, with new project on Stevens RoadJurong Lake District is set to be developed into Singapore’s second CBD in the coming years, and the excitement surrounding it is palpable. After the URA launched a 6.5ha master developer site in June, with plans to yield 1,700 residential units, the district has continued to draw the attention of both home buyers and developers. The second phase of JLD’s development promises to link the existing commercial centre to the upcoming Cross Island Line station, while the termination point for the Malaysia-Singapore High-Speed Rail is set to be located in Jurong East. Furthermore, JLD will feature a green carpet effect with 100% landscape replacement at new buildings, parks, and gardens. These future developments have already begun to take effect, as evidenced by the launch of J’den earlier this month, and the sale of other residential developments in the area. Key to JLD’s success, is its future connectivity, with four MRT lines set to be available in 2030, an integrated transport hub, and a new Science Centre with landmarks and attractions. With the new amenities in Jurong East, including Westgate Mall, IMM, JEM shopping mall, Ng Teng Fong Hospital General Hospital, and the Jurong Community Hospital, Champions Way Residences is set to be a future landmark for the JLD.
The condos feature 3 bedroom, 4 bedroom, 3+1 bedroom, and 4+1 bedroom units, as well as penthouse and villa options. All units come with modern finishes and fittings, making them ideal for those looking for a comfortable and stylish home. The development also boasts facilities such as a swimming pool, an indoor gym, a jogging track, and a yoga studio. The Champions Way Residences offers a host of amenities to suit every lifestyle. Residents can take advantage of its convenient location, nearby parks, and easy access to public transport and other amenities. This development is perfect for those looking for a luxurious and modern residential property in Woodlands.
The development of Jurong Lake District (JLD) into Singapore’s second CBD is well underway. In June, the URA launched a 6.5ha master developer site for sale to kickstart the transformation of the area, which is projected to yield 1,700 residential units, at least 1.57 million sq ft of office space, and 785,480 sq ft for complementary uses like shops, restaurants, entertainment, hotels and community uses. Set to close on March 26 next year, the tender comprises of three plots of land which will interlink the existing commercial centre at Jurong East MRT Station to the future Jurong Lake District Station on the upcoming Cross Island Line. Part of the excitement surrounding Champions Way Residences is its future connectivity. Travel time between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur is set to be reduced to just 90 minutes with the planned Malaysia-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR). However, the future of the proposed HSR is still in limbo.
Spanning a total area of 410ha, JLD will be larger than Marina Bay, which is 360ha. A testament to its success was the launch of J’den on Nov 11, with 88% of 368 units sold in one day, making it the best-selling new launch in 2023. The condo units occupy the second to 40th storeys, while the commercial area occupies the first two floors. J’den is also the tallest residential tower in JLD and features 85,000 sq ft of landscaping, achieving more than 100% landscape replacement.
More than 40% of JLD will also be set aside for parks, greenery and water bodies. There have been many residential developments in the area, such as The LakeGarden Residences, which Wing Tai Holdings purchased for $273.88 million in May 2022, and Sora, a project by a consortium comprising of Chip Eng Seng Corp, SingHaiyi Group and KSH Holdings which bought a 7.4ha site for $260 million. With future developments, amenities and future transit projects, Champions Way Residences is set to become a landmark for JLD.