Looking for a new Home in D10 ? HOLLAND VILLAGE

Under the URA Master Plan, the traditionally sought-after Holland Village area is poised for rejuvenation, as it has been designated as an “identity node” to ensure that future new developments will preserve its charm and ambience.

3 plots of land have currently been designated for largely mixed-use developments yielding a total of 1500 homes. New developments at Holland Village will be designed along intimate laneways and courtyards to add new residences, retail and lifestyle uses and add to the charm of Holland Village.

A new community park and urban plaza have also been proposed to create a public space for residents from surrounding housing developments to interact.  Holland Village’s streets will also be made pedestrian-friendly, with a proposed access road that will divert traffic from the heart of the area.

The following are notable new launches in Holland Village area:

1.   One Holland Village – upcoming
2.   Van Holland (former Toho Mansion)
3.   The Enclave.Holland

A bit further afield in the larger Holland Rd neighbourhood are the following new launches:

4.   Parksuites
5.   Wilshire Residences

Note that the Holland Plain precinct (located near King Albert Park station and the Rail Corridor) will be launched for redevelopment from 2021 onwards.  The 34-hectare area may yield about 2,500 private units.


RELATED NEWS

ST 20 Nov 2013:  URA Draft Master Plan 2013: Holland Village to get 1,500 new homes, new community park and urban plaza

URA 16 May 2018:  Award of tender for the commercial and residential site at Holland Road

BT 17 May 2018:  Far East bags coveted Holland site for S$1.2b

CNA 16 Oct 2017:  19,000 new homes planned for Kampong Bugis, Holland Plain and Bayshore

RELATED WEBSITES

1.   URA Draft Master Plan 2019
2.   URA Master Plan 2014
3.   URA Concept Plan 2011
4.   Land Transport Master Plan 2040

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