Other than almost 10,000 new dwelling units to be built at Woodlands Central and Woodlands North Coast, the 1,198 ha estate will have new amenities such as a regional business centre, more cycling and pedestrian pathways as well as a healthcare complex, among others.
This will turn Woodlands into a more popular neighbourhood in the future, property experts and residents told The New Paper. This will benefit residents of near by executive condo such as those of Northwave EC and Parc Life EC. Upcoming executive condo launches include Hundred Palms Residences EC, Yio Chu Kang EC, Inz Residence EC, Anchorvale Lane EC, while existing ones include The Terrace EC, Brownstone EC, The Vales EC, Parc Life EC , Sol Acres EC EC, The Visionaire, Bellewoods EC, Signature at Yishun, The Criterion EC and Northwave EC. Hundred Palms Residences details and Hundred Palms EC show flat will be available shortly.
The redevelopment plans were announced by Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong at the launch of the ROH exhibition for Woodlands yesterday. A budget has yet to be finalised.
Toa Payoh and Pasir Ris will also undergo changes – although Woodlands will get the most comprehensive makeover – as part of the third batch of the ROH programme, which was first announced in 2007.