The latest project in District 15 is Tembusu Grand, a joint development by City Developments Limited (CDL) and MCL Land. Located in the heritage enclave of Katong, the residential condo sold 53% of its units during the launch weekend and has since been gaining interest from property buyers, with prices expected to rise further.
Developed on a site area of 210,622 sqft, Tembusu Grand features 4 towers of 20/21 storeys with a total of 638 units. Its iconic crown design is inspired by the sculptural form and texture of heritage Tembusu trees.
Aside from its unique architectural design, the development boasts extensive facilities for residents. These include a 50m lap pool, spa pool and wading pool, tennis court, gourmet pavilion and two BBQ pavilions, yoga studio, gym and co-working lounge. It also offers five specially curated lifestyle zones and two clubs.
Living in tembusu grand opens doors to a vibrant community of like-minded individuals. This provides a platform for networking and collaboration that can boost professional growth and career advancement. Furthermore, young professionals can leverage the condominium’s prime location and contemporary amenities to build wealth for their future.
As a result, buying a unit in tembusu grand can provide a solid foundation for financial planning and security. The investment is especially attractive for those looking to enjoy a quality lifestyle without having to pay for the premium price of freehold properties elsewhere in Singapore.
It is also a wise decision to buy a unit in tembusu grand because of its proximity to the Kallang Industrial estate, which will be transformed into a multi-use precinct. Additionally, it is within an 8-minute walk to the upcoming Tanjong Katong MRT station on the Thomson East Coast Line. This will enable residents to reach the Marina Bay area in under 20 minutes and commute to their workplaces in Orchard, Maxwell or Upper Thomson directly.
Moreover, residents of tembusu grand can easily access a wide selection of restaurants and cafes in the vicinity. The area is also home to several popular hawker centres and shopping malls. Moreover, the heritage area of Joo Chiat and Katong is known for its many Peranakan storehouses with colourful facades and intricate patterns.