Park Place Residences will be located in Singapore at Paya Lebar Road and Sims Avenue. This new development will cost over $3 billion when finished. The construction was scheduled to begin in January 2016 and be finished sometime in 2018. The double lot will have three sections for resident housing. The towers will consist of 429 units of living space. The second and first section will have 14 floors of space. The third section will have only 13 floors available. There will be plenty of designated entertaining areas to accommodate the other unique qualities of the development.
Park Place Residences Condo Paya Lebar Quarter
The Paya Lebar MRT interchange is readily available to access the shopping stores. A bus is available for transportation needs with over 20 different bus drop off locations. In 2017, Singapore Post Centre will be open for business. Residents at Park Place will be able to shop online or in person. If online ordering is needed; individuals at Park Place Residences can have their merchandise delivered to their door. The One KM Mall, City Plaza, and Tanjong Katong Complex are close by for a fun and enjoyable shopping experience. The Tanjong Katong Complex is one of the oldest, historic malls in Singapore. Along with the numerous shopping facilities located in the mall; it is equipped with a grocery store for convenience.
Park Place Residences Condominium
The City Plaza is located on the shore of the east side of Singapore. It is near hotels and restaurants for customers to enjoy. There are numerous unique, and vintage shops that have items that cannot be found in other stores. People enjoy browsing at the different types of merchandise that they may have never experienced before. The schools in the area are close to Park Place Residences. There are Geylang Methodist Primary School, Geylang Methodist Secondary School, and Tanjong Katong Girl’s School. These educational facilities are highly awarded and have excellent academics. The children will enjoy their learning experience at these wonderful schools in Singapore.