Renaissance of Normanton Park
A heritage reborn – That’s what Normanton Park is all about! Destined to be one heck of a blockbuster, this upcoming 99-year Normanton Park in District 5 is the new condo launch everyone has been eagerly waiting for!
Developed by Kingsford, a developer synonymous with quality and reliable products, Normanton Park will be home to1862 beautiful units; proudly sitting on a large land size of more than 660,999 square feet. Home buyers will be spoilt for choice – choosing from sexy compact 1-bedrooms to spacious 5-bedrooms.
Built in the 70s to house prestigious senior military officers, the original Normanton Park was successfully acquired by Kingsford in 2017 to continue its esteemed legacy. With superb layout and contemporary façade, the new Normanton Park is ready to receive the platinum baton from its predecessor as a highly sought-after residential development!
This 2021, the next mega blockbuster is Normanton Park with great potential capital appreciation. Why so? Firstly, it is nestled between 2 major transformations in the area. Secondly, there’s high rental yield as it is being surrounded by key business nodes as well as thirdly, it is probably the best time to ride the RCR (Rest Of Central Region) uptrend with depleting inventory.
Very seldom do we see a land size with this magnitude nestled between lush greeneries surrounded on all sides and having unblocked views towards the sea. This is very rare and puts us in a prime location for Normanton Park. How so?
As mentioned, Normanton Park condo Singapore is nestled between 2 major transformations namely One North and the Greater Southern Waterfront. The Greater Southern Waterfront is needless to introduce as it has been in the news for the past year and was also mentioned by the Prime Minister of Singapore in the 2019 National Day Rally. One North is nearer to where Normanton Park is. Let’s take a closer look at what One North entails and what the demographics are of people staying and leaving in One North.
First off, for the Greater Souther Waterfront (GSW), the site itself is twice the size of Punggol and 6 times the size of Marina Bay. This whole area will see massive transformation and will be developed into a new place for work-live-play. Let’s take a quick look at all the MRT Stations serving the GSW. There is a total of 5 MRT Stations lined up across the whole coast namely Haw Par Villa MRT, Pasir Panjang MRT, Labrador Park MRT, Telok Blangah MRT and Harbourfront MRT stations. We also see a lot of landmarks along the GSW which will be talked about more in detail.
The GSW is carved out into 3 phases. Phase I is work in progress now and it is at the Pasir Panjang Power District formerly the old power terminal which has since been demolished. In its place, we will be seeing a lot of waterfront living, a lot of lifestyle projects and the Pasir Panjang Linear Park that will run and link up with all the park connectors and networks. Phase II will comprise 9,000 public and private homes to occupy the site of the Keppel Country Club which will be handed back to the Singapore government in 2021. In its place, we will see Built-To-Order (BTO) public housing as well as private properties coming up just across the street.
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