There is no question that every November 11th is a special day for young people in China, Singapore, and other Asian localities. November 11th (11/11) is picked as this day for the very reason that the ones represent the power of the singles. Well, Qingjian Realty in Singapore recently picked this very day to schowcase their new units and make them available for immediate rental. These units are called JadeScape, and they are all move-in ready. Qingjian Realty capitalized on this day because this day has become known as the largest shopping day both on an online and an offline basis. Since this is such a remarkable shopping day, what better time for a single person (or even a couple or family, for that matter) to find themselves a new apartment? We can also look at new developments such as Kopar at Newton Pricing that is slightly more attractive as well at Newton.
Here is some special extra information for you to consider. First of all, JadeScape was redeveloped from the former Shunfu Ville neighborhood, and it was acquired by Qingjian Realty en bloc for $638 million in May 2016. It is still under construction, but it will feature seven blocks of 21 to 23 storey developments amid 408,927 square feet of living space in May of 2023. This community will be under a 99-year lease. An added benefit of this development is that it is located just a five-minute walk from the MRT Station located on the Circle Line.
Part of the reason Qingjian Reality knows this development will have so much appeal is because JadeScape will be one of the first communities that will incorporate a “smart estate system.” That is, they will have such cutting-edge things of smart appliances with automation technology, facial recognition at the elevators and lobbies, and an ultra-sonic fruit and vegetable cleansing system. Additionally, there is a revolutionary heat-recovery system where they take the heat discarded from air conditioners and reuse for the showers and bathrooms in each residence.
The man credited for this development would be architect Paul Noritaka Tange, who founded Tange Associates in 2002 and has been chairman of the firm since 2016. He is a registered architect of both Japan and Singapore, and he has been responsible for such unique landmarks as the Prince Park Tower in Tokyo, the Gakuen Cocoon Tower, and the Bank Danamon Headquarters Building in Jakarta, Indonesia. His firm has also been responsible for several different projects right in this Singapore neighborhood, including the One Raffles Place Tower, the Rochester Development, and the Orchard Gateway, complete with a scenic bridge across Orchard Road. The JadeScape Sales Gallery is located by the Bishan MRT Station and is open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.