The Watergardens at Canberra progress by Qin Shui Xuan will be developed by UOL Limited, UIC Limited, and Kheng Leong. They secured Canberra Link/Sembawang road’s prime location via a government land sale plot A (GLS) bid from URA starting at S$129 Million.
UOL Group Limited, one of Singapore’s most prominent publicly-listed property companies, has a total asset of approximately $20 billion. UOL has a strong track record over 50 years and strongly believes in providing quality service and product excellence in every business venture.
UIC Limited, a 50%-owned subsidiary of UOL Group is a prominent real estate company that has been listed since 1971. UIC’s diverse portfolio includes commercial investment properties, residential developments properties, hotels, and IT services.
UIC purchased Singapore Land Limited (now Singland Properties Limited) and expanded its portfolio commercial assets, which now includes 2.5 million square foot of office space and 1,000,000 square feet retail space in Singapore.
The Company also has investments in China and the United Kingdom.
Kheng Leong Pte Ltd was incorporated in 1949. It was established in 1949 as an international spice and commodity trading company.
The company has grown over the years to meet the changing business landscape. It has become an investment group that is interested in real estate and property development.
The Group will continue to leverage its strengths and build synergies to maximize investment returns and growth potential.
The Watergardens in Canberra are one of two private residential sites located just a stone’s throw away from Canberra MRT Station (NS12), which is part of the Sembawang planning area.
It is surrounded by 2 Integrated Transport hubs and 1 Integrated Hub, where you can enjoy the best of both the worlds in convenience and tranquility without having to deal with the crowds below.
It takes only 30 minutes to commute to Orchard MRT Station, and 40 minutes to Central Business District.
Driving is possible, Watergardens is located at Canberra. It is within a few minutes of the North-South Corridor, which connects to the SLE and PIE, and is easily accessible via the Gambas Avenue.
The Watergardens in Canberra will have Bukit Canberra. This 12 hectare community hub will feature an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, as well as a polyclinic, polyclinic and large communal green spaces.
The Northpoint City Shopping Mall is located just one MRT station away. It houses over 100 restaurants, a movie theatre, and core tenants like UNIQLO, Anytime Fitness, Cold Storage, and Anytime Fitness.
Sun Plaza is another shopping center in the heartland that is well-equipped with a supermarket and F&B establishments.
Sembawang Public Library is located right next to Sembawang MRT. Watergardens at Canberra is only minutes away.
The Watergardens are located in the heart of Canberra. They have great connectivity to all parts of Singapore.
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Right in the Heart of Canberra
Canberra is a familiar name to many. It’s located in Sembawang district, which has many exciting developments that will attract many to call it home.
The North-South Corridor which links to major expressways such as ECP, SLE and PIE will make this private residential development easily accessible. It takes only 30 minutes by train to get there for residents who live in the town or Central Business District (CBD).
For a day’s retail therapy, Watergardens in Canberra_ is just a short walk or bus ride to Yishun Central, the largest shopping center in Northpoint City. You can also find groceries, fashion wear, and F&B at the Sembawang Shopping Centre or Sun Plaza within easy walking distance. The area will soon be home to the Canberra Plaza, which promises to delight residents.
Chong Pang Market has a wide range of fresh groceries and hawker food options. Residents looking for a wet market can also visit Sembawang Mart.