JadeScape: A unique living experience close to the heart of the city

By JadeScape / Brought to you by Qingjian Realty (Marymount) | August 24, 2018 11:45 AM SGT
JadeScape will be a new landmark in the Shunfu area
WHEN Qingjian Group bought the Shunfu Ville en bloc in 2016, it marked the first purchase of a collective sale site in Singapore by the Hong Kong-listed construction and real estate player. Qingjian was ahead of the collective sale wave that took off last year.
The new, well-located and much-anticipated project to be built on the former Shunfu Ville private HUDC estate is called JadeScape, and is the largest residential project in Qingjian’s Singapore portfolio so far. The project has 1,206 residential units sitting on a 398,114 sq ft plot. The project is designed by award-winning architectural firm Tange Associates, which is headed by celebrated Harvard-trained Paul Tange, son of the legendary Kenzo Tange, who founded Kenzo Tange Studios in 1946.
The 50m swimming pool is one of the main attractions among the multitude of facilities at JadeScape
Recent projects in Singapore designed by Tange Associates include mixed-use retail and office complex Orchard Gateway, which features the first pedestrian overhead bridge across prime Orchard Road; The Rochester, a mixeduse development with residential units and a mall at one-north; and One Raffles Place Tower 2, which was completed in 2012 and is situated adjacent to the first tower, One Raffles Place (formerly known as OUB Centre) — designed by Kenzo Tange in 1986.
JadeScape will also be the biggest residential project designed by Tange Associates in Singapore.
JadeScape will capitalise on the prime site in the much-sought-after Thomson area. The project fronts Marymount Road on one side and Shunfu Road on the other. It is within a three-minute walk of Marymount MRT station on the Circle Line. The Bishan MRT Interchange station for the Circle and North South Lines is just one stop away. Meanwhile, the future Upper Thomson MRT station on the Thomson-East Coast Line is just a seven-minute walk from JadeScape and is scheduled for completion in 2020.
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