Nyon, freehold residential plot is located just beside Amber road, located only a minutes walk from the future upcoming Tanjong Katong MRT Station. JLL has been appointed to market the property to potential developers and Nyon currently is surrounded from all sides with high-rise buildings. On the Amber Road, Nyon is one of the last remaining plots that have not yet been developed. The Tanjong Katong MRT Station nearby will be a part of the new Thomson-East Coast Line, a projected due to be completed till 2023. The area where the plot lies, had a Master Plan passed in 2014, that deemed this property as Residential with a gross plot ratio of 2.8. The director at JLL, Ms. Yong believes that the high rise will have somewhere between 24 to 26 storeys. That means, that with the 22,800 sq ft of covered area that the freehold residential plot has, it will have a gross floor area of somewhere around 63,000 sq ft.
About the Developer
The piece of land has been bought by the property developer Aurum Land. The Singaporean-based developer plans to build the “Nyon” on this freehold residential property. Aurum first came into being in the year 1982. Since then, they have been an award-winning boutique property developer who have always built exclusive and luxurious condos and units. The team that works behind the scenes in Aurum bring with them 80 years of pure development skills that always show on their final projects.
Amber Road is the road that basically connects the junction of the Haig Road and Mountbatten Road to the Tanjong Kantong Road. Even though the accounts vary in most cases, it is reported that the Amber Road got its name from the family of Joseph Aaron Elias, a successful and famous businessman that lived in the area in the early 20th century. Another possible derivation of the name Amber comes from Kampong Amber, a Malay village that existed in the area near the East Coast. In the 40s and the 50s, the village was host to Chinese, Indians and Malays who lived together with harmony and peace.
A famous landmark for Amber Road was the luxurious residence of the Elias family. It was built in the early 1900s right next to sea, and was named “The Big House.” It was only in 1960 that the property was eventually sold and in 1969, The Sea View Hotel was built on it.
District 15 in the East Coast is the exact place you want to look for, if you want to buy a property that gives you comfort and relaxation, and Nyon will be the right choice. It is ideally located to a lot of accessible areas that will give you the ease of having all your daily-life needs close by.
First and foremost, the Thomson-East Coast Line lies in the district. It is a 43 kilometre long line, which is due to be completed in five different stages from 2019 to 2024, and Nyon will be only next to it once it is built.
The residents of this area, and the future residents of Nyon, now have a lot to look forward to, including the easy and direct access to the beach, a number of malls and shopping plazas, Din Tai Fung outlets and a fast access to the North-South Line. The area of Paya Lebar is also being planned to become a business hub with most developments and approvals already cleared.
This means that if you plan on residing in the area, there is a huge chance that you’re living close to your workspace, so you also don’t have to travel too far for your office. Another mall is also being built in the area of Paya Lebar which is expected to host all kinds of international brands from across the globe.
District 15 also has a lot of other things to offer. These include the Seafront that the area has, also known as the Sea View. Nyon will also have a side that will have a seafront view. A lot of people prefer to live in places where their doors or balconies open up to a beautiful view of the sea, and that’s exactly what this place has to offer. Since the days when Katong Park had a completely pure ocean view, this has been the main attraction of people living in this area.