Siteplan and Unit Layout

It’s started with a new MRT station right in the heart of the estate, as well as the clearing of trees and land for new roads and residential properties. Residents of Lentor Hills Residences can look forward to the convenience of having a plethora of F&B and retail options just a stone’s throw away, including a supermarket and childcare centres. Lentor Modern nearby will be an integrated mixed-use development with retail and F&B outlets. Some malls within a short driving distance from Lentor Hill Residences include Jubilee Square, Djitsun Mall and AMK Hub. A short drive will also bring you to one of the largest parks in Singapore – the Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park.
The development features a 99 years leasehold development located along Lentor Hills Road. Located in District 20 of Singapore, Lentor Hills Residences is situated in the northern part of Singapore. Here in District 20, it is one of the pricier districts within the northern classification as it is located close to the central region. In fact, district 20 is just next to the Core Central Region of Singapore’s District 11. Citizens can enjoy excellent ease to access to the north, east, central, and also southern parts of Singapore.
It has since established itself as a major player in the property market, making it one of the most sought-after providers of a comfortable home. This site is the second of four new Lentor residential projects to be developed, the first being the Lentor Modern, a mixed-use residential development with a commercial podium on the first story. In total, the four sites will potentially add more than 1,900 new homes to the area, injecting a new lease of life to the neighbourhood. GuocoLand Limited is a well known developer with numerous astounding accomplishment and long history of real estate development in Singapore. It has change the landscape and also skyline of Singapore for the past decades.
Located at Lentor Hills Road in District 20 Ang Mo Kio, the matured estate has well established amenities with food establishment, shopping malls and excellent connectivity. The condo is in the quiet private estate with an upcoming mixed-development shopping mall known as Lentor Modern located right above Lentor MRT station of the Thomson-East Coast Line. This area is known to be a quiet landed residential enclave, that provides a peaceful living environment and privacy for its residents. Located in the Upper Thomson area that has mostly landed homes, residents of Lentor Hills Residences will potentially enjoy unobstructed views of the surrounding areas, such as the nearby nature reserves and parks. Hong Leong led joint venture won top bid at S$1,060 psf, with GuocoLand and TID. Lentor Hills Estate is envisioned as a pedestrian-friendly neighbourhood set amidst lush greenery with good connectivity to public transport.
Leading public firm GuocoLand Ltd has been listed on the Singapore exchange since 1978. The company’s primary areas of interest include real estate investment, development, and property and hotel management. GuocoLand has entered the Malaysian, Chinese, and even international markets in Australia and the UK through smart alliances. Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hong Leong Holdings Limited, is a well-respected developer with a strong track record of delivering high-quality residential and commercial projects. The company is known for its attention to detail and commitment to excellence, and has a reputation for building communities that are comfortable, welcoming, and built to last. These schools offer unique curricula and activities that can help children to develop specific skills and interests.
Experience high connectivity to both city areas and nature reserve; produly brought to you by Guocoland, Intrepid Investment & TID Residential. Hong Leong Group’s major push into property development began in the 1960s & it has since become one of the largest commercial landlords in Singapore’s Central Business District. Hong Leong Group has also cemented itself as a market leader that has developed many iconic properties along the Singapore skyline.