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Qingjian Realty, a renowned Chinese developer is creating a name over Bukit Batok in the initial introduction of Le Quest – the initial mixed-use property development in the real estate.

Since the day it was launched way back in August 2017, the luxurious Le Quest, a mix-use property development under Quingjian Realty has caught a huge interest both from home buyers and investors. Per the report, the mix-used development covers residential units which total to 516 and sold out at least 286 units in the grand opening day plus an additional 100 units sold out in the Phase 2 sales, May 2018.

To date, like more or less 70 percent of the flats in Le Quest were sold out and the builder expects that there would be a hike in demand for the left unsold units.

“We had a lot of visitors during weekend who are excited and keenly monitors the distance of Le Quest to Tengah Park station over the approaching JRL or Jurong Region Line. It is inspiring and we are positive that more buyers are along the way and flips interests to Le Quest,” Yen Chong, general manager of Qingjian, revealed during a certain interview with a prestigious entity.

Why Le Quest is a good place to invest?

The famous Butik Batok site has not been active with new launches in nearly 15 years not until Le Quest, which will be built parallel to the Dulwich College International School, right around West Avenue 6, Bukit Batok. It is known to be the first ever mixed-used property development around the area, with 99 -year leasehold. This development comprised a child care centre, shopping malls, supermarket, F& B outlets, retail shops. It has a wide area which measures more than  64,583 sq ft, offering residents with a wide array of facilities directly in your front.

A green oasis: Bukit Batok

Home buyers wanting a home that gives a luscious greenery and tranquillity will really consider picking a unit in Bukit Batok. In contrast with the close neighbours in the west side of Singapore such as Clementi and Jurong, which are already crowded with commercial and residential buildings, Bukit Batok stayed the haven of comfort and peace. Take a walk around its subzone like the Hillview and Guilin and you’ll be showered with the scent and smell of robust greeneries. There are also areas where residents can enjoy brisk walking or some picnics, such areas are the  Bukit Batok Town Park and Bukit Batok Nature Park.

Nature passionates will also love it more for Le Quest positioned adjacent to Tengah town, or the so-called ” forest town” of the island, as there would be numerous of gardens and community farms to enjoy and to delve into. The district braces 40m copious farmway, 700m long of which 2,000sqm is allocated for community gardens. HDB revealed the gardens will consist of numerous trees, fruits like guava, jambu and chiku. The farmway showcases eating hubs, shopping stores, farmers’ market which gives chance for residents to sell their farm products.

Potential for growth

While Bukit Batok is the best place to escape from life’s stress, pressure and noise. The place is just parallel to Jurong Lake District, and Jurong Gateway which is transformed to Singapore’s second-best Central Business District or CBD.

While Jurong Gateway Districts transformed into being the biggest commercial area outside CBD thus it will yield a positive overabundance effect for neighbouring districts which includes Bukit Batok, an analyst explained.

Bukit Batok’s fame is designed to rise higher after the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail’s completion which is set to open by 2013 around Jurong East.

While the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail would be a factor for pedestrian as well as road traffic in the community area, perhaps not a good place to live because of congestion, noise and safety issues.

This turns Bukit Batok attractive to residential buyers, while enough buffer distance straight to the terminal which is 1.8km approximately and above, giving residents the chance to experience the comfort of incoming developments while keeping a distance from negative externalities.

Bukit Batok is attractive to buyers who want a serene residential place while being in close proximity to the future commercial centre.