Situated between Potong Pasir and Serangoon, the Woodleigh property was formerly characterised as a quiet neighborhood with different old condo jobs along with a Salvation Army building that housed a thrift shop. The region last saw the launching of a private condominium in 2009.

The 99-year leasehold site was bought in a government property tender and can be within walking distance to Woodleigh MRT Stationoff Upper Serangoon Road. In 2018, the consortium found the 805-unit Park Colonial on the website. So far, the job is over 80% sold.

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Adjacent to Bidadari

First published in 2014, the Bidadari Estate Master Plan envisaged the Bidadari city to be another Bishan using its city-fringe place.

To provide increased access, three new streets — Bidadari Park Drive, Alkaff Crescent and Woodleigh Link — have already been opened. Along with such streets, residents in Park Colonial and Bidadari will have access to the Central Expressway and Pan Island Expressway, which are only minutes away. By automobile, residents can hit the Orchard Road shopping belt over 10 minutes along with the CBD over 15 minutes.

For people who would rather travel by public transportation, Woodleigh MRT Station on the North-East Line is just one stop away from Serangoon MRT Station. The latter is the undercover station serving both North-East and Circle Lines.

Green haven

Access apart, Park Colonial are also near a new park which will be developed from the Bidadari estate. In May, HDB declared the 10ha Bidadari Park will create a”green lung” that includes Alkaff Lake, a heritage walk, 6km of mountainous experiential trails and a playground with a 5m-tall treehouse. The playground will be developed progressively and finished by 2022.

Meanwhile, the Bidadari Greenway was imagined for Bidadari for a car-lite district using a network of biking paths and pedestrian lanes. The biking paths will link the region to the Kallang Park Connector from the southwest, and Sungei Serangoon and Punggol Park at the northwest.

Inspired by Victorian homes

“We found the chance for us to design something that’s unique. Inspiration was taken in the quaint but property of Woodleigh Park, among the websites of Singapore’s rare black-and-white blossom homes,” he shares.

The outcome is a colonial-inspired layout that’s reminiscent of”the lifestyle of noblemen and women back in the older days where parties were held in private clubs, day tea was appreciated in beautiful manicured gardens and pavilions”.
Developed by ADDP Architects, Park Colonial includes six 14- to 15-storey cubes spread across the 210,404 sq ft website. The job has over 50 centers, including the clubhouse, that’s the centrepiece; a cantilevered, 50m lap pool; yards; courtyards; character course; and children’s play area.

The trio were also spouses for its 1,390-unit High street Residences in Fernvale Road. The project has been 90% sold to the first weekend of its launching in July 2015, and entirely sold within 12 weeks.