The New Tengah District is set to have 5 distinct residential districts, including the Forest Hill District, Park District, Plantation District and Brickland District. These districts will be themed around nature and forests. As such, staying in this area will give you a good view of the surrounding nature.
Parc Residences @ Tengah is a new public housing estate in Park District consisting of 12 blocks of flats. Residents will enjoy car-free areas and amenities such as a daycare centre and a fitness centre. Apartments will be fitted with an additional data connection and smart sockets. A supermarket and an outpatient clinic will also be located within the estate. Parc Residences @ Tengah is expected to be completed by 2025.
Parc Residences @ Tengah will also have a neighbourhood centre that will be completed in 2025. The neighbourhood centre will have a supermarket, shopping centres, eateries, and a polyclinic. The neighbourhood centre will also have a residents’ committee centre and childcare centre.
Parc Residences @ Tengah is located near Bukit Batok Road. It will also have dedicated bus lanes and pedestrian/cycling lanes. Besides, Tengah is one of the first HDB towns to use smart technologies. Its innovative design will make use of smart lighting, a rainwater harvesting system, and a pneumatic waste conveyance system. These features will make the community more sustainable.
Tengah will be the third BTO housing estate in Park District after Sembawang and Bidadari. It will have an approximate total of 42,000 units. HDB is also planning to introduce HDB BTOs in August 2020.
Parc Residences @ Tengah is situated near the upcoming JID Phase I, which is expected to create up to 95,000 new jobs. The estate offers a range of BTO flats, including 2-room Flexi flats, three-room flats, and 4-room flats. The estate is set amidst lush greenery. The JID development is located nearby, making it convenient for residents.
Parc Residences @ Tengah will have plenty of open spaces and a playground. The complex will also feature a 1.5-km rainforest walk that connects its housing estates with Central Park. The housing estates will also contain a fitness centre and a children’s playground. Furthermore, a multi-storey carpark will feature a roof garden and a children’s playground.
Parc Residences @ Tengah is located at the corner of Tengah Park Avenue and Tengah Drive. It is about 25 minutes’ walk from Bukit Gombak MRT Station and 10 minutes from Tengah Plantation MRT Station. The new estate will consist of 12 residential blocks with curved rooflines. It will include 1044 2-room Flexi flats with a centralized air conditioning system. It will cost approximately S$ 489,000 for a two-room Flexi apartment and S$ 318K for a five-room unit.
Tengah Town is located near the Jurong Lake District, a 360 hectare commercial district. Once developed, it is expected to provide more than 100,000 jobs, primarily in the maritime, infrastructure, and technology sectors. It also features many educational facilities and amenities.
The Park district in Tengah has several amenities to offer, including a 1.5km rainforest walk and rainforest-themed playgrounds. Ultimately, the district will house 7,200 flats. The Parc Residences @ Tengah project is the first BTO housing parcel to launch in the new Park district. There are five districts in Tengah, and two have already been launched: Brickland and Forest Hill. The Parc Residences at Tengah project is located next to Central Park, Tengah’s green lung.
The Parc Residences at Tengah will feature 1,044 homes, including one, two, and three room flexi flats. Other amenities include a sports centre and MRT station along the Jurong Region Line. The development will also feature a supermarket, a childcare center, and eateries. The neighbourhood centre is expected to be completed in 2025.
In addition to the Park district, two other districts in the New Tengah District will have their own green spaces. The two other districts in Tengah will feature gardens and plantation farmways, which will be about 600m long and 40m wide on average. The Park district will also have about 3,000 sq m of green space, which is the equivalent to about 33 four-room flats. Besides, individual public housing projects will also feature community gardens and rooftop gardens.
The new town of Tengah is located in the western part of Singapore. It has been nicknamed “Forest Town” and will feature a 5-kilometer-long Forest Corridor with hiking trails. Developed in collaboration with the National Parks Board, it will link the Western Catchment Nature Reserve to the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. The continuous greenery will complement the town’s urban and ecological characteristics.
In 1997, the City established a Special Mixed Use District. Its objective was to encourage investment and revitalization of existing neighborhoods while creating expanded opportunities for new mixed-use communities. The Special Mixed-Use District allows new residential and non-residential uses to be located side-by-side or within the same building. The M1 and R3-R10 districts will be paired to ensure a balanced range of uses.