Developed by joint venture Hong Leong Holdings Limited, Guocoland & TID Residential, Lentor Hills residences Land is expected to be a top-rated development in District 20. It is surrounded by numerous nature reserves, parks and major employment hubs like Yio Chu Kang Road.
Residents will be within walking distance to many parks, such as Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park and Thomson Nature Park. The area is also well-connected with the city via several park connectors, including Hillock Park and Linear Park Connector.
Tucked in the picturesque Ang Mo Kio neighbourhood of Singapore, lentor hills residences land is a prestigious residential development. It is a cul-de-sac enclave that offers quiet living in a safe environment away from the bustling traffic noise of the central business district (CBD).
In addition, residents will have easy access to a wide range of amenities and recreational activities through the city’s public transportation system. For example, the Lentor MRT Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line is a few minutes’ walk from the development.
Additionally, residents can easily reach other parts of the island by bus. This makes Lentor Hills Residences an ideal investment for people who want to enjoy a good quality of life and stay healthy.
The site is currently under development by a joint venture between Hong Leong Holdings, GuocoLand and TID Residential Pte. Ltd. The developer has a track record of developing communities that are welcoming and comfortable. Its projects are built to last and meet the needs of all members of the community.
The amenities and services offered at lentor hills residences land are designed to meet the needs of residents. These include schools, shopping malls, medical centres and recreational sports venues.
The development is also close to nature parks, which offer a range of activities for people to enjoy the great outdoors. The Thomson Nature Park, Lower Pierce Reservoir Park and Hillock Park (U/C) are popular places for families to explore.
Besides, this neighbourhood is also located near future developments such as Punggol Digital District and Sengkang West Industrial Park. It also has easy access to the CRL, which allows for faster travel across Singapore’s northeast region.
Lentor Hills Residences is a new launch condo development by a joint venture of Hong Leong Holdings, GuocoLand and TID Residential. This upcoming condominium is located at Lentor Hills Road and just minutes away from the Lentor MRT Station.
TID Residential Pte. Ltd.
Incorporating the fundamental strength of vision and mission with an impeccable line of corporate history, TID Pte Ltd (formerly known as Trade and Industrial Development Pte Ltd) weaves a unique combination of Singapore-Japanese talents and management styles into eminent assets in property developments.
TID is a joint venture between our home-grown property leader Hong Leong Group and Japan’s largest private developer, Mitsui Fudosan. Established in 1972, their robust partnership has brought many noteworthy and impressive projects to life.
Their extensive portfolio of quality residential developments include Parc Emily, The Trevose and Goodwood Gardens. More recently, they have been collaborating with CDL to develop the exclusive The Oceanfront at Sentosa Cove in Sentosa Island and The St. Regis Hotel and Residences in Singapore.
They also own and operate hotels worldwide, including the acclaimed Millenium and Copthorne Hotels. The company is listed in the London stock exchange and has operations in 18 countries. It is one of the most diversified companies in Asia and is committed to creating high quality and creative housing for the modern Singapore family.
Lentor MRT Station
Lentor MRT Station (TE5) is a future underground Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the Thomson-East Coast Line, located underneath Lentor Drive next to Yio Chu Kang Road and Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4. It will bring rail connectivity to residential developments in the area.
The design and construction of the Lentor MRT Station was awarded to China Railway No. 5 Engineering Group Co. Ltd (Singapore Branch) at a contract sum of S$247 million on 18 October 2013.
This station is one of six stations along the Thomson-East Coast Line (Thomson stretch) designated as Civil Defence (CD) shelters, which will be activated in times of national emergency. Apart from reinforced construction, the stations have protective blast doors, decontamination facilities and ventilation systems.
The interior artwork for the Lentor MRT Station is titled “Interlude for Lentor”. Inspired by the local area, the artist created a visual score that resembles musical notations and calligraphic scripts. It unfolds over one of the largest walls in the station, inviting commuters to read it.