THOMSON THREE, a jointly developed project by UOL and Singland is located a 18 Bright Hill Drive at Upper Thomson Road, offers a combination of 435 well-designed condo units and 10 exclusive strata semi-detached houses.
It is within a short walking distance to the Upper Thomson MRT Station (U/C) and the ever popular Thomson Plaza.
When fully constructed, the Upper Thomson MRT Station will provide a direct link residents straight to Orchard MRT / Shenton MRT (U/C) and Marina Bay MRT Stations via Thomson Line (TSL). Clearly launching it as the ideal condominium for the family, investors and young couples who desires living close to nature yet not too far away from central business district.
Within 500m is one of the top local school, Ai Tong Primary School, along with amenities and eateries located along the shop houses along Upper Thomson road and within Thomson plaza.
Thomson Three residents can also take advantage of the recreational amenities being offered at the nearby Ang Mo Kio Community Club, Asian Golf Academy and Singapore Island Country Club. Nearby transportation services include the Marymount MRT and Bishan MRT Stations and bus services. Vehicle owners can take the Pan Island Expressway for a convenient trip to the city centre.
The Thomson Line (TSL) is a 30km underground train line that is expected to be fully completed in 2021.he sixth MRT line will have 22 stations and 6 interchange stations which will link to the East-West Line, North-South Line, North-East Line, Circle Line and the future Downtown Line.Commuters can start enjoying the TSL from 2019 when the first stretch (three stations from Woodlands North to Woodlands South) will be completed. The second stretch (six stations from Springleaf to Caldecott) will be completed in 2020 and the final stretch (13 stations from Mount Pleasant to Gardens by the Bay) in 2021.
An estimated 400,000 commuters can look forward to MRT stations at their doorstep. They will enjoy savings in travelling times. For instance, a resident travelling from Sin Ming to Republic Polytechnic will have his journey time reduced by half, from 50 minutes to 25 minutes. And residents from Springleaf Estate in Sembawang will only need 35 minutes to travel to the Great World City shopping mall, instead of the current 60 minutes.
When fully operational, residents in estates like Sembawang, Nee Soon and Ang Mo Kio will be able to connect to all existing rail lines at six interchanges located at the Orchard, Woodlands, Caldecott, Marina Bay, Outram Park, and Stevens MRT stations.
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As one of Singapore’s largest property players, Singapore Land (SingLand) is synonymous with premier property developments in both prime and suburban locations.
The Group has about 2.2 million sq ft of office space and nearly 1 million sq ft of retail space across Singapore. Our portfolio includes Singapore Land Tower and Clifford Centre in the heart of Singapore’s financial district, Raffles Place, The Gateway with its I.M. Pei designed twin towers, SGX Centre which houses the Singapore Stock Exchange, as well as Marina Square, a large shopping, entertainment, hotel, and commercial complex close to the CBD. Other developments include West Mall, a suburban shopping mall in Bukit Batok, and office developments in Tampines Finance Park, Abacus Plaza and Tampines Plaza.
On the residential front, SingLand’s focus is on the development of projects in Singapore’s most prestigious locations. These projects include The Paterson, a 22-storey luxurious condominium and Stevens Loft, a 5-storey apartment block. Both projects are located in tranquil surroundings, yet near Singapore’s premier shopping and entertainment area, Orchard Road. SingLand has expanded its interests in the residential sector, with additional projects including One Amber in the popular East Coast/Katong area, The Sixth Avenue Residences in the exclusive and sought after Bukit Timah area as well as The Trizon in the up-market Mount Sinai area. Three prime residential projects were acquired, namely, Mon Jervois, Farrer Drive Project, Bright Hill Drive Project and Alexandra View Project.
In the region, SingLand has grown its property portfolio with interests in Hong Kong and China. The Group is actively looking for overseas investment opportunities in China, Malaysia and Vietnam.
SingLand will continue to focus on expanding its core property development and management business. The Group remains committed to the enhancement of its investment portfolio through active management and development of new prime Singapore offices and residential projects. This includes upgrading and renewal of existing buildings, and the acquisition of new development sites.
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One of Singapore’s established property companies, with an impressive portfolio of investment and development properties, UOL is embarking on an exciting phase of expansion. Our aim is to create a robust portfolio in high-growth regions through direct investment or strategic collaborations with overseas partners.
Founded on a spirit of enterprise and innovation in 1963, our unwavering commitment to architecture and quality excellence is reflected in all our development projects, winning us prestigious prizes such as the FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Award, the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Singapore’s very own President’s Design Award and being in the top five finalists for the International High-rise Award.
The Group’s diversified portfolio comprises residential apartments, offices, retail malls, hotels, spas and restaurants. We own 19 hotels and serviced suites in Singapore, Australia, The People’s Republic of China, Vietnam, Malaysia and Myanmar. Out of these, 12 are managed under the PARKROYAL brand and five are managed under the Pan Pacific brand. In addition, the Group manages 12 hotels under the Pan Pacific brand for third party owners
As we stay rooted to our core values of Passion, Innovation, Enterprise and People, we will continue to leverage our strengths to create value for our stakeholders.
Source : http://www.uol.com.sg