J’den sales gallery draws over 7,000 visitors on preview weekend
JLD is the 2nd area outside Marina Bay to be offered by four MRT lines, Yip notes. He includes that the Jurong Region Line will be completed by 2029, while the Cross Island Line will be finished by 2032, connecting JLD to the CBD, Jurong Innovation District, one-north and education centres throughout a 30-minute train ride.
Additionally, Gafoor sees “restrained demand for new nonpublic homes in the area” since the last new launch was some ten years back when the 738-unit J Gateway struck the marketplace. “We think J’den will certainly see a very favorable feedback from buyers and could probably be among the top-selling properties this year in terms of take-up rate,” he includes.
At 40 floors and 150m in height, J’den is going to be the tallest residential high rise and the very first mixed-use development in the center of Jurong Lake District (JLD), Singapore’s 2nd CBD. The 368 units at J’den are a blend of one-bedroom to four-bedroom premium, with measurements from 527 to 1,485 sq ft.
“With rates starting from $2,100 psf, we believe numerous prospective clients observe the project as giving a strong value proposition, given the engaging area of J’den in the center of JLD, its closeness to the MRT station, and plenty of features in the location,” states Ismail Gafoor, Chief Executive Officer of PropNex.
” The eager turnout is a testament to the pent-up rate of interest in private housing kick off in Jurong Gateway, the lively heart of Jurong Lake Area, along with the outstanding locational and product attributes of J’den,” says Tan Yew Chin, CEO of CapitaLand Development (Singapore).
” It is just one of the greatest sneak peek groups over the very first weekend this year,” comments Ken Low, supervising partner of SRI.
Not surprisingly, amidst the many prospective buyers are younger urbanites in their late twenties and early thirties, considering both-, three- and actually four-bedroom systems, comments Marcus Chu, CEO of ERA Singapore.
According to Justin Kwek, deputy chief executive officer of OrangeTee & Tie, the great feedback over the weekend is similarly “a testament to consumers’ confidence in the developer’s reputation and the solid interest in incorporated advancements”.
CapitaLand Development’s J’den pulled beyond 7,000 visitors on its 1st weekend of public viewing by 5 pm on Sunday, Oct 29, says the property developer in a statement. Sales bookings for J’den will begin on Saturday, Nov 11.
” JLD is set to change right into the biggest mixed-use organization and exceptional sustainability district apart from the Central Location,” claims Mark Yip, CEO of Huttons Asia. “The expansion capability is huge as the strategies for JLD materialize.”