Singapore’s urban farms expanding a wide range of vegetable and fruits, which sprouting up in Singapore landed housing estates, HDB towns, even in latest condominium developments.
The agricultural company has conducted a few events for several property developers, organizing workshops and contributing green talks to Singapore Property.
According to Mr Eng Ting Ting of Pocket Greens, with the growing interest in urban farming, home developers will consider putting up such facilities to draw more home buyers.
For instance, the award-winning private condo “Tree House” by City Developments (CDL), already marked as largest vertical garden in world.
Furthermore, some upcoming executive condominiums like Lake Life by an Evia Real Estate and Lush Acres, which is also developed by CDL, will offer farming for its resident.
The Lake Life in Jurong will going to built urban farm on 4 plots of land covering 8,000 sq ft area.