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Park Place Residences @ Paya Lebar Quarter

November 29, 2016

Welcome to Paya Lebar Quarter, Singapore’s most progressive city precinct located at the heart of the URA’s urban regeneration masterplan for Paya Lebar.

 

 

Paya Lebar Quarter will have three office towers, three residential towers and a retail complex, and will be adjacent to the Paya Lebar MRT interchange station.

The residences at PLQ will be known as Park Place Residences.

 

 

 

Construction on a massive 3.9ha site fronting the Paya Lebar MRT interchange station began in January. When completed in phases from 2H2018 to 1H2019, Paya Lebar Quarter will comprise a retail complex with 200 shops, three Grade-A office towers with a total of about one million sq ft and three residential towers with 429 units known as Park Place Residences.

 

 

Developed by Australian property group Lendlease and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority in a 30:70 joint venture, Paya Lebar Quarter is a mixed-use scheme valued at $3.2 billion when completed. Lendlease purchased the 99- year leasehold site in a government land tender with a bid of $1.67 billion, which translated to $943 psf per plot ratio (psf ppr) in April 2015.

The integrated development will have a wellness theme with 100,000 sq ft of green public spaces (the size of 20 basketball courts) and a 20,000 sq ft covered event space outside the mall. There will also be a 6m-wide cycling trail and pedestrian pathway within the development that will link to the Sims Avenue park connector. For the convenience of office tenants, there will be facilities for storing bicycles and scooters, as well as showering facilities. The development is aiming for a BCA Green Mark Platinum Award, the highest accolade for sustainability in Singapore.

Paya Lebar Quarter will serve a working population of about 22,000 in the local catchment area within a seven-minute walk and more than one million residents in the area. There has been a buzz in the Paya Lebar Central neighbourhood around the MRT station since the government announced in the URA 2008 Master Plan that it would be transformed into a commercial hub. At the same time, Jurong East — now known as Jurong Gateway — will be Singapore’s second CBD. This is all part of the government’s overall plan towards decentralisation.

 

 

Park Place — residences

The residential component at Paya Lebar Quarter will be called Park Place and will contain 429 units. The residences will be launched for sale only in 1H2017. Unlike many of the mixed-use developments with residential towers sitting on top of the retail complex, the three residential towers at Paya Lebar Quarter will be standalone towers atop a multi-storey carpark. They will be linked to the retail and office buildings via covered walkways and overhead bridges. Residents of Park Place will have their own private entertainment deck with a 50m swimming pool, a gym, playground and clubhouse. Park Place will be Lendlease’s first residential development in Singapore. The apartments will be a mix of one- to three-bedroom units.

 

 

 

 

Source: The Edge Property

 

 

 

 

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