CapitaLand will transform JLD selling J’den’s final units

As more than 90 percent of J’den’s residential units have already been sold, your window to take advantage of Jurong Lake District’s (JLD) revitalization is closing.

JLD is set to become Singapore’s most important business district, outside of the Central Area. This will happen under the appointment of the master developer responsible for developing the sprawling site. Future residents can expect to find new housing, business, recreational and amenities facilities.

J’den has been developed by CapitaLand Development. This is the development arm for CapitaLand Group. CapitaLand’s experience has been leveraged to select the best-suited homes for families.

JLD is transforming into a new district that will encompass more than commercial projects in Jurong East. It will incorporate urban elements of live, play, and work along with the Jurong Lake Gardens – a garden and water body area.

Jurong Lake Gardens is home to a number of recreational and leisure facilities that will serve the growing population.

The district is set to have more than 40 percent of its area dedicated for greenery and parks, with over 10 km of lakefront promenade active around Jurong Lake. This will include the newly redeveloped Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden. Both are undergoing major alterations that should be complete by later this summer.

A new Chinese Garden includes an event lawn and an edible garden. There is also a bamboo corridor and waterfall, as well as a moon-landing terrace and a nature path for children.

In the Japanese Garden there will be a flowering canopies walk, an aquatic lily pond and a multipurpose hall. There will be a boardwalk connecting the Chinese and Japanese Gardens.

Zaha Hadid, a renowned architectural firm in collaboration Architects61 has designed a new Science Centre by the lake. Singapore’s Science Centre, which will showcase the real-world application of science and tech in its largest living lab, is designed by Zaha Hadid Architectures.

In the new Science Centre there will be a large children’s area, which is twice as big as the KidsSTOP gallery in the old Science Centre. There will also be an interactive waterplay and exploration trails. The outdoor activity area and observatory help bring science’s wonders to the next generation. The new Science Centre opens in 2027.

J’den’s residents will be the first in Singapore to see this transformation. They can also enjoy existing amenities like Wag & Wild – Singapore’s largest water park for dogs – at Jurong Gateway Road. The district will offer a range of options for weekend excursions.

JLD will consist of several neighbourhoods, where public transport, amenities and green spaces will all be accessible within 10 minutes via public transport, walking or cycling.

JLD is home to a large network of pedestrian connections, known as J-Walk. This system connects the buildings with public transportation hubs like MRT stops and bus stop. This route, which is 4km long, will connect J’den and the Jurong East MRT Interchange. Other stops include Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NHG), Westgate, IMM (JEM) and JEM.

J’den, one of these new buildings will become part of this planned pedestrian system. After the 2028 completion of the project, residents can walk directly to the Jurong Regional Library and the Jurong Eastern Integrated Transport Hub. This hub includes a Jurong Regional Library as well as a Sports Centre, Offices, and Retail Spaces.

JLD will benefit from the increased connectivity of two new MRT stations.

The Jurong East station is an interchange between the East-West Line and North-South Line. The new Jurong Region Line will make it a triple MRT Interchange in 2028.

JLD is expected to be serviced by four MRT routes in 2032 with the completion and opening of the Cross Island Line. This will provide residents near the Cross Island Line direct access to Changi Airport as well as the Jurong Innovation District, CBD.

J’den’s three- and 4-bedroom units are the last remaining J’den units. Project J’den saw a huge demand for its units when they were launched last November. All the units with one and two bedrooms have been snapped up by eager buyers since then. Three-bedroom units were also popular with buyers. They received a very positive response during the launch and saw an uptake rate greater than 90%.

Typical three-bedroom units range from 1,141 to 1,184 sq ft, and there are three-bedroom-plus-study premium units of 1,259 sq ft.

The four-bedroom Premium units measure 1,485 sq. ft. These premium three and four-bedroom units feature private lifts as well as top-notch MIELE appliances and fittings.

Kitchens with four beds will have a kitchen island that can be used for multiple purposes, emphasizing the available space. The three- or four-bedders’ master bathrooms will feature a toilet with a bidet.

CapitaLand’s larger, premium-sized units feature a number of practical yet sophisticated touches. J’den’s non-prefabricated, prefinished volumetric (PPVC), construction has allowed the developer to capitalize on this fact. The layouts of the homes can be customised to fit their needs and lifestyles.

The design of the showflat with four bedrooms, in which the master suite is merged into an adjacent room, is a great example of how flexible this can be. It is possible to use the adjacent room as either a walk in wardrobe, private study or attached nursery.

Living room is extremely spacious and can be expanded by merging it with the adjoining bedroom. This allows you to have large parties in your home. Most units have a north-south orientation with views to Jurong lake gardens or JLD.

J’den condo residents will have access to a variety of facilities and amenities that are geared toward families. On the third floor, you’ll find a feature deck that includes a relaxing lazy river, play pools, bubble pools, Jacuzzis, and a swimming pool measuring 50 meters.

J’den offers homeowners the opportunity to participate in the first phase of affordable, mixed-use developments within JLD. As the transformation of this district continues, future residential developments in the area are likely to see an increase in price.

CapitaLand Development’s landmark project, which has sold more than 90 percent of its units so far is one not to be overlooked.

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