CapitaLand’s J’den transform JLD. Last units still for sale.

The window of opportunity to become one of the first homeowners in the Jurong Lake District to benefit from the revitalization of JLD is rapidly closing.

JLD, Singapore’s biggest business district in the outer area will be transformed into Singapore under the upcoming appointment of a developer who will develop a sprawling white site of approximately 6.5ha. The future residents will benefit from new businesses, homes and recreational facilities.

J’den was developed by CapitaLand Development (the development arm of CapitaLand Group), one of Singapore’s most prominent real estate developers. CapitaLand’s expertise and experience have been used to create the best homes possible for families.

JLD’s transformation will include more than just new commercial development around Jurong East; there will be a range of urban living, working, and playing elements in the Jurong Lake Gardens, a district with gardens and waterbodies.

The thriving population of JLD and its surrounding areas will be served by a slew new leisure and recreational activities and facilities.

Over 40% of Jurong Lake will be dedicated to parks and greenery. This includes more than 10km active promenade along the lakefront. The refreshed Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden will anchor this, as they are undergoing renovations that should be finished later this year.

The Chinese Garden has been redesigned to include a new event lawn, an edible vegetable garden, bamboo tunnels and waterfalls, a terrace with a lantern, and nature trails for kids.

The Japanese Garden, meanwhile, will feature a floral show garden as well as a multi-purpose room, a water lily pool, and flowering canopy walkway. A pedestrian boardwalk and promenade will connect the Chinese and Japanese Gardens.

A brand new Science Centre designed by Zaha Hadid in collaboration with architects 61 is another signature attraction near the lake. Singapore’s new Science Centre is the largest laboratory in which to demonstrate real-world science and technology applications. It was designed by renowned architecture firm Zaha Hadid Architects, working with Architects 61.

A new science centre is being built that will include a gallery for children more than double the size of the KidsSTOP at the current Science Centre. It will also feature an outdoor interactive waterplay zone and discovery trails. A plaza of outdoor activities and an observatory are designed to help future generations discover the wonders that science has to offer. The new Science Centre is scheduled to open in 2027.

J’den residents will experience the transformation first-hand, along with existing facilities such as Wag & Wild, Singapore’s biggest dog water park at Jurong Gateway Road. As the district is transformed, families will have a variety of weekend activities to choose from.

JLD is a collection of neighbourhoods that will have amenities, parks, and nodes for public transportation within 10 minutes by foot, bicycle, or public transit.

JLD has a network of pedestrian links, called J-Walk collectively, that connects public transport nodes such as MRT and bus stops. The 4km route connects J’den with the Jurong East MRT Interchange as well as Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Westgate. It also links JEM to J’den condo,

J’den is one of the newer buildings that will join this pedestrian network. Residents will be able walk to the Jurong East Integrated Transport Hub in 2028. The hub will include a library, a sports center, offices and retail space, as well as a community centre.

The two upcoming MRT Stations will enhance connectivity in JLD.

The Jurong East Station is currently an interchange station for East-West, North-South and South-North Lines. It will become a three-line MRT Interchange by 2028 with the addition the Jurong Region Line.

JLD, with its four MRT stations, will be connected to Changi Airport, the CBD and Jurong Innovation District by 2032.

The only units left for sale today at J’den include the three and four bedroom units. When the project was first put up for sale in November last year, it saw an overwhelming response. The project has been in high demand since November, when it was launched for sale. The three-bedroom unit was also very popular, with a take-up of over 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.

Four-bedroom units have a floor area of 1,485 square feet. Three- and four bedroom premium units also feature the only private elevator in the entire development. They are equipped with the top of the line MIELE kitchen fittings and provisions.

The kitchen in the four-bedder, for example, comes with an island countertop that is multi-functional, highlighting the space and size available. In the master bathrooms of three and four bedders, there will be a bidet toilet.

CapitaLand offers a variety of functional yet elegant touches for their larger and more premium units. J’den, a PPVC (prefinished volumetric construction) non-prefabricated development by the developer, has been marketed as such. Owners can now customise their home layout to suit their lifestyle and preferences.

This flexibility can be seen in the layout of the 4-bedroom show flat, where the master bedroom is combined with an adjoining bedroom. The adjacent bedroom can be transformed into a nursery, private office, walk-in closet, or a study.

When combined with the adjacent bedroom of the four-bedder, the living area is expanded to accommodate large gatherings at home. The majority of units are north-south facing, with views towards Jurong Lake Garden or JLD’s skyline.

J’den offers a wide range of amenities, including facilities geared towards families. The amenities deck of the third-floor features, for example, a lazy river with a twisting course, as well as a Jacuzzi and 50m long lap pool.

J’den represents the final opportunity for home owners to become early adopters in JLD of a mixed-use affordable development. The prices for future housing projects are also expected to rise as this area undergoes a transformation.

This landmark CapitaLand Development project is not one to miss. More than 90% of the units have been sold.

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