Pasir Ris may seem to be situated quite far from the city but it serves to be the home of many Singaporeans.
Pasir Ris is situated at the eastern section of Singapore. It is actually the last stop of the East-West MRT. Since 1980s, the area has been into development/redevelopment schemes. According to the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s (URA) 2013 Master Plan, Pasir Ris is one of the 26 areas that will undergo developmental changes over the next five years.
Though it seems to be tucked away from the vibrancy of city living, Pasir Ris still serves to be the number one enclave to many people. Today, there are new condos and commercial properties being built in the area. Say for example, Coco Palms @ Pasir Ris, D’Nest and the revamp of Downtown East (this is a 5-year renovation initiative that is aimed to meet the changing needs of Pasir Ris’ residents).
Coco Palms @ Pasir Ris is a 944-unit residential condo that is situated just 5 minutes walk away from a train station. Its location is very practical to commuters that is why it has a high unit turnover during its launch in May 17.
On the other note, D’Nest is a residential condo that houses 912 units. This project is very accessible to Pasir Ris MRT, East Coast Parkway and Tampines Expressway. TOP date will be on 2017 and tenure is 99 years.
Aside from condos, HDB Built-to Order (BTO) houses and HDB blocks are also available for families who wish to live within Pasir Ris. HBD blocks are very abundant at Pasir Rios Drive 1 and HDB BTO houses are yet to be built. They are expected to be ready before this year ends.