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Queenstown, which is Singapore`s first satellite town, has deserved to turn into a role model for municipal housing. It grew into a modern city that offers a wide variety of housing and office space for rent, shopping centers, and excellent public transport connectivity. Besides, as Queenstown still evolves, there will be ongoing efforts to demonstrate the heritage and strengthen its identity. That is why it is not surprising that successful real estate investors build residences in this high-potential area, such as MCC Land’s Queens Peak, close to Queenstown MRT station. Furthermore, most of Singapore’s main districts are not far away from Queenstown, whether you drive or get around using public transport. Orchard Road, for instance, is just 10 minutes away by car, which means that shopping giants like Orchard Central and Ion Orchard are just minutes away. An additional advantage to all of the above is that the office rental prices are much lower here than in other Singapore districts.
Queenstown MRT Station is an elevated railway on the East-West Line. It runs past the Mei Chin and Margaret Drive subzones and is situated on Commonwealth Avenue, in close proximity to the Commonwealth Towers.
There are also two public transport stops connected to Queenstown station, as well as numerous taxi spots.
Commercial and residential properties in Queenstown are highly popular thanks to its closeness to the city. New public housing will rise on Margaret Drive, together with the development of new private houses not far away. Holland Village will see new homes and will give a chance to many property-seekers to try living in this newly-built area close to a vibrant life of the downtown.
The housing and business centers in Queenstown are planned with a range of facilities for current and future residents and include shopping sites, schools, gyms, and parks – all of the vital elements to ensure a comfortable living and smooth business operations. The deliberate planning and the implementation phase are a joint effort of various state agencies. For now, people are willing to pay up to $2 million for a unit in Commonwealth Towers, judging by sales. There is an undeniable potential here, and with potential, the improvements come over the whole infrastructure, which will ensure even more significant opportunities for businesses to prosper.
Queenstown is located in the Central Region of Singapore. There used to be seven neighborhoods which created the original Queenstown. In the 2000s, numerous iconic landmarks, such as Margaret Drive, Tah Chung Emporium, and Queenstown Remand Prison, were destroyed for future re-development. Fortunately, several beautiful buildings, such as Princess House, the Anchor Brewery Brewmaster’s House and the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, have been conserved.
Apart from being the first satellite town, Queenstown was also a place where many public institutions were first established in the whole of Singapore, like Queenstown Secondary Technical School. Other examples are Singapore’s first polyclinic along Margaret Drive and the Queenstown Community Library, the first branch library in Singapore.