Westwood Residences

Format
Brief

City
Singapore

Country
Singapore

Metro Area
Singapore

Project Type
Multifamily For-Sale

Location Type
Other Central City

Land Uses
Multifamily For-Sale Housing

Keywords
Active transportation
Bike-friendly
Executive condominium
Healthy place features
Pedestrian-friendly development
Public-private partnership
Velodrome

Site Size
4.3 acres
acres hectares

Date Started
2015

Date Opened
2018

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Westwood Residences is a bicycle-themed multifamily housing development in Singapore that is slated to open in 2018. Bike-friendly features are being included to help differentiate the project from other developments on the market. The unit prices will be subsidized by the government, and the units will be more financially accessible than some comparable apartments. This development functions in the context of a larger move towards a more bike-friendly culture in Singapore. Westwood Residences will be located near a new and growing network of trails that will allow residents to easily bike to work in a growing shift towards biking in Singapore.

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Format
Brief

City
Singapore

Country
Singapore

Metro Area
Singapore

Project Type
Multifamily For-Sale

Location Type
Other Central City

Land Uses
Multifamily For-Sale Housing

Keywords
Active transportation
Bike-friendly
Executive condominium
Healthy place features
Pedestrian-friendly development
Public-private partnership
Velodrome

Site Size
4.3 acres
acres hectares

Date Started
2015

Date Opened
2018

Developer
Koh Brothers Group Limited and Heeton Holdings Limited
Singapore

Architect
ADDP Architects LLP

Equity Partner
Heeton Holdings

Principal Author(s)
Rachel MacCleery, Ed McMahon, Matthew Norris

Source
Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier
http://uli.org/report/active-transportation-real-estate-next-frontier/