Sengkang Grand Residences is a 99-year leasehold development that is jointly developed by Capitaland and City Developments Limited in Sengkang Central region in District 19. Temporary Occupation Permit (TOP) is slated for 2nd half of 2022.
The nature of Sengkang Grand Residences layout allows for a wide range of facilities for residents to enjoy. From the swimming pool that allows residents to cool in the hot Singapore weather to the childcare centre that parents will have the option to leave their children with experienced, professional caregivers while at work or on weekends.
Sengkang Grand Residences will be the integrated, sheltered connection to the Buangkok MRT Station. For those who need to take buses, the future bus interchange will also be directly accessible for residents, who will be able to enjoy public transport seamlessly at all times.
For those driving, Sengkang Grand Residences offer incredibly quick access to Central Expressway, Seletar Expressway and Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway. Those driving will be able to get to their necessary expressways without excessive traffic, allowing them to freely move throughout the city.
The central location of the Sengkang Grand Residences also means residents are just a brief walk-off from the Compass One Plaza, Rivervale Mall, Rivervale Plaza, Hougang 1, Hougang Mall and a wide range of other shopping options.
The Sengkang Central area offers parents a wide range of schooling options within walking distance such as Pei Hwa Secondary School, as well as the Sengkang Grand Residences having a childcare centre inside.
With the Punggol Reservoir, also referred to as Sungei Punggol, running through it, Sengkang Riverside Park is that’s calm and tranquil closeby, making it perfect for family time within the weekends and nature lovers who are out there to look out for migratory birds or the exotic local fauna.
Visitors can hike on the park’s many trails to look at the manually planted marshes and obtain on the brink of the inhabitants of the marshland. Home to several aquatic plants, the constructed wetland doubles up as a wildlife habitat and attracts a spread of mangrove birds and damselflies. Alternatively, start an academic journey to explore the fruit trees planted around the park. Visitors may even discover exotic fruits that cannot be found in local stalls and supermarkets. Visitors also can visit Singapore’s largest man-made wetland, PUB’s Sengkang Floating Island, which is found within the park. Making it a perfect spot for photography enthusiasts to capture scenic views of the constructed wetlands.
Sengkang Riverside Park is one among four parks located on the North Eastern Riverine Loop of the Park Connector Network. Sengkang Riverside Park was awarded the ABC Waters Certification, a superb example of how the protection of Singapore’s water resources is often creatively integrated with urban planning in a sustainable manner.