North Gaia EC Showflat Directions
Launching April 2022
North Gaia EC Showflat Directions
Please note that the North Gaia showflat is not located at the project site.
The North Gaia showflat is located along Canberra Road, right next to Masjid Assyafaah, and the showflat for another EC project, Provence Residence.
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North Gaia showflat entrance, as seen from Canberra Road
North Gaia Project Location
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About North Gaia EC
North Gaia Executive Condominium is the first executive condominium to launch in northern Singapore Yishun for the past 6 years and is expected to be a highly anticipated EC launch due to pent up demand in the non mature estate of Yishun.
The land parcel was released under the Government Land Sales programme, and was sold to Sing Holdings Limited for $576 psf ppr.
Developed by Sing Holdings, North Gaia Executive Condominium occupies a lard parcel large enough to feature 616 premium residential units over 11 blocks, consisting of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom unit types, catering to a wide range of family sizes.
North Gaia located at the intersection of Yishun Avenue 8 and Yishun Avenue 9, just beside an existing private property project Symphony Suites, with a picturesque view of a wide expanse of greenery directly to the north, and also the upcoming Khatib Bongsu Nature Park, a 40 hectare park space within the larger mangrove and mudflat habitat.
The North Gaia site also enjoys the advantage of being within 1km to Chongfu Primary School, a very popular school within the northern region of Singapore.
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North Gaia EC Unit Mix
Executive Condominiums are meant to cater to families, and hence North Gaia Executive Condominium will feature 616 premium residential units over 11 blocks, consisting of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom unit types.
These unit sizes will definitely be sufficient for younger families or larger families with older children.
This new ec launch will also be equipped with a wide range of facilities for the enjoyment of all residents.
North Gaia Executive Condominium comes after a string of successful EC launches, including Parc Canberra and Provence Residence.
North Gaia EC Developer
North Gaia developer is Sing Holdings Limited, a property development and investment group currently listed on the Mainboard of the Singapore Exchange since 2007. It has an established track record of development experience in a wide spectrum of properties ranging from landed houses, condominiums to commercial and industrial buildings.
Some of the Group’s past residential projects include Robin Residences at Robin Drive, Waterwoods in Punggol and The Laurels at Cairnhill Road. For commercial and industrial projects, the Group developed BizTech Centre at Aljunied Road, EastGate building along East Coast Road and Ocean Towers in Shanghai, an award-winning Grade-A office building in the People’s Republic of China.
North Gaia EC : Amenities
For future residents of North Gaia EC, there are many amenities, food options and nearby supermarkets well within the vicinity and walking distance that will cater to every day needs. The many shopping malls North Gaia Executive Condominium is close to will provide many options for residents.
Helmed by Frasers Property, Northpoint City down along Yishun Ave 9 holds the claim to being the largest integrated development in the North of Singapore.
The massive Northpoint shopping centre includes a 920-unit North Park Residences, community spaces, food court, a bus interchange and two underground retail links with direct access to Yishun MRT Station.
This signature shopping mall houses over 400 retail and dining outlets across two retail wings, a community club, a rooftop community garden, a public library, a town plaza the size of 10 basketball courts and a line-up of lifestyle and retail offerings curated to serve the community.
North Gaia EC : Transport
North Gaia EC residents will also enjoy transport options that will allow them to get to the different parts of the country easily.
Yishun Integrated Transport Hub / MRT, Bus Interchange
Located at the heart of the Yishun estate is Yishun MRT, an above-ground MRT station along the North South Line, being station number NS 13. It is also connected to Yishun Bus Interchange and is an important mode of transport for Yishun residents.
The train station is located at the junction of Yishun Avenue 2 and Yishun Avenue 5, and is currently one of the two MRT stations that serve Yishun New Town; the other being Khatib Station, and all work in tandem to serve Yishun residents.
The train along the North South Line to Marina Bay starts at 5:27am at NS Jurong East, and the last trains ends at Jurong East at 12:25am, so if you are taking the train at the early or wee hours, do take note!
Tampines Expressway TPE / Seletar Expressway SLE / Central Expressway CTE
From North Gaia EC, it is a short drive to access a number of Expressways.
To access Tampines Expressway (TPE), residents can drive along Yishun Avenue 8 and Yishun Ave 1, past the very picturesque Yishun Dam to get on to TPE towards Punggol, Sengkang, Tampines and Pasir Ris. There is also the option to enter the Central Expressway (CTE) instead, that will provide access towards Ang Mo Kio, Toa Payoh and the city centre.
A short drive along Sembawang Road will connect to Seletar Expressway (SLE), that goes towards Woodlands and the Western part of the island.
North South Expressway / North South Corridor
The new North South Expressway, also known as the North South Corridor (NSC), will be Singapore’s 11th Expressway and its longest Transit Priority Corridor, featuring dedicated bus lanes, cycling trunk routes and pedestrian paths, to serve public bus commuters, active mobility users and pedestrians. Expected to complete in 2027, it will directly connect the Northern region and the city centre. All civil contracts for the construction of the tunnels and viaducts have been awarded and construction is currently underway.
The North South Expressway will connect at Admiralty Road West to East Coast Parkway/East Coast Road, allowing for residents at North Gaia Executive Condominium to travel to areas such as Bukit Timah, Orchard Road and the Central Business District easily.
North Gaia EC : Parks, Greenery and Leisure
Residents of North Gaia EC will get to enjoy being located right next to a vast expanse of forested greenery to the north. Within that greenery is also the location of Khatib Bongsu Park.
There are a number of nearby parks that will provide enjoyment time for the family as well.
Khatib Bongsu Nature Park
2 minutes walk
On the 4th March 2020, Second Minister for National Development Desmond Lee announced the new vision that in the next 10 years, the National Parks Board (NParks) aims to transform Singapore from a “city in a garden” to a “city in nature”.
He made the announcement during the debate on his ministry’s budget on Wednesday (March 4), saying the key strategy here is to enhance and extend Singapore’s natural capital.
As part of the strategy to extend the nature park network, a 40ha nature park will be established at Khatib Bongsu, a rich mangrove and mudflat habitat in the north-eastern coast of Singapore.
Read more about Khatib Bongsu Nature Park here
Yishun Park and Yishun Pond
Located towards the south of North Gaia EC is the very popular Yishun Park and Yishun Pond, which is 2.3 hectares is size.
Yishun Pond Park is a haven of tranquillity for nearby residents. Featuring a pond surrounded by colourful plants and a variety of trees, shrubs and marshland plants as well as several bird species, the park is a great place for visitors to get close to nature.
Nature lovers can also learn more about the flora and fauna from information boards and climb the spiral tower to enjoy a bird’s eye view of the surrounding areas. Alternatively, sit and relax at the benches and enjoy the tranquillity and beauty of the water promenade.
The park is located just next to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.
Yishun Park itself provides a large space for family outings and also joggers.
Lower Seletar Reservoir Park
10 min Drive
Towards the south, and about a 10 minute drive away lies the Lower Seletar Reservoir Park.
Calm and peaceful with turquoise waters and balmy breezes, Lower Seletar Reservoir Park is a pleasant place for leisure activities, both on land and in water. It features a Family Bay with a new performance stage, a water play area, a bioswale rain garden, as well as a Heritage Bridge.
Fitness enthusiasts have the opportunity to indulge in long, leisurely strolls or jogs. A fishing jetty, maintained by PUB, extends from the park into the reservoir, catering to avid anglers who cast their rods in hopes of hooking large snakeheads and tilapias swimming in the waters. Benches along the edge of the reservoir provide a great view of the beauty and tranquillity of the surroundings.
The park is also a popular venue for kayaking and dragon-boating at the Lower Seletar Water Sports Centre
12 min Drive
Just after Yishun Dam and Rower’s Bay Park and bounded by Seletar West Link lies another hidden gem in the north-eastern part of Singapore: Seletar Airport and Seletar Aerospace Hub.
In contrast with Changi Airport, Seletar Airport is a commercial airport mostly serving turbo-prop and smaller-sized private and business jet airlines and aircraft.
It is also part of the larger Seletar Aerospace Park, which houses a slew of multi-national companies including Pratt & Whitney, Rolls Royce, Airbus, General Electric, and Bombardier.
At the same time, the area also promises lots of facilities for family fun, including an airplane-themed playground, the Hampstead Wetlands Park, food options around the Oval such as Wheeler’s Estate, Di Wei Teo Chew Restaurant and Soek Seng 1954 Bicycle Cafè.
North Gaia EC : Healthcare Facilities
Residents of North Gaia EC will find a range of healthcare facilities just within the vicinity.
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital is a 590-bed general and acute care hospital, set within a healing environment. Opened in June 2010, KTPH combines medical expertise with high standards of personalised care to provide care that is good enough for our own loved ones. From intuitive wayfinding to logical clustering of services, KTPH’s design is focused on providing a hassle-free experience for patients. KTPH serves more than 800,000 people living in the northern sector of Singapore.
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital is located in close proximity to Yishun MRT, a few minutes\\\’ drive away from Parc Canberra.
North Gaia EC : Schools
Parents at North Gaia EC will have a wide range of nearby schools to choose from, including Chongfu School, Xishan Primary School, Huamin Primary School, Yishun Primary School, Ahmad Ibrahim Primary School, Yishun Town Secondary School, Northland Secondary School, the Gems World institute situated along Yishun Street 42, Sir Manasseh Meyer International School (SMMIS), XCL World Academy (international school).
Chongfu School is easily one of the most popular schools in the Yishun and also the Northern part of Singapore.
Founded in 1915 and formerly known as Chong Hock Girls’ School, Chongfu School is now a co-ed school offering a wide range of classes and courses aimed at the academic and also character development.
It is a well sought after school for a number of reasons, including the camps that it organizes for students, prestigious awards by MOE for student development, and producing students who have gone on to excel in PSLE.
Besides the core subjects, Chongfu School is also deeply focused on Character and Citizenship Education, with modules crafted with clear learning outcomes.
Xishan Primary School
Xishan Primary School is another popular primary school in the north, with several achievements in the academic and non-academic aspects of education.
Some of their programmes include:
Learning for Life Programme (LLP), Empowerment through Sports Education, aims to equip every pupil with mental skills that will shape a positive mindset and be guided by positive habits of mind to demonstrate good values and strong character.
Environmental education is a strong tenet in the school to promote a strong sense of community responsibility, values inculcation and resource conservation.
North Gaia EC : Master Plan
As part of the government’s plans to transform and enhance the various regions of Singapore, there have been several plans outlined for the North, many of which have already been realised, with more in the pipeline.
Woodlands Regional Centre
Woodlands Regional Centre is poised to take its place as the largest economic hub in Singapore’s North region, the north coast innovation corridor.
Over the next 15 years, new spaces for business, industry, research & development, office building and learning & innovation will be introduced on over 100 hectares of developable land. Nestled within a vibrant, green landscape, yet seamlessly connected with key locations in Singapore and Johor Bahru, it can serve as the strategic centre for the Northern Agri-Tech and Food Corridor. This Corridor will integrate the mix of uses in Singapore’s north, connecting the future Agri-Food Innovation Park with synergistic elements of the ecosystem in the North (such as farms, Republic Polytechnic and the Senoko Food Zone).