The developer of Pinetree Hill made a ground-breaking effort to build a high-rise condominium on Ulu Pandan Road
Pinetree Hill, which will be completed in 2027, will be designed to accommodate a variety of families and lifestyles. The expansive land is adjacent to the private-HUDC project Pinetree Hill & Pandan Valley condominium, which was constructed between 1938 and 1943. The location is in the heart of Clementi, Bukit Timah, and Holland Road.
The land needed for residential construction in District 21 was found to have been most expensively offered for sale by UOL Group and its partner, Singapore Land Group. On a sizable area of land measuring 242,563 square feet (22,534.7 square meters), Pinetree Hill wants to construct around 525 units.
The atmosphere of Ulu Pandan's past has been mostly retained. Cycling, running, and other forms of transportation can all access the Pinetree Hill natural area via a rail route. What location marks the start and end of the Rail Corridor? Not far from its starting point, it ends at the Kranji MRT Station, which was formerly Tanjong Pagar Railway Station.
A neighborhood in Singapore's midsection called Ulu Pandan can be found.
Within Bukit Timah, the area of Bukit Timah in Ulu Pandan, it is bordered by Ulu Pandan Road, Holland Road and North Buona Vista Road.
The Pinetree Hill was a pioneering attempt at condominiums, and flats in Singapore. It included terraced houses with three stories, five floors of condos, and terraced apartment units housed in high-rises with 20 and 22 stories.The Development Bank of Singapore (now known as DBS Bank) constructed Pandan Valley, another innovative condominium development in the neighborhood, in 1977.
The developer may construct a high-rise with up to 24 stories due to the low to medium density condominiums on Ulu Pandan Road and a gross plot ratio of 2.1.
The joint venture 80/20, which includes both UOL and Singapore Land Group (SingLand), paid the highest price: S$671,500,800. The first of two Pinetree Hill properties to be auctioned off under the Bukit Timah Planning Area as part of the Government Land Sales Program drew a fierce bidding war.
The first condominiums in Singapore were constructed in Ulu Pandan during the 1970s. Ridgewood was a condominium project that was built in the 18.5-acre site near the former site of the Singapore American School in Ulu Pandan was completed in 1981.
Most of the areas currently used by Ulu Pandan are landed housing. Most of them are located in the eastern region in the area. It is in close proximity to Mount Sinai and the Holland Rd.
Although these sites aren't located close the MRT stations, we think that, given the size of the land parcels that are reasonably priced and include areas of homes that are well-loved and tended The sites might be appealing for developers or investors looking to invest in markets that has an ever-decreasing developer inventory. In the event that these parcels have similar in size, we could believe that they will sites are likely to draw the same amount of interest.
Pinetree Hill is the largest condominium complex in Singapore that has facilities and infrastructure such as an indoor swimming pool, an extensive tennis court, and an clubhouse. The most recent executive condo could also make a fantastic family residence and is only a few minutes away from Pei Tong primary school, National University of School, Singapore as well as Ngee Ann Polytechnic and within 1km from Henry Park Henry Park Henry Park Primary school.
District 21 has consistently been a standout in the eyes of buyers looking for homes due to the laid-back atmosphere. People live in a secluded area with plenty of lush greenery. popular nature areas like the Bukit Timah Reserve as well as The Rail Corridor are one step from. Sunset Way, the microcosm of this beloved area is home to it's own magical jewels.
Sunset Way is also a famous location for vet clinics such as that of the Mount Pleasant Animal Medical Center as well as The Cat Clinic. District 21 can also be famous for its food-related snacks. Sunset Way is home to popular restaurants such as French bistro Summer Hill and seafood eatery Chin Huat Live Seafood as well as being an easy ride from upscale spots like Dempsey Hill Holland Village, and Binjai Park. To eat local, head for The Beauty World food centre as well as the Bukit Timah Market and Food center.
There are many places for you to shop your groceries; Cold Storage, Fairprice and Sheng Shiong are located around this area. Pines Mart deals in groceries and other useful products such as printer ink.
If you're looking for high-end ingredients, you're fortunate. There are numerous specialty stores that specialize in products for foodies in the region such as Ridgewood Gourmet. This family-owned business takes great pride in offering top barbecue items for a reasonable price and isn't filled with preservatives or fillers.
One of the major reasons to live within Ulu Pandan is the close vicinity of the National University of Singapore. NUS isn't the only school in close proximity and the two schools, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Singapore Polytechnic are just 15 minutes away by bus. If you're seeking for a place to reside near a reputable educational institution, properties along Ulu Pandan up to Bukit Timah are a few of places to look at.
In addition to NUS, Ngee Ann Polytechnic as well as Singapore Polytechnic, Henry Park Primary School and Pei Tong Primary School and NUS are within 1km of each other, as well Nexus International School are located in the same area. It offers education right from the primary level up to and including the International Baccalaureate Diploma, making the perfect place for an effortless and uninterrupted education.
One-North is a 200-hectare business park located in Singapore created through JTC Corporation, that houses research and high-tech initiatives within the areas of biological sciences, information communication technologies (ICT) and the media. one-north was created through JTC Corporation to serve as an research and development hub as well as a hub for high-tech research and development across all of the country.
The 200-hectare park was designed through JTC Corporation to provide a learning-based work environment that comprises educational facilities, residences Research facilities, leisure and recreation areas.
There are more than 400 business and 15 research institutes of the government as well as five higher education institutions as well as business schools that include over 50,000 professionals, Pinetree Hill could help fill in the absence of homes in the area.
One-North was initially conceptualised as part of the National Technology Plan of 1991 it was officially established in 2001 by the former deputy prime minister Tan Keng Yam. It was in the hope of establishing an international talent- and knowledge-based economic center.
One-North, a masterplanned project through Zaha Hadid architects, is situated at Buona Vista. It is close to research and education institutions such as National University of Singapore (NUS), INSEAD, and the Singapore Science Park I & II.
CRL2 is a 15-kilometer-long line, which includes six underground stations that are located at Turf City, King Albert Park, Maju, Clementi, West Coast, and Jurong Lake District.
Once completed the station will provide benefits to 40,000 residents living within 800m of the station. The station's construction is set to start in 2023. After that, the stations are set to open in 2032.
The first phase of the CRL announced in 2019 is 29km long and includes 12 stations that extend from Aviation Park to Bright Hill. Engineering studies are in progress to examine the phase 3 of CRL, which will serve Jurong Industrial Estate.
The proposed Maju Station is to be built to accommodate teachers and students in the vicinity of Ngee Ann Polytechnic, SIM Global Education and Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) and residents of Sunset Way and Ulu Pandan.
The Cross Island Line will support the creation of new, active economic centers which extend beyond the CBD which comprises Jurong Lake District, the Punggol Digital District, and the Changi Region, while furthering Singapore's city-planning strategy and making work easier for the population of Singapore.
The CRL is anticipated to be one of the largest section of underground lines in Singapore with an estimated length of 50 km. It is anticipated to have a the capacity of 600,000.
UOL & Singland Group is an investment and real estate development company which has been listed on principal board of the Singapore Exchange since 2007, with a long history of constructing highly acclaimed residential and commercial properties. It is well-established and has a experience of acquiring skills in a broad range of properties which range from land estates, apartments and commercial properties and industrial structures. Over time, the UOL and Singland Group's significant contribution to Singapore's property industry through delivering top-quality development has been recognized and earned the company many awards in different kinds of properties.