Residential developments that will give a tough competition to Woodleigh Residences

Residential developments that will give a tough competition to Woodleigh Residences

Woodleigh Residences is a residential and retail combined development. It’s not made by one but two developers. Woodleigh Residences is the masterpiece of Singapore press holding (SPH) as well as kijima development. It is located in Bidadari estate, if you are someone that can’t live without AC; you’re in for a treat. Woodleigh Residences is Singapore’s first air-conditioned basement. 

Woodleigh has everything a resident could ask for, from small families to big, everyone can live at ease. Woodleigh residences offer two to four bedroom flats which are from about 570sqf to 1,475sqf. It’s just wonderful how much lifestyle convenience Woodleigh offers. You can see 11 storey towers with 667 units in each which range from 2 bedrooms to 4 bedrooms as said earlier. 

Apart from the inside, the outside also has a lot of convenient features. Woodleigh also offers a two storey shopping platform which has 3 basements meant for parking. It’s just wonderful how you are in the middle of the city and at the same time in such a peaceful environment. As it’s built by 2 massive developers, it’s extremely sure that the residence is wonderful. For you to have a further understanding let’s look at some developments in Singapore that can give a tough competition to Woodleigh Residences. 

Florences residence

Florences residence is an amazingly developed residential area District 19 along Hougang Ave 2 with a project area of 386,236Sqft which is all set for residential development. It provides services for different family requirements by offering plots from 1 bedroom to 5 bedrooms. You’re in the middle of chaos and yet peaceful if you get a plot in Florences residence

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There are a ton of shopping malls, schools, food places, train stations outside your doorstep. Florences residence also offers a good amount of green area, considering the amount of units which is about 1410. Do you like to go shopping all the time, or are you a big foodie? Do you like coffee a lot, Florences has it all nearby. Want to take a walk around, there’s a ton of green area. You technically have everything at your doorstep. 

Gazania condo

It’s the first ever condo in Singapore developed by the SingHaiyi Group. There is a wide range of area size available at Gazania condo; you have 1 bedroom to 4 bedroom and penthouse availability. Total site area of the construction is 146,046 sq ft. It is located at How Sun Drive, 538527, Hougang, Punggol, Sengkang making it the perfect place for everything. There are plenty of shopping malls, schools and food places available around the condo. 

Inside Gazania condo, you can find a barbeque area, children’s play area, spa pool etc. people of all ages can have extra fun here. Are you a fitness freak? Don’t worry there’s a part of the condo dedicated for people like you. If you want to host a huge function, there’s a function hall available. Are there any gymnasts among you guys? The condo also has a separate area for you. Overall it’s just a wonderful residential area. 

Ola sengkang

Ola sengkang is a development of 99 years which is located in 70-86 Anchorvale Crescent in D19 – Hougang, Punggol, Sengkang of Singapore. There are a total of 548 units in the residential development. You can get anything from 1 bedroom to a 5 bedroom penthouse at Ola sengkang. The estimated completion date is given as 29th September in the year 2024. You can tell by the graphical representation that the development will be a blast. With all of these amazing developments coming up, they start to be a tough competition for Woodleigh Residences. 

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Cory Weinberg

About the author: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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