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3 integrated condo developments in Singapore to watch

Integrated condominium developments are the very definition of accessibility. Parents can send their kids to the childcare centre or music school with ease. The clinic is never too far away for retirees. And for the rest of us, being able to “tapau” food from a multitude of F&B options - all in the comfort of air-conditioning - count among the top perks. Being located near a transport node also makes owning a car less necessary, and doubling back when you forget your phone is no longer the chore it was. In other words, living in an integrated condo development is fantastic.

There’s no wonder why they’re so highly sought after, but these purveyors of quality living are few and far between. Demand far outweighs supply, with completed integrated condo developments amounting to just 7,500 units in the local property market in early 2021. But this also bodes well for rental demand and resale value, making integrated condo developments a category to watch. In fact, here are four to look out for in the coming years.

1. Canninghill Piers

We said goodbye to our favourite Japanese supermarket, Meidi-ya, at Liang Court for good reason, and Canninghill Piers is an en-bloc development that has sprouted in its wake. The new launch in Clarke Quay is a 99-year leasehold development that will be hard to miss come mid 2027, comprising nearly 700 residential units in two towers with direct access to Fort Canning MRT on the Downtown Line. This is in addition to a shopping mall called Canninghill Square, Somerset Serviced Residence, and Mariott’s Moxy Hotel.

The condo promises every view there is. The city’s skyline, low-rise shophouses, the greenery of Fort Canning Hill - you name it. But we would be remiss if we didn’t mention the rooftop infinity pool on the sky bridge that connects two residential towers, which might well be the best vantage point to take in all of the above. Also on Level 24 are a yoga deck, meditation room, and two gymnasiums dedicated to cardio and resistance training.

Another highlight of the development is its energy-efficient design. From 1-bedroom to 5-bedroom units, sky suites and a penthouse, residences come with deep recessed balconies and horizontal ledges to keep interiors shaded and cool, while a central open air well facilitates air flow to create natural ventilation. Even in its urban surroundings, you never have to feel stifled.

2. Piccadilly Grand

Also a new launch, albeit in Farrer Park, is Piccadilly Grand. The 99-year leasehold development is expected to be completed in 2026 with 407 units across three 23-storey blocks. These homes will be directly linked to Farrer Park MRT station on the North-East Line, City Square Mall, and Mustafa Centre.Piccadilly Galleria, however, will be the new kid on the block - a 3-storey complex with up to 1,500 sqm of shops, eateries, and a childcare centre.

Piccadilly Grand’s large variety of unit types include dual-key 4-Bedroom units and 4-Bedroom Premium units with private lifts perfect for multi-generational living. Its 4 to 5-bedroom units aren’t shabby either, and come with polished marble flooring as well as appliances from luxury brands such as BOSCH and Hans Grohe. Like Canninghill Piers, energy-efficient is made a priority in Piccadilly Grand’s design, which is why residents can expect LED lights and natural ventilations in their homes.

The neighbourhood might be a tad busy, but the development has three clubhouses where residents can escape to. An arrival zone that makes you feel like you’re on a perpetual hotel staycation, a social zone for hosting friends and family with, as well as botanical and tranquillity zones complete with co-working spaces for when the plethora of cafes nearby are swamped.

3. Sengkang Grand Residences

Another upcoming development along the Northeast Line is Sengkang Grand Residences, which is set to be completed in 2023. Joining the rank of the neighbourhood’s first integrated condo development, Compass Heights, the former has outdone itself with a whopping 680 units across nine 8 to 10-storey blocks. What most sets Sengkang Grand Residences apart, however, is that it isn't just an integrated condo development but an integrated community hub. This means that on top of its seamless connectivity to Buangkok MRT Station, residents can also access a community club, Sengkang Grand Shopping Mall, a hawker centre, and a childcare centre.

Beneath these amenities, the condo strikes a balance between residential and commercial intentions. Like Piccadilly Grand, it has a variety of lifestyle clubs tailored for different interests. The Recreation Club, for starters, is built for community gardeners and culinary enthusiasts to come together, while the Wellness and Sensory Clubs come with aqua hammocks and a Treetop Walk to unwind after a long day at.

On top of energy-efficient design, which you might be familiar with by now, Sengkang Grand Residences goes a step further to furnish residential units - ranging from 1-bedroom + study to 4-bedroom premium units - with water-efficient features and organic paints that enhance air quality. Avid cyclists can also free up space indoors by using the bicycle parking lots provided, and enjoy the convenience of end-of-trip facilities.


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