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Founded in 1968, Hong Leong Holdings (“HLHL”) is one of the largest non-public investment and real estate development subsidiary of Hong Leong Group. Being a pioneers of the property scene in Singapore, HLHL has developed almost 100 mid to high-end residential developments and is currently managing 8 commercial projects. Lentor Hills Residences is a new launch condo with a total site area of 184,460 sq ft. The development offers a range of facilities for the enjoyment and convenience of their residents.
The township was almost uninhabited in the 19th-century, but it was eventually settled during the rubber boom. Although initially designated as a plantation estate or forest reserve, the area has become a mature township. Recently, several plots of residential land in the town have been cleared to make way for private residential projects. There are also many public transport connections that make it easy for residents to travel around the area without needing to drive.
With modern living, natural beauty, and a strategic location, Lentor Hills Residences offers something for everyone. Aside from the tranquil surroundings, it also offers easy access to nearby amenities and excellent connectivity for residents to enjoy a truly exceptional lifestyle. We offer a perfect blend of a peaceful retreat after a long day or a lively community to engage with.
The completion of the Cross Island Line (CRL) and the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) by 2035 will add 5 MRT lines. Expansions of walking and cycling networks in Ang Mo Kio and other north-east region towns are also set to happen in the next 5 to 10 years. The story of Lentor Hills Residences began in 2022, when Hong Leong Holdings, GuocoLand, and TID Pte Ltd. announced the upcoming joint development of a residential project in the tranquil landed enclave of the Lentor Hills estate. Lentor Hills Residences is a new launch condominium situated in the tranquil and lush Lentor Hills estate, directly opposite the Lentor MRT Station and Lentor Central Integrated Development. Ltd., the 595 exclusive homes will range from 1 to 4 Bedrooms, with majority enjoying unobstructed views of the surrounding greenery.
Following the success of Lentor Modern by the same developers, this new development is riding on the significant transformation by the URA Masterplan for the North-East region of Singapore. All floor areas are approximate measurements only and are subject to final survey. The materials and finishings to be used are subject to changes and availability.
Second, even though Lentor Modern appears as major competition, note that there are still few condos in this area. Prior to Lentor Modern, for example, one of the only nearby condos was the much older Calrose – so buyers can consider themselves to be fairly early in the rejuvenation of this area. This upcoming launch is already widely referred to as “the one near NTU One-North” and “the one near ACJC,” so the highlights are pretty clear. Kent Ridge Park is also nearby, famous for its canopy walks and heritage sites like the Bukit Chandu area.
Despite the recent cooling measures, there is an increase in demand for houses in this area. Many developers are choosing to build in this area because it is an ideal location that provides a high level of convenience for both play and work. Despite the remarkable strides Ang Mo Kio has made, the residential gem is still underrated, making investing in the area worth it. In the near future, AMK will have more to offer with URA plans in place that will boost accessibility and enhance connectivity. Ang Mo Kio is a mature residential area and an excellent destination for couples, retirees, empty nesters, and families. There is an array of amenities around the neighbourhood to cater for everyone’s needs.
The six-lane NSC will now feature continuous, dedicated bus lanes, saving bus riders as much as 20 minutes in travel time. The Khatib Nature Corridor project is estimated to be completed in two years’ time. When fully established, it will form part of a larger network of Nature Park Networks that are being developed across Singapore as part of NParks’ Islandwide Terrestrial Eco-Link (IWEL) initiative. The IWEL initiative aims to establish island-wide ecological corridors that will facilitate species movements from one habitat patch to another and enable connectivity among green spaces throughout Singapore. The Nature Park Networks will comprise three new parks, developed by NParks, in Khatib to join up existing green spaces with new parks.