Sengang Grand is great for those who like to eat stools at their doorstep. With MRT just below the condo, investors can easily find tenants here. But the amenities, the roads, the proximity to the MRTT and the low-rise towers can create a noise problem for the residents.
|Project:||The Grand Residences dash||District:||19|
|Address:||Central to Central||Term:||99 years|
|Site area:||401,012 square feet||Unit Number:||680|
|Developer:||CDL + Capitalland||Top:||2023|
FFirst up was Sengkang. Back then, it was masculine. As it now prepares to welcome its own integrated residential Kam Shopping Mall development, everyone’s eyes are on the Buangkok MRT.
2 real estate power houses in the form of CDL and Capitalland will join the partnership for the first time in 10 years – their sights set on the top of November 2023.
On the go, it is easy to see why future residents flock to expect the convenience of a shopping mall, as well as the convenience of an MRT station on their own doorstep.
With a solid housing mix of 1-4 bedroom (680) units across its 9 more towers, you can expect a very mixed mix of demographics here – an element that is bound to add color and variation to the space.
Residents of Sengang Grand Residence should have one thing in common, but their love for the beautiful lagoons, primitive landscaping and unique amenities (think of the trampoline area and parkour gym) surrounding the condo.
Still, not everyone living here can be a rose bed.
The fees are not the most affordable (considering its District 19 locale) and it can undoubtedly get pornographic sounding down the towers.
That being said, the uptake has been incredible since its launch – and it’s only a matter of time before all the units are isolated.
Without further ado, let’s move on to ShoFlat!
Sengang Grand Residences Insider Tour
|The Circle Lounge||BBQ Pavilion||Aqua Pod|
|Social pavilion||Poolside Pavilion||Deep pool|
|Welcome to the Pavilion||Tepee garden||Gourmet porch|
|The Trampoline Thrill||Tower tree slide||Playhouse lawn|
|Kid’s Play Pool||Mini golf||Animal Sculpture Playground|
|Pet play||50 meter lap pool||Added lawn|
|Parkour Jim||Five Sense Gardens||Treetop Walk|
|Spectrum Spa Pool||Hammock lawn||Aqua Hammock|
|Floating Tea Deck||Wellness Spa Pool||Swing Day Bed|
|Bubble Retirement Pool||Jim||Social function room|
Some people have priced the PSF on an average of $ 1,700 at the Grand Residences in Sengkang, but since the inauguration there has been a quick sale of 216 units, you really can’t argue with the claim! Someone has done enough to show the signs and first impressions of the story’s commitment to quality development through show-flats. For a project that is a concerted effort CDL and CapitallandHowever, I can’t help but have high expectations from it.
Sitting just above the mall, the Sengkang Grand Residences looks similar to the integrated development of another new launch. Needless to say the design is bad, it looks like its other competitors. If you are not an interested property follower, you will be pressured to exclude each other.
The 50 meter lap pool here looks pretty impressive, especially since it is lagoon shaped. A good thing is that it’s always nice to look for a place of superior success!
The 401,012 sq. Ft. Area with 9 residential blocks is certainly wider than other integrated development like the North Park Residences. Landscaping plays an important role here in softening the look of all concrete and giving it the home it’s home-to-feel. With the renowned CDL and Capitalland behind it, I think you won’t worry too much about executing the project.
From here you can see the huge skylight which is the ceiling of the Sengkang Grand Mall. Some people comment that this is a waste of space, because that space can be better utilized, which I want to agree on. On the other hand, it provides the Mall with much needed natural daylight, so I can see some of its qualities. Maybe a Changi Jewel-inspired waterfall would have been too much to ask here, right?
So the biggest attraction of the Sengangkang Grand Residences is no doubt that you get everything under one roof. It’s basically a 3 storey retail mall with a supermarket, community club, childcare center, MRT station, bus interchange and even a hawker center. You literally don’t want to go anywhere else, because it’s almost like a self-sufficient city.
Hopefully, they’ve been able to attract good hawker stalls to set up shop, but I love that one of the developments is connected. Hawker Center is the key distance for many Singaporeans and I hope that with a new and more efficient way it can provide the younger generation with a platform to continue this trade.
With 160,000 square feet of retail space, the Sengang Grand Mall is pretty modest in size. To give you a better idea, the mall will be 174,730 square feet in a similar-sized competitor, Holeon Habitat. For a proper shopping experience, malls, such as Orchard’s Ion Mall, come in at over 000,000 square feet. Having said that, knowing how to draw a retail mall offer for Capitolland traffic has a ton of experience so it should be a relatively safe bet.
Senjakang Grand Residences 1 Bedroom + Study Review
At 474 square feet, the 1 bedroom plus study unit at the Sengang Grand Residence is the only acceptable size. This is an overall efficient layout with almost no waste. My only nitpick would be the slight exaggeration of allocating the term extra study for it, as in reality, it’s a small corner of the master bedroom (which I’ll touch on later).
Like most of the other brand new Launch 1 bedroom units, the entrance is merged with the kitchen to create a well-sized space. The counter is long enough to perform most of the cooking related tasks. I like that the entrance is wide too, so even if you have 2 or 3 people here, it won’t be too narrow.
If you are really into cooking, most 1 bedroom units will not really be enough as you have to open the front door and porch to make your space always run. However, the mall has a hawker center with all the dining options so it really won’t pose a problem for 99.9% of people considering any units here.
Living and dining together is practically a size enough. The tall bench seat makes the space look taller than it used to be when the ID is done.
You can fit in here with a round dining table that can seat up to 3 people and still have enough room to roam.
By entering the bedroom, you are limited by how much TV you can place in the living area. So for those of you who dream of Super Large TV, this is a limitation that you have to deal with.
If you give priority to indoor living space, it will be heard in your ear as the porch of the Sengang Kand Grand Residence is kept to a minimum.
There is nothing to scream for a bathroom in a 1 bedroom unit, enough space for 2 people at once (if needed). There are two entrances so you can access it from both the area and the bedroom.
The bedroom is on the smaller side here, with enough room for a queen size bed.
If you are wondering where on earth there is a field of study, it has actually been entered into a corner as part of the bedroom.
Because it was advertised as a 1 bedroom plus study, you will naturally have higher expectations in this area of study. I think it could be so much more impressive if it was just shown as a 1 bedroom unit with a corner and shown in this usable way. It’s a cozy place, of course.
Sengang Grand Residences 2 Bedroom Premium + Study Review
At 6464৪ square feet, the 2-bedroom premium Sengang Kand is a bit larger than the regular 2-bedroom unit in Grand Residence. I am not a fan of long entrances to get into the unit, but everything is a very usable place.
As I said above, the entrance to the 2 bedroom unit is, in my opinion, long and unnecessary. I think if you make some cabinets on the side, you can take advantage of the extra storage space.
Once you take more steps, however, the ID of this unit really brings out the best. The kitchen area is actually L-shaped and larger than most units.
I really like the idea of the kitchen island here because it is something you rarely see in small units. If you are a foodie or amateur home cook, this will be a definite attraction. The kitchen island can basically double as a dining space, you can totally remove a dining table if you want something different.
The result is more places where you can allocate to the living area. Which is not exactly the biggest living room.
As a 1 bedroom unit, you usually find a TV console short of wall to wall so you’re pretty limited in your choices here. Moving it to the wide wall to the right will not cut it at all because the couch will then be in a leisurely position. On a positive note, the ID for this unit is really on point. The green tones add a really pleasing aspect to the colorful wallpaper, which somehow makes it feel very homely. I know this is not what you get in the original unit, but there are some valuable tips that you can take from here.
The balcony is of average size for a 2 bedroom unit and there is also ample space for outdoor dining if you wish.
The common bedroom here is small, and in the design of this platform I think the lack of places is even more apparent despite being more comfortable.
The general bathroom here is spacious enough considering the size of the unit.
The master bedroom is OK in size with small storage space.
Like the 1 bedroom plus study unit, the area of study here is actually an angle that has been carved. In other developments, this used to be a porch, but I like this little dog here that you can use for a study or dedicated dresser area.
All in all for me personally, I found the better 2 bedroom units এটি made it the pick of the bunch among the 3 ShoFlat units available.
Sengang Grand Residence 3 Bedroom Premium + Flexi Review
At 1,012 square feet, the size of a 3 bedroom premium unit isn’t really too bad. But if you look closely, the layout of the unit is not terribly efficient, its long entrance plus hallway that leads to the bedrooms.
Similarly as a 2 bedroom unit, this spacious entrance is not the best used it is here. At the very least there is storage space.
The kitchen is just right for a 3 bedroom unit. There will be a sliding door so it can be closed.
The available counter space is quite limited for both parties, so if you have kitchen equipment like a rice cooker you use often, you might want to chop it up a bit.
The accommodation and dining space are not very large, so a number of mirrors are needed here to give the place more presence.
Like most showflats, the dining table shown here will probably be too small for a family to eat comfortably, making the most sense from the point of view of a place flush with it.
The living room here thankfully has a long wall so you can keep your TV console. However, the width of the living space is very small here as any common-sized TV console plus couches will likely make the space feel smaller. It’s best to look at mounting the TV on the wall instead.
The porch here is almost square and large enough to accommodate some common seating.
There is a small house on the left side of the hallway that you can use depending on your needs. In this case, a folding bed was installed that could be used as a helper’s room or guest room. You can use it as a (large) storeroom or even as a study area. But in reality, this flexibility comes at a cost because the rest of the bedrooms are not the largest around.
The small house is also accessible from the kitchen, there is a small bathroom with a small yard space on the outside for your washer / dryer.
The common bathroom here is of very average size.
Unlike the other two units, there is not a small angle you can use for the study / dresser corner. Instead, you have the luxury of balcony space. Personally, I really like the indoor space but I can also see the private porch for the master bedroom.
Lastly, the master bedroom here is of average size. There is no special bathtub here with premium status!
Sengang Grand Residential Location Review
As northeast of Singapore as the ‘city of Kompong’, today, plenty of HDBs and condos are covered in the sky, with plenty of busy residents rushing in and out of them.
It is a relatively affordable ‘heartland’ estate that caters to most demographics even if it is a bit far from central Singapore.
Geographically tranquil mangrove is located evenly between the first place nature zone and the central center of the feverish Sarangun nex, the Sengangkang Grand Residences frequently surrounds the surrounding amenities to meet Buangkok MRT ‘stoppers’ no.
|Bus stop||Bus service||Distance from Condo (and Time to Run)|
|‘Buangkok Stan Exit B’||27, 43, 43m, 43a, 102||40m, 1-min walk|
|‘Over the riverdale’||80, 82, 87, 88, 89, 119, NR6||700m, 8-minute walk|
|‘Beef Buangkok Drive’||109, 156, 159, 159a, 161||750m, 9-minute walk|
Nearest MRT: Buangkok MRT, instant
It is usually a blessing to have an MRT station directly under your feet … only if you can’t feel the sound of the train leaving and leaving the stations. Which, in this case, should be highly probable.
Yes, the Buangkok MRT is not the most central, but it is one of three stops from the Serangoon MRT (for those who need the circle line) and the Pongol MRT (for lovers of nature and water-related hobbies). It is 8 stops from Little India MRT (Downtown Line) and 9 stops from Dhobi Ghat MRT (Circle and North-South line) – approximately 21 and 25 minutes ride respectively.
In addition to Night Rider 6 for our late night commuters, there are several different types of buses serving the area.
Personal Transport Accessibility: Good
|Highway / Major Road||Distance from condo (and ironing off-peak drive time)|
|Hoogang Avenue 2||2 km, 3 minute drive|
|Eo Chu Kang Road||2.3km, 3 minute drive|
|Tampines Road||2.9km, 4 minute drive|
|Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3||3.3km, 4 minute drive|
|In the coat||4.4km, 5 minute drive|
|Upper Sarangoon Viaduct||4.5 km, 6 minute drive|
|KPE||2.5 km, 3 minute drive|
|Of TPE||3 km, 4 minute drive|
|SLE||7 km, 7 minute drive|
|Pie||11.6km, 12 minute drive|
|ECP||14 km, 12 minute drive|
|Forever||17.7 km, 14 minute drive|
|BKE||18.4 km, 14-minute drive|
Here all the time they were shortened to the minimum potential. Factoring in traffic lights and the number of residential developments in the entire area (not to mention shopping malls), you should expect two and a half to twice the regular drive time.
Also, because the Sengkang Grand Habits are located deep in the northeast Singapore territory, this means that personal transport travel / time will not be good for them as CBD works frequently.
Considering the condo premium, it would be a lot of prudent to find a place near the city that would cost the same or even cheaper!
Nevertheless, the personal transportation accessibility of the Sengkang Grand Residences gets a ‘good’ mainly due to the urgency with KPE (a savior for people living in the northeast region). The direct route to the tunnel directly from Buangkok Drive will certainly benefit many of the residents here.
|The name of the grocery store||Distance from condo (and ironing off-peak drive time)|
|FairPrice – Compass Link||Come on|
|Fairprice – Senkang East Avenue||1.4km, 5 minute drive or 750m, 9-minute walk|
|FairPrice – Riverwell Plaza||2.1km, 5 minute drive|
|Fairprice Extra – Hoogang St. 91||2.7km, 8 minutes drive|
|FairPrice Finest – Slater Mall||4.3km, 10 minute drive|
|Cold Storage – Compass One||2.4km, 7 minutes drive|
|Cold Storage – Greenwich||4.3km, 10 minute drive|
|Refrigerator Cold||4.4km, 10 min drive|
It may be just me, but when you come to the heartland, it always seems that wherever you go, grocery is available.
The same can be said in this area. With more than 10 Fair-Prices to choose from in this area, we decided to leave you the nearest / ‘Greatest’ 5.
Sadly, there is no immediate cold storage or much in the vicinity, which may not be common to residents here.
None of this really matters when you have a supermarket at the doorstep!
|The name of the shopping mall||Distance from condo (and ironing off-peak drive time)|
|Hoogang Mall||1.6km, 4 minute drive|
|Hoogang Green Shopping Mall||1.6km, 6 minute drive|
|Compass One||1.8km, 7 minutes drive|
|Riverwalk Plaza||2.1km, 5 minute drive|
|Buangkok Square Mall||2.6km, 6 minute drive|
|Hugang d||2.7km, 8 minutes drive|
|Riverwall Mall||2.8km, 7 minute drive|
|Pongol Plaza||4.3 km, 9 minute drive|
|Greenich v||4.3km, 10 minute drive|
|Slater Mall||4.3km, 10 minute drive|
|Point of waterway||5.4 km, 13 minute drive|
Yes we know, this list is the opposite of the very grain of life on a newly built shopping mall (* battles internal shouting).
The truth is, however, that our common sights are finally disturbed. For the adventurous and those who like to diversify, the Heartland Mall and a newly refurbished shopping center await a tight mix.
|Name of the school||Education level||Distance from condo (estimated pickup time)|
|Little Readers and Genius Tots||Preschool||240m, 1-minute drive or 3-minute walk|
|MyWorld @CompassaveAncella||Preschool||1.6km, 6-minute drive or 800m, 10 minute walk|
|Ashcock Valley||Preschool||1.8km, 5 minute drive|
|Sengang Methodist Children’s Center||Preschool||2.9km, 6 minute drive –|
|Cambridge @ Fernvale||Preschool||3.5 km, 8 minute drive|
|Palm View Primary||Primary||Come on|
|North Vista Elementary||Primary||800m, 3-minute drive or 200m, 3-minute walk|
|Pongol is the primary||Primary||1.6km, 7 minutes drive|
|Yoo Choo Kang Primary||Primary||1.6km, 4 minute drive|
|Nan Chiao Elementary||Primary||1.8km, 6 minute drive|
|Hoogang Elementary||Primary||2.2km, 6 minute drive|
|The answer is early spring||Primary||2.2km, 6 minute drive|
|Senkang Primary||Primary||2.3km, 6 minute drive|
|Anchor Green Primary||Primary||2.4km, 6 minute drive|
|Springdale Elementary||Primary||2.4km, 9 minutes drive|
|Riverwall Elementary||Primary||3 km, 7 minute drive|
|Primary in Compasswall||Primary||3 km, 8 minute drive|
|Senkang Green Primary||Primary||3.6km, 8 minutes drive|
|Early in Farnwall||Primary||3.7km, 8 minute drive|
|Fern Green Primary||Primary||3.8km, 9-minute drive|
|Primary in Grendale||Primary||4.5 km, 9 minute drive|
|The horizon is elementary||Primary||4.5 km, 9 minute drive|
|Edgefield Elementary||Primary||4.7km, 10 minute drive|
|North Vista is secondary||Secondary||1.2 km, 3 minute drive|
|Montford Secondary||Secondary||1.3km, 4 minute drive|
|Senkang is secondary||Secondary||1.4km, 5 minute drive|
|Hoogang Secondary||Secondary||1.9km, 5 minute drive|
|Nan Chiau Hi||Secondary||2 km, 5 minute drive|
|Serangoon is secondary||Secondary||2 km, 6 minute drive|
|Jimin is secondary||Secondary||2.4km, 7 minutes drive|
|CHIJ The Convent of St. Joseph||Secondary||2.5km, 6 minute drive|
|Secondary on compass||Secondary||2.9km, 7 minute drive|
|Pei hawa is secondary||Secondary||3.1km, 7 minute drive|
|Bowen is secondary||Secondary||3.2km, 8 minute drive|
|Edgefield Secondary||Secondary||3.9km, 10 minute drive|
|Granadale Secondary||Secondary||4.2km, 9 minute drive|
|Pongol is secondary||Secondary||5 km, 10 minute drive|
|Anderson Serangoon Junior College||Junior College||6.4 km, 14-minute drive|
|Tampines Meridian Junior College||Junior College||7.5 km, 15 minute drive|
|Nanyang Polytechnic||Polytechnic||7.8km, 17 minutes drive|
|Temasek Polytechnic||Polytechnic||11.8km, 16 min drive|
|Ira Business School||The university||3.4km, 9 minutes drive|
|Singapore Institute of Technology (NYP Campus)||The university||8.2km, 18-minute drive|
|Singapore Institute of Technology (Temasek Campus)||The university||12.4km, 17 min drive|
|Curtin Singapore||The university||16.3km, 21 min drive|
Given the mix of units, it is not surprising that a large number of residents here will include families with children.
That’s why the incredible diversity of elementary and secondary schools in the region is so important. But note, these are mostly ‘neighboring’ schools – so if you really want your kid to attend a mission / top school, you and / or your kids will have to travel long to school.
Furthermore, there is no alternative to tertiary education in the region, making it a longer travel time for those who need it.
As mentioned earlier, he favors living in a cohesive development cons মধ্যে One of the latter involves a higher sound level in the lower mall rush. This will be especially evident on weekends, public holidays, and lunch and dinner in general. As such, be sure to land on a high floor if you can. Needless to say, the crowds came home every day. If you come from a quiet development, it may take you some time to adjust.
Adding to the noise factor, potential roadblocks will be out of development during periods of intense activity (described above). Given the location, it is important to say that there will be more car numbers in the area as opposed to CBD development (where no car owner is most needed).
Although there is not much we can do about it, we can take refuge in knowing that Sengangkong Central (outside of the proposed development road) is at least 2-laden on both sides – which would make it possible for some traffic here.
হার্টল্যান্ডের সাথে হার্টযুক্ত খাবারের বিকল্পও আসে। A string of hawker centres, simple restaurants, bakeries and convenience stores line the surroundings. Not only will purchases here be generally more affordable than in the mall, it also helps to provide that extra diversity and potential authentic local taste that many commercial food outlets are found wanting in.
Numerous playgrounds, education centres (sorry kids!), schools and entertainment options make it one of the nicer places to raise children. What’s more, there are a couple of nature options (Punggol Promenade and Park) that could make for a great day out with the family
Sengkang Grand Residences Development Site
With 401,012 square feet of land to fill, it seems like the developers have done a good job in introducing facilities that you wouldn’t often see in most properties such as mini golf, an animal sculpture playground, trampolines and even a play lawn for your pets to roam!
It is also extremely family friendly and caters to all the generations and various social needs with its 5-tier ‘club areas’. More than that, it seems very nature integrated with its Treetop Walk, Misty Garden, Cascading Water Feature and Five Sense Garden implementations.
Adding on to which is their strategic placements. Instead of allocating these ‘club areas’ into a similar cordoned area, the developers have decided to spread it across the site. It relatively evens out noise impact and helps reduce individual tower favourability.
Still, we can expect the trampoline and tower tree slide area to be potentially noisier for residents of towers 78 and 80.
One last thing to highlight is the in-condo road that (although provides access to all the blocks) will result in additional vehicle noise in the development – adding on to that from the Compassvale Bow and Sengkang Central roads outside.
Popping over to the unit mix
|Unit Type||No. Of Units||Size of Units (sqft)|
|1-Bedroom + Study||131||474 – 506 sqft|
|2-Bedroom||95||624 – 678|
|2-Bedroom + Study||10||624|
|2-Bedroom Premium + Study||136||732 – 764|
|3-Bedroom||148||936 – 947|
|3-Bedroom Premium||56||1023 – 1055|
|3-Bedroom Premium + Flexi||55||1012|
|4-Bedroom Premium + Flexi||49||1313 – 1324|
As mentioned a couple of times before, Sengkang Grand Residences caters to most target audiences with its unit mix.
In line with the newer developments, units here are of average size, though it is good to know that unit layout is mostly space-efficient.
It is also worth highlighting the limited number of 4-bedders, so if that is something that you are looking at, be sure to put your hat in right away to avoid losing out.
Furthermore, bear in mind that the ‘study’ in the 1-bedroom + study unit is really just a small space in the bedroom situated next to the window.
Here are some of the best stacks that we have identified for the Sengkang Grand Residences.
For stacks 72, 88, 86, 84 and 82, these have East facing which avoids the west sun. However, you might have to contend with traffic noise along Sengkang Central as this is the side where the bus interchange is located at.
Here are some of the specific stacks selected based on units:
|2 Bedroom Premium||53, 25, 13|
|2 Bedroom + Study||33|
|3 Bedroom||14, 54|
|4 Bedroom||19, 32, 60|
The units chosen here mainly avoid the west sun plus have the furthest distance from your opposite neighbour, giving you the most privacy available.
Sengkang Grand Residences Price Review
|Project Name||Tenure||TOP||Average Price (PSF)|
|The Grand Residences dash||99-years||2023||$1,746|
|Jewel @ Buangkok||99-years||2016||$1,303|
Given the estate’s age, we find a variety of HDBs and Condominiums in the area. Some older, some newer.
Now if you were to compare Sengkang Grand Residences to its neighbouring condominiums, you’d quickly realise the massive valuation difference despite of location.
Yes, it’s a newly launched development. But really, its integrated development status allows it to command a much higher premium.
Furthermore, as you can see from the other integrated developments on the list, Sengkang Grand Residences’ price generally seems to be on par with the rest when you scale down the various price-related factors like proximity to town and age.
When you consider that 80% (and climbing) of integrated developments in Singapore have gone on to appreciate since launch, you’ll understand why the demand is so high for units here.
That’s not even the best part.
Do you see Compass Heights’ current PSF of $810? That’s actually a whopping 136% increase from its initial $343 average PSF launch price!
Admittedly, that was launched in a very different time, but still it is rather impressive numbers.
Personally, I think if you are looking at this area, Sengkang Grand Residences is worth taking a look at.
It might not be as solid an investment as the Watertown in Punggol (all the new up-and-coming Punggol amenities are bound to result in some massive appreciation stats there), but definitely still worth considering.
It’ll also be very interesting to observe the average rental price and demand here even if the latter should be relatively lower than that of town.
From a homeowner’s standpoint however, I must say that the added convenience is very welcome – though if it wasn’t for investment opportunity, I would most definitely not fork out this amount of cash for a place here.
An above-average condo noise level (and that’s saying something, given Singapore’s average noise levels), relatively smaller unit spaces as compared to older developments and its general location away from the city centre are basically the major cons for me here. Not to mention, this area of Singapore is actually quite saturated with integrated developments. On the purple line alone you have the Poiz Residences, upcoming Woodleigh Residences, Compass Heights and Watertown. So very honestly speaking, as a home buyer that has convenience at the top of your priorities, you are almost spoilt for choice here.
In crux however, I feel that its array of in-condo facilities on offer, investment opportunity, proximity to schools and convenience factors greatly outweigh the cons of the Sengkang Grand Residences.
I would consider a place here if I was on the lookout for a solid investment opportunity or just a new home in general.
Just as long as I’m not working in the CBD!
What this means for you
You might like Sengkang Grand Residences if you:
- • Are an investor:As mentioned, 80% of integrated (with MRT) developments in Singapore have appreciated over the years. Not to mention the ease of finding tenants due to the added convenience.
- • Enjoy living above an all-in-one development:Having Sengkang Grand Mall at your doorstep is probably the biggest perk of living here.
You might not like Sengkang Grand Residences if you:
- • Greatly value peace and quiet:An abundance of children-catered facilities, lower-rise towers, roads (in and out of the condo) and the general shopping mall at your feet is bound to increase noise levels here.
- • Appreciate large unit spaces:While unit spaces here aren’t extremely small, they also aren’t massive due to the way newer condos are architected – a bummer for those who love space.
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