The Tre Ver — Best of both worlds

By The Tre Ver / BROUGHT TO YOU BY UOL GROUP & SINGAPORE LAND | November 30, 2018 11:30 AM SGT
Nestled amid a lush, verdant landscaping, with a 220m frontage of the Kallang River, The Tre Ver turns the dream of a riverfront lifestyle into reality
THE TRE VER brings together the best of both worlds. This award-winning project is designed by renowned architectural firm WOHA Architects and jointly developed by UOL Group and Singapore Land.
Featuring 729 spacious one- to four-bedroom units, with sizes ranging from 484 sq ft to 1,378 sq ft, The Tre Ver boasts quality finishes in all its units such as marble flooring for the living and dining areas and American oak floors for the bedrooms. Most of the homes look out to a view of the garden, river or pool, with some units enjoying both river and pool views.
Units will have interiors featuring marble flooring for the living area and American oak timber flooring for the bedrooms
The Tre Ver’s connectivity and convenience is unparalleled. Nestled amid lush, verdant landscaping, with a 220m frontage of the Kallang River, it turns the dream of a riverfront lifestyle into reality. The project is within walking distance of Potong Pasir MRT station and just four stops from Dhoby Ghaut MRT station and the interchange for the Circle and North-South Lines. As it is bounded by various major expressways, getting to the city takes no more than 10 minutes by car. It is also situated near the upcoming Bidadari growth area, which will mean capital appreciation over the long term.
The Tre Ver is surrounded by reputable educational institutions, from pre-schools and primary schools to junior colleges and international schools. St Andrew’s Village is within a 1km radius and the Stamford American International School is also in the vicinity.
Landscaping at The Tre Ver is well-thought-out and includes social spaces close to nature. Existing mature raintrees on the riverfront will be preserved. “The serenity of the river and the beauty of the raintrees are integrated with the design; the natural landscape that surrounds The Tre Ver extends into the development,” says Wong Mun Summ, founding director of WOHA Architects.
Along the riverbank are 12 raintrees that will be preserved, which will enhance the natural landscaping of the development
Besides aesthetic value, well-conceived landscaping has been shown to add a 5% to 10% premium to the value of a development, according to studies by Edmund Tie & Co Research.
Across the river is the Kallang Park Connector, which is easily accessible to residents of The Tre Ver. In line with the government’s initiative to promote a bicycle-friendly city, the developer is providing 30 bicycles within the project for residents’ use. They will be able to enjoy seamless and picturesque bicycle rides and walks in the future as the government enhances interconnectivity through a 150km Park Connector Network Round Island Route linking park connectors, parks and communities.
The Tre Ver offers residents a plethora of facilities across three levels. From sensory patios and raintree cabanas on the recreation deck, to climbing caves and a bouncing pit on the adventure deck, the facilities cater to both adults and children of all ages. The extensive facilities at the pool area, such as the Jacuzzi beds, hammocks, massage corners and a poolside lounge, ensure that residents can unwind and relax after a long day at work.
Despite the recent introduction of cooling measures, The Tre Ver still sees healthy demand from buyers, owing largely to the development’s attractive value proposition: a good location as well as recent new launches in the city fringe. Pool- and river-facing units are available at attractive prices starting from $1,480 psf.
Sales gallery: Youngberg Terrace (beside Woodleigh MRT station)
Opening hours: 11am to 7pm (daily)
Contact: 6100 1319
This article is bought to you by UOL Group and Singapore Land, in collaboration with Edmund Tie & Co
This article appeared in The EdgeProp Pullout Issue 859 (December 3, 2018) of The Edge Singapore.