The tender for Tenet EC at Tampines EC, a private housing residential site situated in Tampines St District 18 has closed, attracting nine bids. A bid from a joint venture between Qingjian Realty and Santarli Construction topped at $422 million, translating to $659 psf ppr. The development enjoys a site area of 23,799.2 sqm or 256,172 sq ft and will consist of 1 block featuring up to 590 residential units.
Tenet EC at Tampines is strategically located within a few minutes walk to Pasir Ris MRT Station and near green spaces and parks. Many other amenities, including good schools like Elias Primary Schools and Century Square mall, are also nearby.
With the opening of Tampines North station on the Cross Island Line by 2030, the upcoming Integrated Transport Hub (ITH) will also enhance connectivity in the area.
Tenet EC at Tampines Street 62 is well equipped with essential facilities. It has a big kid’s play area where kids can play outdoors after school. Older adults also enjoy access to nature and plenty of outdoor facilities, including fitness corners, and gyms enabling them to lead a healthy lifestyle.
Being a short distance from Singapore Expo Convention Centre, Changi Business Park, and Tampines Regional Centre, you can meet all your business needs right at the corner. With the injection of more development in the area and expansion of existing ones, Tampines residents can look forward to plenty of amenities.
From the developer, Qingjian Realty of the outstanding Waterbay @ Punggol Central and The Visionaire at Canberra Drive situated in convenience locations comes yet another premium EC. Designed to offer efficient spaces perfect for families and finishes with top-notch furnishings and fittings, you can look forward to a pleasant stay at Tenet at Tampines EC.
The residence is built by Qingjian Realty is to offer a better life to its residents. A true home experience is made possible at Tenet at Tampines EC with many facilities, including gyms, a big kids lawn, green gardens, an air-conditioned private elevator, and a private parking basement. There’s plenty of space to entertain your family and friends at special gatherings.
Life at Tenet EC at Tampines is one of luxury and privacy that meets the needs and lifestyle of every resident. Quickly get to work and retire home to a peaceful ambience in a modern setting. On weekends, enjoy a relaxing outdoor lifestyle as you soak in nature.
If you want to own a unit in Tenet at Tampines EC, read on to find out what awaits you in the neighbourhood.
TENET EC AT TAMPINES KEY SELLING POINTS
- Potential capital appreciation due to the short supply of ECs in the East.
- Close to Pasir Ris MRT Station on the East-West Line (EWL).
- Short 2 minutes walk to the upcoming Tampines North MRT along the Cross Island Line (CRL).
- Situated in a mature Tampines neighbourhood with many malls, educational institutes, restaurants, and lifestyle amenities nearby.
- Excellent public transport system connecting residents to various parts of the island.
- Close to key employment hubs like the Seletar Aerospace Park, Changi Business Park, Changi Airport, and Marina Bay Financial Centre (MBFC).
- Residents can access more facilities at theNew Tampines Hub, home to a regional library, sports facilities, club facilities, and many other amenities.
- Reputable Developer Qingjian Realty
TENET EC – UNMATCHED CONVENIENCE
Tampines’ location in the southeast of Singapore is far from the city center, but accessibility here is intact. The neighbourhood enjoys excellent connectivity in terms of both public and private transport. Tampines is linked to Singapore’s major transportation networks including expressways, and MRTs.
The East-West Line and the Downtown Line pass through Tampines. That means Tenet at Tampines EC residents are connected to Tampines East, Tampines West, Expo, Tampines and Simei MRT stations.
Tenet EC at Tampines Street 62 by Qingjian Realty is a mere 10-minute drive to Pasir Ris MRT, while the nearby Tampines MRT is a short 8-minute drive away. Other accessible MRT stations include Downtown and Bencooolne. Changi Airport MRT Station is also within 15 mins drive, while Expo MRT is just a stop away. Once completed, the future Tampines North MRT will be right at your doorstep within a 2 mins walk from your home.
Bus services are also enhanced in Tampines, with two bus interchanges serving the neighbourhood; Tampines Concourse Bus Interchange and Tampines Bus Interchange. The latter is connected to Our Tampines Hub and connects around 25 bus routes. Tampines Concourse Bus is a 15-minute walk from Tampines St 62 Ec and serves four bus routes.
When living in Tenet EC at Tampines EC, the CBD is about a 35-minute ride away by bus, and getting to Changi Business Park will take you about 30 mins. Private car owners are well connected to any part of Singapore by key highways and major expressways. Tampines Expressway (TPE) links to the North-East, Pan Island Expressway (PIE) to the West, East Coast Parkway (ECP) to Changi Airport, Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway (KPE), and Marina Coastal Expressway.
|Project Name||Tenet 景丽轩|
|District||District 18 – Tampines, Pasir Ris, Simei|
|Developer & Registered Address||QJ-OS Pte. Ltd. and Santarli Realty Pte. Ltd.
(Qingjian and Santarli)
|Address||Tampines Street 62|
|Showflat Location||Tampines Street 62|
|Developer Sales Hotline|
|Est Indicative Selling Price Range||Above S$ psf|
|Tenure||99 years leasehold|
|Description||Tenet executive condo (EC) developed by Qingjian and Santarli. Target to launch in H2 2022, and for official details project details, floor plans, showflat appointment to be released soon|
|No of Units||650 units|
|Site Area||23,799.2 sqm|
|Gross Area||59,498 sqm|
|Developer’s Licence No:||TBA|
|Project Account No:||TBA|
HISTORY OF TAMPINES
Tampines is a residential estate and a planning area located in the Eastern Region of Singapore. It’s along the north-eastern coast of the region and borders Paya Lebar and Bedok on its west, Changi on its east, Pasir Ris on its north, and the Singapore Straits on its south.
It is ranked the third-largest new town in the country, covering around 20.89 sq km. It is also behind Jurong West and Bedok, becoming the third most populated town and is the regional centre. Tampines is made up of Tampines East, Tampines North, Tampines Central, Tampines Changkat, Simei and Tampines West.
The story of Tampines goes back to when it started as a mere fishing village filled with forests, sand quarries, swamps, and tempinis. Tempinis is a Malay word for ironwood trees present in abundance in this area giving birth to its name- Tampines.
Tampines was captured in the early 1828 maps by Franklin and Jackson. Tampines Road is the oldest street in the neighbourhood dating back to 1864 and recorded as a cart track. By the beginning of the 1900s, Tampines was a rubber plantation site home to Hun Yeang and Teo Tek Ho estates.
Before the urbanisation, Tampines largely served as military grounds. It was not until the late 1970s that the construction of Tampines towns began. The development resulted in the resettlement of over 3,000 villagers’ new HDBs. Some of the sand quarries found in the area were turned into nature parks resulting in Bedok Reservoir Park and Tampines Quarry Park.
By 1983, neighbourhood 1 – Tampines Town Centre was completed, followed by neighbourhood Other towns; Tampines Changkat, Tampines West, Tampines East, and Tampines North were completed in the next few years resulting in the various divisions.
The construction of Tampines housing units was a game-changer in that new methods of construction and design were employed. This resulted in more attractive units with better colours and finishings. In 1991, the Housing and Development Board (HDB) handed over control to the Tampines Town Council, managed by grassroots leaders and residents.
In the early 1990s, the government started discussing decentralising the economy outside the CBD. The talks resulted in regional centres, Tampines being the first to be constructed in 1992. Many years down the line, Tampinmes tops as the most established regional centre.
While Tampines isn’t as vibrant as the city centre, it has admirable, laid-back charm. The town has all it takes to be a mature residential town; culture, recreation, education, employment, and houses. Unlike most heartland neighbourhoods with one mall, Tampines residents are served by Eastpoint Mall, Century Square, Tampines Mall, and Tampines 1.
Tampines is also home to Singapore’s first integrated community hub, our Tampines Hub, and an extensive retail park. With the neighbourhood’s laid back charm, modern amenities, and UN prize under its belts, it’s not a surprise why the area is popular with retirees, singles, nature lovers and families with kids.