee was part of the pioneer team that founded August Consulting in 2002, where he handled financial communications for more than 35 IPOs, including international offerings such as JES, Xinren Aluminum, Cache Logistics Trust, StarHub, and Sri Trang Agro-Industry and local IPOs such as Far East Group, JB Foods, Maxi-Cash Financial Services and Overseas Education.