Treasure at Tampines is a unique 99-year leasehold condominium development located at 118 Tampines Street in District 11. Sim Lian Holdings Limited has many investments in Australia, where they invest in various malls in the prominent suburb Dalyellup, a region in the nearby CBD of Melbourne, where it is the outskirts of Melbourne, as well as in the CBD of Sydney and in Perth.
Treasure At Tampines Condo will be the most recognisable landmark in Tampines via PIE Exit 4. Being just off a major PIE intersection, Treasure at Tampines allows you to actually stay in Tampines but enjoy a view of Simei and Simpang Bedok across the road.
Facilities at Treasure at Tampines: There are 128 exciting private condominium facilities, among which includes the following: Spa bed, Family pool, Lap pool, Jacuzzi seats, Children play ground, Aqua gym equipment and Treasure club house among others.
Brand New 99-years leasehold residential development, Treasure At Tampines, is situated at Tampines Street 11 in District 18. Consisting of a total of 2,203 units in many blocks, this development has units with a range from 1 bedroom to 5 bedroom and limited Penthouses.
Property consultants pointed out that for any condo development similar to Treasure at Tampines that consists of more than 1,000 units, it will be a plausible performance if the developer is able to sell off 10 to 15 percent its units over 2 days - especially barely 9 months after the latest property curbs were implemented.
The development spans a total of approximately 648,889 sq ft (60,283.84 sq m), comprising 2,203 units of 1 to 5 bedrooms each, with unit sizes ranging from 463 sq ft to 1,722 sq ft. Other developments that are within Treasure At Tampines's vicinity include Melville Park, Changi Rise Condo, Savannah Condo Park, Sunhaven, Modena, Tropical Spring, Double Bay Residences, Simei Green, Eastpoint Green, The Glades, Urban Vista and Grandeur Park Residences.
Mr Mak said that among those who are interested in Treasure at Tampines may be some segments of the population who are unaffected by the cooling measures, such as those who do not own any residential property and do not mind checking out the options.
Amidst a high density of buildings and close proximity to the PIE, it has sufficient green land on the south and west sides of the site offering fresh air and greenery around, including an eco-friendly butterfly garden on the everyday route to Simei MRT Station.
Treasure At Tampines is also located at a strategic place whereby residences who drive finds easy access to Pan Island Expressway (PIE), East Coast Park Expressway (ECP), Tampines Expressway (TPE) and Bartley Road East for those heading towards Lonnie Road and Queensway.