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Master Plan for East Region- Paya Lebar, Tampines, Changi

Many mega developments in the East Region have been planned by the URA.

This is expected to underpin it as an important economic zone amid the government’s plan to further decentralise some of its major industries away from Hence, a new development such as the Parc Central Residences in Tampines and integrated development will provide astute investors the first-mover advantage to ride on the growth in the region.

Tampines is already known to be one of Singapore’s major regional centres, but its importance is set to grow further due to its strategic location between the Paya Lebar Airbase and Changi Region, which have been earmarked for major transformations.

Currently, Tampines is a self-sufficient estate with many essential amenities such as shopping malls, schools, recreation facilities and many more. It is also a major commercial hub and has been dubbed the CBD of the East. At Tampines Central, many established international banks such as OCBC, DBS, UOB, Citibank and Standard Chartered can be found. It is also home to major corporations such as AIA, NTUC Income and the CPF Board. All these are clustered around the Tampines MRT station and bus interchange. Nearby is Pasir Ris, which is just one MRT station away from Tampines. Pasir Ris is another well-established housing estate in the East. Endowed with lush greenery, nature parks, beach and a variety of recreational facilities, it hasbecome one of the most popular place to live.

The East is home to some major manufacturing and business hubs. These include the Pasir Ris Wafer Fabrication Park, Loyang Industrial Estate and Changi Business Park. It is also close the the Changi Airport. These places are well connected by the excellent MRT network to the surrounding housing estates. Unsurprisingly properties in Tampines and Pasir Ris have been well sought-after as choice locations to live, work and play. With the major transformation taking place together with the increased in employment opportunities, demand for properties are expected to rise.

One of the mega developments in the East Region is the redevelopment of the Paya Lebar Airbase . Under the URA Master Plan, the land currently occupied mostly by aeronautic and related industries will be relocated from 2030 onward. Five times the size of Toa Payoh Town, the area will be progressively transformed into a highly liveable and sustainable new town with a distinct identity anchored to its aviation heritage.

These will include meaningful parks and play spaces for people to enjoy. A new commercial hub will also be developed together with many lifestyle amenities. This will greatly benefit future residents in the area and those surrounding it, such as Tampines and Pasir Ris, which are a short drive away.

In fact, the the upcoming Cross Island Line (CRL) will bring these housing estates closer together. Phase 1 of this new line will stretch from Changi Aviation Park to Bright Hill while passing through Paya Lebar Airbase. Hence, it is highly likely a new MRT station will be built there in the future. Phase 1 of the Cross Island Line (CRL) is slated to be completed by 2029 and the Paya Lebar station is just 2 and 3 stops from Pasir Ris and Tampines respectively.

Mega Developments Near Tampines

Mega Developments In Changi Region

Changi is synonymous with the Changi International Airport, which is ranked as one of the top airports in the world. However, under the URA Master Plan for the Changi Region , several mega developments are set to take place. This is expected to boost property demand in the East Region. The developments in the Changi Master Plan include the following:

Changi Aviation Park

This will cater to new aviation-related sectors and businesses that rely on air connectivity to the world. The existing air cargo cluster will be expanded together with the development of Changi East Industrial Zone.

Changi City

The Changi City will leverage on the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD) and Changi Business Park (CBP). The plan is to create an innovative ecosystem with a live-in community that would attract businesses and institutions involved with freight transportation/aviation-related research and development, including artificial intelligence and robotics technology.

Being at the doorstep of the future Terminal 5, which will be larger than Terminal 1, 2 and 3 combined, new offices, smart work centres, flexible conference rooms and halls, hotels and serviced apartments are planned. All these will be set amidst lushly landscaped public spaces within the new Changi East Urban District.

A new waterfront district is also planned in the longer term. It will offer exciting new recreational and tourism possibilities and seamless inter-modal “fly-ferry” linkages between Changi Terminal 5 and the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal.

A new waterfront district is also planned in the longer term. It will offer exciting new recreational and tourism possibilities and seamless inter-modal “fly-ferry” linkages between Changi Terminal 5 and the Tanah Merah Ferry Terminal.

Changi Mega Developments

Development of Tampines North

Tampines North is an extension of the current Tampines estate and one-fifth of its size. Currently, it is home to the Tampines Retail Park where three megastores are located – Giant Hypermarket, IKEA and Courts. The area is under study for the construction of an integrated transport hub. Integrated Transport Hubs are fully air-conditioned bus interchanges that seamlessly link to the MRT network and shopping malls/commercial buildings.

Tampines North is expected to provide about 21,000 new private and public housing when fully developed. Commercial and industrial developments are also planned for the area, which will bring new employment opportunities. This is expected to boost property demand and hence, new developments like Parc Central Residences and Pasir Ris 8 will offer astute property investors the opportunity to take advantage of the exciting transformation currently taking place.

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Mega Development in East Region

New Property Launches

  • Provence Residence, an executive condo near Canberra MRT station and Canberra Plaza
  • Parc Greenwich, an executive condo at Fernvale Lane, next to the Seletar Springs Estate
  • Bartley Vue, a 115-unit condo development 400m from the Bartley MRT station
  • The Watergardens At Canberra, a low-rise condo development near the Canberra MRT station
  • Canninghill Piers, an integrated development at Clarke Quay beside the Singapore River
  • The Reef At King’s Dock, an exclusive waterfront development at Harbourfront opposite Sentosa island
  • Midtown Modern, an integrated development to be built atop the Bugis MRT station
  • One Bernam condo, a mixed-use development at Tanjong Pagar within the Central Business District
  • The Atelier, a freehold condo development at Newton in Singapore’s prime District 9
  • Kopar At Newton, an exclusive condo development opposite the Newton Food Centre
  • Ki Residences At Brookvale, a 999-year development in the idyllic Sunset Way estate
  • Parc Central Residences, the first executive condominium to be launched in Tampines in eight years
  • One-North Eden, a mixed-use development in one-north, Singapore’s high-tech, research and innovation hub
  • Pasir Ris 8, an integrated development beside the Pasir Ris MRT station, bus interchange and White Sands shopping mall

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