Why Woodlands

Woodlands is best known for being Singapore’s gateway to Malaysia.  In 1823, Woodlands was developed for this reason. Comprising the Woodlands, Marsiling and Admiralty zones, this district was named after the rubber trees growing here in the good old days. During this time, Woodlands was filled with not only rubber plantations, but also poultry farms and villages.

This northernmost part of Singapore has come a long way. It has transformed into an estate with a majority of HDB flats, and with condominiums, landed housing springing up in this area. Initially a secluded, quiet town, Woodlands is now bustling with activity.

With URA 2013 Masterplan, it has injected a tremendous sense of excitement into this region! New transport connections, that will be providing a direct connection to the city center via Thomson MRT line. It will also host an interchange station with future cross-border rail link to Malaysia. The waterfront park will link up the 2 districts of Woodlands Central and Woodlands North Coast, via a pair of signature green boulevards and a pedestrian mall. A huge 700,000sqm of new commercial space planned and a further 100ha developable land for expansion!

From investment point of view, it has defintely become a darling for Singaporean and foreigners. Existing private residential like Casablanca, Rosewood, Rosewood Suites and Woodhaven, are now becoming hot properites in this region.

Future development

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