Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Pasir Ris Potential HUGE!

4 Bedroom Beachfront Penthouse For Sale

Great Potential - Good Investment - High ROI In The Next 1 to 2 Years

Own This Luxury Seaside Penthouse

At A Very Affordable Price Of Only SGD$885psf

Very Rarely Available.



Pasir Ris – A Self-contained Bustling City
Exciting new town with yuppies, professionals seeking a lifestyle living 

Easy access to CBD & other location via major expressways PIE, SLE, ECP & KPE (Phase 2).

Pasir Ris Park & Beach where a wide selection of recreation activities awaits ...

Beach dining, pubs, bbq, water sports, cycling, inline skating, fishing, nature walks, mangrove forest, bird watching, pony rides, children’s play area, prawn fishing, animal farm

Downtown East – E! Hub entertainment resort with Cathay’s 6-screen Cineplex, eXplorekid themepark, NTUC Youth Club nEbo City, 32-lane bowling alley, NTUC Fairprice, 25-m tall ferris wheel, karaoke & chic retail, F&B dining

Wild Wild Wet & Escape Theme Park, Kid’s Kampong nearby
Elias Mall, Whitesands shopping centre, Tampines Mall & mega malls like IKEA, Giant, Courts &  In 10-15 years – Another 37 ha of new parks & 13km of new park connectors 

A Magnet For Business And A Stable Supply of Profitable Rental Yields 

Good potential for value -near Changi Airport, Changi Business Park, Loyang Agro Technology Park & Loyang industrial area, Pasir Ris Wafer Fab Park, Pasir Ris Coast Industrial Park, Tampines North Wafer Fab Park etc

Near Tampines financial regional centre
In 10-15 years – Another 200,000 sqm of commercial space, 330 Ha of industrial land 

More Exciting Plans in The Future…. 

MotorGP Race Track - Changi

Upcoming Tampines 1 with anchor tenants like Cold Storage, Challenger, Times Bookshop, Amore fitness & spa club

Easy connect to future Downtown Line 3 & Eastern Region Line

Expansion of Tampines & Pasir Ris Wafer Parks, 29ha Tampines site open for new logistic park & more Changi sites to developed for aerospace industries!

Saturday, February 27, 2010

Singapore MotoGP Track in Changi

On completion, the private sector operator will be responsible for the operation of the FIA standard facility in accordance with a management framework developed by Confluence and our other consortia partners.
It will also consist of grandstand, media centre, paddocks, pit garages, F&B outlets, clubhouses etc.  The first race on the new circuit has been targeted for June 2011.

Name of project:

Changi Race Track Circuit /Changi Motor Hub
Plot location & size:
The estimated 41-ha plot is situated off Changi Coast Road, to the west of theSingapore Air show site.
Type of circuit:
Grade 2 FIA-approved motor sports racetrack capable of hosting any motor race for both motorcycles and cars, other than Formula One. Also includes a Grade 1
FIA-CIK-approved karting track.
Track length:
Likely to be 3.5 km or more, depending on the individual designs put forth by the bidders.
The racetrack should be able to accommodate at least 15,000, and be easily expandable through temporary facilities to accommodate more seated spectators when required.
(a) At least 3 international races per year, 2 of which must be Grade 2 level race, &
(b) At least 2 national series a year;
(c) Other motor sport events, exhibitions, product launches, automobile & parts testing;
Mandatory facilities:
Inclusive of a Grade 1 FIA-approved karting circuit, a credible motor racing and advance driving training school, and all other critical racetrack amenities
Commercial facilities:
Willing to consider any commercial facilities that are relevant to motor sport and viable for bankrolling the racetrack operations, subject to approval by the land authorities

Singapore on track to complete Changi race circuit
By Ilsa Chan, channelnewsasia.com | Posted: 25 September 2008 2145 hrs

SINGAPORE: Singapore is on track to complete its first permanent race circuit in Changi by 2011, said Teo Ser Luck, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Community Development, Youth and Sports, after sitting in on a session where McLaren-Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton spoke to aspiring Singapore racers and drivers. 

While Mr Teo did not reveal the number of interested tenderers, he said the government is in talks with several parties and is exploring the different possibilities of developing the facility which will be fully funded by the private sector. 

He said: "We are committed to wanting to develop a race track. We are open to different ideas which are coming forward because for the government side, we want to make it successful, and it must be a win-win partnership between the consortium that ultimately wins it and operates it, and the government as well." 

"We are also assessing what needs to be done in that race track. It is a seafront race track, so we must maximise that piece of land there, not just as a race track but possibly an area where tourists will come, locals will go there and everybody would look at it as more than just for car races, but it is a family outing area as well," added Mr Teo. 

The race track, which will be built on a 20-hectare plot, is likely to stretch between 2.8km and 3.5km, short compared to the Singapore Grand Prix circuit of 5.067km. 

"That piece of land there is quite vast, but there are other needs for that piece of land, so I would say there is no confirmation or final (decision) on size and all that, we will talk to the different parties and decide later," said Mr Teo. 

The Changi race track will be capable of hosting major motorsports events, except for F1 races, which need Grade 1 circuits, and include facilities such as a racing and driver training school, and a pit building and grandstand. 

While Singapore pro race driver Hafiz Koh welcomes the idea of having a permanent race track here, he said GP drivers like himself, are not likely to benefit from it. 

"It's definitely a good training ground for drivers to move forward if you have a track and you could start earlier, but for GP drivers like myself, who drive GP cars, we still need to travel a lot and test different tracks. The only way you can learn is to drive different cars on different tracks," said Koh.