Park Colonial Woodleigh Lane, Singapore Last updated on 2018 November 30 11:11
|TOP||To Be Confirmed|
|Site Area||19,547 sqm / 210,403 sqft|
|Property Type||Apartment / Condo|
|Developer||CEL Unique Development Pte. Ltd. (Chip Eng Send Corp, Heeton Holdings, KSH Holdings)|
New Launch Condo @ Woodleigh Lane
Park Colonial is developed by CEL Unique Development (wholly owned by Chip Eng Seng Corp and Unique Real Estate). It is a 99-year-leasehold residential development strategically located right next to Woodleigh MRT station, and is adjacent to Bidadari New Town. It is also near shopping malls such as Nex shopping mall and upcoming Woodleigh Mall and Poiz Center. It is also well connected to other parts of Singapore via the Central Expressway (CTE).
Park Colonial sits on 210,402 sq ft land with a maximum allowable gross floor area of 631,206 sq ft that can be developed into about 735 homes.
Why Buy Park Colonial?
Minutes to CBD and City area
Minutes to CTE and PIE
Along Upper Serangoon Road, Near Potong Pasir Mature Estate
Plenty of Amenities and Shopping Choice
Along NEL and 1 stop to NEX Serangoon Circle Line
Near Good Schools; Stamford American International School, Cedar Girl Secondary School, St. Andrew's Junior/Secondary School
Good Capital Appreciation from Bidadari Rejuvenation
Upcoming Poiz Residences and Woodleigh Mall
Potentially high rental demand
Choice of 1-5bedrooms units types
Park Colonial is located at the Bidadari Estate that is under the Government Master Plan to expand the city. Park Colonial is also located near to many shopping centres as well as just 1 MRT Stop away from the Circle Line. Located right beside Woodleigh MRT station along Upper Serangoon road, the North East Line is a gateway to seamless connectivity. Park Colonial is conveniently close-by major roads as well as key expressways: PIE, CTE and KPE. Serangoon MRT Interchange is only one stop from here, easily linking shoppers from the Circle Line and beyond.
Within reach is a variety of established local and international schools such as St Andrew’s Secondary School, Cedar Girls’ Secondary School, Maris Stella High School and Stamford American International School.