Thursday, December 9, 2010

Caspian 2+Study For Sale- Super High Floor


Super High Floor 2Br+Study, 1,001 sqft, $1.05M
Panoramic Pools View 3Br, 1,238 sqft, $1.15M

Tenure: 99 Years
Carpark: Ample CarPark
Air Cond: Central Aircon
Living: Homogeneous
Dining: Homogeneous
Bedroom: Homogeneous
Kitchen: Homogeneous
Facing: North-South Facing
Mode of appointment: PLEASE CALL

Expressway, School,
Market, FoodCourt,
Shopping Complex,
Nature Park,
Canadian International School

Swimming Pool,
Wading Pool,
Waterfall Pool,
Whirlpool, Jacuzzi,
Sauna, Playground,
Gymnasium, Tennis Court,
Badminton Lawn,
Jogging Track, BBQ,
Meeting Rooms, Basement
Parking, Undercover
Parking, Security 24hr,
Party Cabanas,
Open Spa Pools (Resort Style)
Pool Pavilion

Monday, March 22, 2010

Jurong Lake District White Site Updates 19-Mar-2010

As the first major development within Jurong Gateway, the Land Parcel is envisaged to be a distinctive mixed-use development which would include office, retail, residential, hotel and/or serviced apartments. Complementary uses such as food and beverage, entertainment and other uses can also be provided to add to the diversity of amenities and vibrancy of the area.

The maximum permissible Gross Floor Area (GFA) for the development is 107,098 sqm and the total GFA to be built shall not be less than 96,388 sqm.

Minimum Quantum for Office Use

At least 30% of the maximum permissible GFA for the development on the Land Parcel is to be for office use.

The remaining GFA can be developed for additional office, retail, residential, hotel, serviced apartments, complementary uses such as food and beverage, entertainment and other uses and of such types and quantum as the Competent Authority under the Planning Act may approve.

Uses at First Storey

Activity-generating uses, such as retail, food & beverage, entertainment, and other similar uses, are to be provided along at least one side of the following key public spaces and major pedestrian networks on the 1st storey of the development on the Land Parcel, in order to contribute to the street level vibrancy of the area:

a) Fronting the south western common boundary with the MRT station;
b) Fronting the north western boundary;
c) Fronting Boon Lay Way and Jurong Gateway Road;
d) Along the through block link from the Boon Lay Way / Jurong Gateway Road junction to the low-rise zone; and
e) Fronting the public landscaped areas within the low-rise zone.

Uses at Second Storey

Activity-generating uses, such as retail, food and beverage, entertainment and other similar uses, are to be provided at the 2nd storey of the development on the Land Parcel along at least one side of the elevated pedestrian walkway, as shown in the Control Plan. The detailedrequirements for the elevated pedestrian walkways are given

Outdoor Refreshment Area (ORA)

Outdoor Refreshment Areas (ORAs) are permitted within the Land Parcel. The GFA for the ORAs will be computed as part of the maximum permissible GFA for the Land Parcel and be subject to the prevailing Development Control Guidelines issued by the Competent Authority under the Planning Act.

Where allowed, the ORAs should provide an opportunity for outdoor seating that forms a natural extension to a restaurant or café within the development. These ORA should not compromise other street activities, circulation requirements and pedestrian or traffic safety.

The detailed design and layout of the ORAs will be subject to the approval of the Authority and the relevant Competent Authorities. The type of furniture, structures, screens, lightweight covers / shading devices, etc., used are to be designed to enhance the streetscape and character of the area and complement other elements, such as public art, paving, landscaping, etc. The materials and finishes of the ORAs shall be of good quality and easy to maintain. This is to ensure that these structures do not deteriorate over time and appear presentable at all times. The storage of any utensils, preparation of food and beverages, or storage and collection point of refuse within these ORAs is not permitted.

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Canadian school's new campus to open in 2011

International school's new partner puts stalled plans back on track.
International school's new partner puts stalled plans back on track.

THE Canadian International School (CIS) here has unveiled the partner financing its new $140 million campus in Jurong West.
It is Singapore-based private education provider Knowledge Universe, which has more than 350,000 students in its institutions worldwide, including 8,500 in its 41 institutions here, which are mostly preschools.

The injection of funds will give Knowledge Universe a majority stake in CIS, the founders of which will continue to manage the school while retaining a significant equity stake, said CIS founder and managing director Thomas Tang.

The new campus can accommodate up to 3,300 students when it reaches full capacity in 10 years.

Spread over 43,000 sq m, it will have state-of-the-art classrooms, sporting complexes, outdoor play facilities, as well as a performing arts and fine arts centre, an auditorium and a media centre.

Estimated to be completed by August next year, the new campus will consolidate the school's current Toh Tuck, Bukit Tinggi and Kampong Bahru campuses. The school's East Coast campus in Tanjong Katong will stay put, as it was recently renovated.

The school, which is not funded by the Canadian government, has 1,900 students across its campuses now.

The new campus almost could not materialise, a victim of the global financial crisis. The school ran into difficulties raising funds, and construction stalled in October 2008.

It was supposed to have opened in February last year, and when it became clear this was not going to happen, parents were thrust into uncertainty, unsure about whether they should keep their children there.

Ms Elizabeth Duke, whose sons are in Grades 3 and 5 in the school, said: 'I know parents who have moved their children out, which affects me because my sons lose their friends.'

CIS head Glenn Odland said the school cast around for potential partners, and picked Knowledge Universe after rigorous evaluation.

'We decided that Knowledge Universe offered the best fit for our school and our community,' he said.

Mr Tang said both parties have been thoughtful and prudent in considering how the partnership should be structured to ensure maximum benefits for the students.

The unveiling of Knowledge Universe as the school's partner comes nine months after CIS said it had secured financing from a partner it did not name.

Dr Odland said: 'As a school, we recognise that many members of our community have experienced anxiety as a result of the delays in the Jurong project, and we are extremely pleased that we can now move forward.'

Ms Duke said she hoped that parents who were uncertain would now be persuaded to keep their children in CIS.

Referring to the August 2011 opening date, she said it was just one more school year away, which 'will be tolerable to parents, and we'll be able to maintain our strong community'.

Thu, Mar 18, 2010
The Straits Times
By Jennani Durai

Thursday, January 28, 2010

The Caspian @ Jurong Lake District Are Fully Sold

Finally, the Caspian Condominium 712 units at Jurong Lake District near to Lakeside MRT Station are 100% fully sold. The one of the top selling project started official launched on March 2009 that wake the Singapore property market in the mid of financial crisis from DOOM to BOOM finally closed down their showsuite at Lakeside Drive off Yuen Ching Road on Saturday, 15th Aug 2009.

Leaving the buyers who missed out the best buy price properties $580-$660 psf to buy the new launching project at $750-$850 psf.

The sub-sale for Caspian Condominium are Ranging from $720-$750 psf, most of the sub-sale buyers are purchased for own use.


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