An exciting brand-new condo at Canberra Drive will soon be launch shortly. This highly-awaited condominium is flanked by new street Canberra Drive, Jalan Kemuning, and Jalan Sendoduk. It overlooks Sembawang's landed homes in District 27.
Respectable The Watergardens at Canberra developer UOL Group, United Industrial Corporation (UIC), and Kheng Leong are jointly launching the brand new condo in Canberra Drive Parcel B. The residential home from Canberra Drive, Singapore, will have an estimated 455 units with 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedrooms (to be verified ).
Such as the Oasis Development Canberra, The Watergardens in Canberra is a mere 3-minute walk (roughly 350 metres) in the newest Canberra MRT Station, across the North-South Line. The other MRT station, Sembawang, is merely a 10-minute scroll off. Here is how long it takes to travel to various parts of Singapore by train:
Underneath URA's Masterplan, residents of this Watergardens may anticipate an exciting incorporated hub in Bukit Canberra. Facilities include supermarkets, F&B outlets, retail stores, childcare center, health club, swimming pool, plus an indoor sports hall.
Lush green spaces incorporate seamlessly into the many facilities. A curative garden, a community farm, and a fruit orchard all come together to offer a breath of fresh air for neighboring residents.
The North South Corridor (anticipated 2026) will link the north of Singapore into the city center. This really is a 21.5 km expressway found largely underground, with 16 exits and entrances. It will intersect with different expressways such as PIE and ECP, and will reduce travel time significantly for drivers. The SLE is Only a 13-minute drive off in The Watergardens through Yishun Ave 8 with the Yishun Ave 9 EC.
Residents can expect to save 30% travel time driving into the City Centre and vice versa. Driving into the Central Business District (CBD) or Orchard Road will have a mere 10-15 minutes. There'll be committed and continuous bus lanes that will benefit individuals who travel through public transportation too.
The Watergardens in Canberra is a collaboration among three renowned developers, UOL, UIC and Kheng Leong. UOL is a award winning, publicly-listed developer in Singapore. UOL has an extensive property portfolio in Asia, Oceania and North America, including residential, commercial, hotels, and serviced apartments.
UIC is a significant property developer with a center focus in property improvement. Kheng Leong Group is an investment conglomerate using a diverse property portfolio which spans throughout Asia-Pacific, Europe, and North America.