Le Quest is a new, mixed development to be launched in Bukit Batok. It boasts a total of 516 residential units and 100 commercial units, including a retail mall and a childcare centre. It offers a range of 1-4 bedrooms to best cater to your lifestyle and needs. Each unit is fully equipped with finishes and fittings and has access to full condominium facilities. Le Quest is developed by the reputable Qingjian Realty, which has a diverse portfolio such as Bellewoods and The Visionaire.
Le Quest is located at a neighbourhood with excellent transportation networks and is in close proximity to various amenities. It is also the first mixed development in Bukit Batok that will provide quality living for you and your family.
First new mixed development in Bukit Batok with retail shops, a supermarket and an in-house child-care, all under one roof.
Close proximity to Jurong Lake District (Singapore's 2nd CBD), Jurong Innovation District and the High Speed Terminus.
High potential in capital appreciation and rental yield in the future due to rising rental demand caused by increasing commercial and industrial development, as well as emerging international schools and expats in the area.
Close proximity to schools such as Princess Elizabeth Primary School, Dulwich College and Swiss Cottage Secondary School.
Seamless connectivity to dining, shopping, medical and entertainment amenities (IMM, Westgate, JCube, JEM, Big Box, West Mall, Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Bukit Batok Polyclinic).
Easy island-wide connectivity via Pan Island Expressway (PIE) and the Bukit Panjang Integrated Transport Hub, with a direct train to the city centre.
JEM is the first lifestyle hub in the west where shopping meets entertainment and functionality meets experience.
With a comprehensive tenant mix driven by convenience, West Mall offers an unparalleled shopping experience for the family.
Little Guilin is a tranquil public park area featuring a lake with tall, granite rock cliffs for you and your family to enjoy.
With a well-rounded approach to learning, PEPS is one of the most reputable primary school in the area.
Dulwich College is made up of approximately 1700 students from age 2 to age 15, with over 50 nationalities in their diverse student body.
MI offers a well-paced GCE 'A' Level programme and is notable for its predominantly classroom-based curriculum delivery.
The Lakeside leisure precinct will become an exciting leisure destination set within lush greenery and the 70 hectare Jurong Lake. It is home to the future Singapore-Kuala Lumpur High Speed Rail (HSR) terminus, and it will provide a wide range of business and employment opportunities, and diverse community and recreational facilities.
There are plans to integrate Lakeside Gateway with the surrounding areas, such as the International Business Park to the east, as well as Teban and Pandan Gardens to the south. The existing East-West and North-South MRT lines are currently undergoing upgrades which will boost the reliability and availability of train services. Two new lines, the Jurong Region Line and Cross-Island Line are expected to be completed by 2025 and 2030.
Jurong Innovation District (JID) will be a 600ha innovation district covering Nanyang Technological University (NTU), CleanTech Park, and the surrounding areas of Bulim, Bahar and Tengah. JID will be home to several key growth areas that Singapore intends to develop, including advanced manufacturing, robotics, urban solutions, cleantech and smart logistics.
One of the first developments in JID is the JTC LaunchPad @ JID, which will be completed in 2017. It will house start-ups, incubators and accelerators, with a focus on advanced manufacturing. The close proximity to Nanyang Technological University, research institutes and a network of corporations will foster strong collaborations, promote synergistic growth, and accelerate commercialisation of new technologies amongst startups.
The upcoming new Forest Town, Tengah, will further raise the bar for public housing. One major attraction will be the creation of a long forest corridor which will form part of the larger network of greenery. Amenities such as hiking trails would be incorporated in the corridor for the community to get close to nature and enjoy the rainforest.
For the first time, Singapore will also see a car-free Town Centre in an HDB town. The Town Centre will be designed amidst a lush park, with vehicles plying underneath the town centre. Road networks could support future forms of mobility, such as Autonomous Vehicles as well as various transportation networks, such as the upcoming Jurong Region Line (JRL) and buses that provide seamless connectivity to neighbouring towns and the city.