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GuocoLand to develop three 25-storey towers in Lentor Hills

It is expected to be ready for launch in H2 2022.

GuocoLand Limited will lead the development of the Lentor Hills neighbourhood at a site measuring 185,899 square feet in Lentor Central.

GuocoLand said it will develop the site, with a permissible gross floor area of 651,001 sq ft., as a “mixed-use development” of three 25-storey towers with around 600 residential units and including a double-volume sky terrace in each tower.

The ground floor will have more than 96,000 square feet for commercial, food and beverage, and retail spaces.

The development, located within the new Lentor Hills estate, is expected to be ready for launch in the second half of 2022.

It will be integrated with the upcoming Lentor mass rapid transit station, which is part of Stage 2 of the Thomson-East Coast Line scheduled to begin operation on 28 August and be completed around 2025.

“We are known to transform neighbourhoods, as can be seen in Tanjong Pagar and the upcoming Midtown area at Bugis-Beach Road. We see immense potential for this project to redefine the Lentor Hills area as an exciting residential and lifestyle destination,” GuocoLand Group CEO Cheng Hsing Yao said.

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