Stirling Residences (Stirling Road Condo) is an upcoming 99-year residential development by the joint venture of Hong Kong-listed developer Logan Property Holdings and Chinese developer Nanshan Group. With the plot ratio of 4.6 and site area of 21.109.5 sqm, the new launch along Stirling Road will comprise of approximately 1.259 units with full condo facilities.
The condo is also in the proximity of Queenstown MRT Station and Ayer Rajah Expressway.
|Development Name||Stirling Residences|
|Location||21 Stirling Road S148960
23 Stirling Road S148961
25 Stirling Road S148962
|Developer||LN Development (Stirling) Pte Ltd|
|Land Tenure||99-years from 18 Aug 2017|
|Est Site Area||21,109.5 sqm/ 227,223 sqft|
|GFA||954,336 square feet/ 88,660 square metres|
|No. of block||2 Towers of 40 Storey & 1 Tower of 38 Storey|
|No. of units||1259|
|No. of Carpark Lots||1259|
|Expected Date of NOVP||No later than 30 Apr 2022|
|Expected Legal Completion Date||No later than 30 Apr 2025 or 3 years from date of NOVP, whichever is earlier|
|Architects||P&T Consultants Architects|
|C&S Consultants||P&T Consultants Engineers|
|M&E Consultants||Rankine &Hill Pte Ltd|
|Landscape Architects||Ecoplan Asia Pte Ltd|
|Quantity Surveyors||Arcadis Singapore Pte Ltd|
|Main Contractor||China Construction (S.P.) Development Co Pte Ltd|
|UNIT TYPE||DESCRIPTION||SIZE (SQ FT)||TOTAL UNITS|
|1 Bedroom||Typical Units||441||112|
|1 Bedroom + Study||Typical Units||506||112|
|2 Bedroom||Typical Units||624 | 635 | 657||300|
|Topmost Units||818 | 840 | 872||6|
|2 Bedroom Premium||Typical Units||678/ 689||224|
|2 Bedroom + Study||Typical Units||764 | 786||148|
|3 Bedroom||Typical Units||883 | 893||72|
|3 Bedroom + Utility||Typical Units||980||76|
|3 Bedroom Premium||Typical Units||1,055||112|
|4 Bedroom||Typical Units||1,346||76|
|4 Bedroom PH||1959 | 1970||6|
Stirling Residences by Nanshan and HK Logan Property is bounded by Angora Close and Stirling Road, in the vicinity to Commonwealth Avenue, Central Region of Singapore, under Queenstown Planning Area. Two developers submitted the top bid of more than S$1 billion for the land parcel, which translates into S$1,050 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr).
The executive director and head of research and consultancy at SLP International Property Consultants, Mr Nicholas Mak said: “It is quite uncommon for GLS bids for residential land to exceed S$1,000 psf ppr ... The good sales performance from nearby condo projects, as well as the recent easing of the Seller’s Stamp Duty have lifted the confidence of bidders when they were bidding for the site.”
Although the Stirling Residences site is four times as large as the Margaret Road site, the strong top bid in excess of S$1,000 psfppr shows up developer's belief that prices could return to growth soon as well as their strong confidence in the Singapore residential market.
In addition, according to Mr Desmond Sim, head of South-east Asia research at CBRE, the new launch by nanshan along Stirling Road "has very good attributes", as it is on a "higher ground level" and within walking distance of Queenstown MRT station. In addition, it is also next to Tiong Ghee temple, and is near Anchorpoint Shopping Centre.
First developed by the Singapore Improvement Trust in the 1950s, Queenstown has grown into a modern town that offers a variety of housing, ample amenities and excellent transport connectivity.
As Queenstown develops, there will be continuing efforts to showcase its heritage and strengthen its distinct identity.
Our towns are planned with a comprehensive range of facilities to meet the needs of current and future residents. These include housing, shops, schools, libraries, sports facilities, community clubs and parks – all important in ensuring a liveable, self-sufficient town. The facilities are carefully distributed across each town to ensure good accessibility, supported by an efficient transport network.
Most towns also have commercial nodes and other employment centres such as industrial estates and business parks within the town or nearby, to provide job opportunities close to homes. These facilities and employment centres will be developed according to demand. The detailed planning and implementation of plans for each town is a joint effort of many government agencies.
Homes in Queenstown are highly popular given their proximity to the city. Queenstown will see more diverse housing options for Singaporeans and opportunities for young couples to live close to their families.
Queenstown offers a wide range of recreational facilities and landscapes for residents of all ages to delight in their favourite outdoor activities. In addition to major parks such as West Coast Park, Kent Ridge Park and HortPark, residents have easy access to green spaces within the housing estates. Green spaces are being planned for most households to be no more than a 10-minute walk away from a park:
As the first satellite town, Queenstown has a rich history that is closely linked to Singapore’s nation building. Today, several buildings, including Princess House, the former Anchor Brewery Brewmaster’s House and the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, have been conserved. To further preserve memories of a shared past and to enrich residents’ sense of belonging, more heritage buildings will be conserved:
Besides these treasured landmarks, Queenstown is home to Holland Village, one of the more popular lifestyle destinations in Singapore. While there are plans to rejuvenate an old housing precinct, care will be taken to safeguard its distinctive character as an urban village with intimate streetscapes. Besides new housing, there will be a new community park planned for this area and a new mixed-use development that will provide sufficient car parking for visitors. The extended Holland Village will have a human-scale, pedestrian-oriented environment and public spaces.
The development of one-north is progressing steadily and will continue to create exciting job opportunities in this cutting-edge live-work-play-learn environment. Upcoming developments include:
Tiong Ghee Temple's history (zhong yi miao) can be traced to 1931, the home of a villager in Wu Wei Gang was set up with an altar (a village at Stirling Road). Next few years an attap-thatched house dedicated to the temple was built in the village and was named Ghee Tiong Temple.
In 1945, a new temple building on Feng Xing Shan with tiled roofs and brick walls was built, a hill near to Wu Wei Gang including the private cemetery of Cheang Hong Lim. Due to acquisition of land on Feng Xing Shan, the temple was rebuilt at the current location in 1973, and was renamed Tiong Ghee Temple.
Holland Village, often abbreviated as Holland V, is a neighbourhood located along the boundary between the planning areas of Bukit Timah and Queenstown in the Central Region of Singapore.
Holland Village is a popular shopping and dining destination for younger Singaporeans and expatriates. It is dominated by and often visited solely for its eateries and watering holes, along with some specialist shops. The area is served by its own MRT station, which opened in 2011.
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