Pipped to be the most affordable freehold project, with average psf of S$1,450.
Conceptualized around the state of mindfulness, providing a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.
SINGAPORE – CEL Development Pte Ltd (“CEL”), the property development division of Chip Eng Seng Corporation Ltd. and developer of the highly successful Park Colonial, Grandeur Park Residences and High Park Residences, is pleased to unveil a new living concept with the launch of Parc Komo (绿意庭).
A freehold mixed development, Parc Komo is inspired by the Komorebi experience that celebrates the blend between nature and order.
Parc Komo derives its name from the Japanese word Komorebi, which describes the moment sunlight filters through the trees, creating a dappled effect on the forest floor.
As with its namesake, Parc Komo is conceptualized as a picturesque resort hidden within a lush tropical paradise and thoughtfully designed to soothe your senses and lull you into a state of calm, peace and quiet joy – a magical phenomenon that happens when one is immersed in nature.
Sitting on a sizeable freehold site of about 202,000 square feet (“sq ft”), this latest development by CEL is probably the most affordable newly launched freehold property in the market today, with an average price of about S$1,450 per square foot (“psf”).
Located at District 17 and nestled away in idyllic Changi, Parc Komo is designed around a vision for holistic living, drawing inspiration from the iconic Heritage Trees and flora and fauna that line the kampong-styled boardwalks at Changi. It is the only mixed development in the vicinity with both residences and commercial offerings. The development comprises 10 blocks of five-storey apartments, totaling 276 units with two storeys of commercial space that comprise 28 commercial units.
Residential unit sizes range from 452 sq ft for a one-bedroom to 1,905 sq ft for the largest five-bedroom luxury penthouse.
The public preview for Parc Komo will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2019.
Mr. Raymond Chia Group CEO, Chip Eng Seng Corporation, said: “The rustic charm of Changi and the exciting masterplan for the area are major drawcards for Parc Komo. Fans of the East Coast area would appreciate the casual and easy-going vibes of Changi, as well as the long term potential of the area. Besides the rarity of a freehold property, homebuyers and investors will also be drawn to the highly attractive pricing, at an average psf of $1,450. We believe this is the most affordably priced new freehold property currently in the market, enabling homebuyers to realize their aspirations of owning a freehold residence.”
The Komorebi Experience
Parc Komo is conceptualized around the state of mindfulness, providing a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life for the discerning urbanite looking for a sanctuary to call home.
The residence seeks to instill a sense of consciousness, as consumers are paying more attention to improving their physical and mental well-being, and to connect better with the natural environment.
From the main entrance through to the front door of each residential unit, the interplay of nature and order creates places where every detail is designed to take care of residents’ well-being.
Because Well-being Begins with Living Well
A holistic residence, Parc Komo embodies the intertwining of three essential elements – the closeness to nature, the connection with oneself, and the sense of community. Nestled in a low density private residential enclave surrounded by landed housing, the development offers myriad facilities, with meticulously designed zones.
“Parc Komo draws influence from Changi’s idyllic coastal setting, evoking vibes of relaxation and serenity. Its design rides on the latest lifestyle trend towards overall
wellness, as we sought to inject a sense of mindfulness in the theme of the development.
At its highly affordable pricing, we believe that Parc Komo presents an excellent opportunity for buyers to own a piece of sanctuary and achieve a unique living experience amid metropolitan Singapore,” added Mr. Chia.
Your Sanctuary. Your Home.
The entrance of Parc Komo is marked by a rich greenscape, and the drop-off area is flanked by a series of water features. A carefully-crafted stream, with natural rock and greenery, separates the residential and commercial spaces.
Within the development, features such as the extension of greenery to upper floors, streams that flow along the edge of the building and a Sunset Deck and the adjoining Night Water Lily Pond provide residents with a sense of tranquillity in an environment that is lush with life.
Residents can also reconnect with nature by growing their own fresh herbs at the Herb Pavilion and urban farming plots.
Residents looking for a spot of solitude can take a dip in the sparkling leisure pool and relax in the Grotto hidden under the trees, or in the 50 metres Lap Pool set in the midst of greenery, meditate on the Yoga Deck, or immerse themselves in a book in airy reading pods that resemble treehouses.
The development also boasts more than 32,000 sq ft of commercial space – Komo Shoppes – which is seamlessly integrated within the development. The 28 commercial shops will feature a well-curated mix of dining, shopping and lifestyle options, including a gourmet grocer and dedicated services for young children and pets.
A Lifestyle Hub Right at Your Doorstep
Parc Komo is located right at the eastern gateway of Singapore, which has been described as the business gateway to the world. The Changi region has been identified as a focal area for development and rejuvenation in the URA Draft Master Plan 2019.
As a business gateway, investors can look forward to rental opportunities, given the proximity to Changi Business Park, Changi International Logispark, Changi Aviation Park and the upcoming Changi East Industrial Zone. For the frequent flyer, Parc Komo is just an accessible five minutes’ away by car to Changi Airport
Beyond an employment node, the Changi region offers a diverse range of recreational amenities – including the rich heritage of Changi Point, nearby golf and country clubs as well as a plethora of retail and F&B options, such as Jewel Changi Airport.
Additionally, homeowners will have an E-Concierge service at their beck and call, to assist in controlling fixtures and appliances at their homes, booking residential services and even arranging external services.
Smart home features that have been incorporated in Parc Komo include digital locks, air-con control, and a visitor
Parc Komo is well-connected to main transportation nodes. It offers easy access to major expressways and roads including Pan Island Expressway (“PIE”), Tampines
Expressway (“TPE”) and East Coast Parkway (“ECP”).
It is also located close to the upcoming Loyang MRT Station on the Cross Island Line which is expected to be completed by 2029, offering convenient access to the rest of the island while maintaining the intimacy of the quaint and rustic charm of the beachside locale of the Changi enclave.
This article is contributed by CEL Development.