Royal Hallmark

Royal Hallmark @ Haig Lane

Royal Hallmark is an upcoming private residential development that is located in the prime District 15, East Region of the island. The development’s land parcel sits in the cross junction of Haig Road and Haig Lane. The site of the development is of a regular squarish shape. The North Frontage of the development will be facing towards Dunman Road, the south frontage will be facing to Haig Lane. Towards the east of the development will be the landed housing along Haig Lane whereas its West frontage will be facing the Tanjong Katong Secondary School.

Haig Road is the connection between East Coast Road and the Geylang Road. Chew Joo Chiat’s Confederate Estate used to sit between Still Road and Haig Road. And Haig was also once belonged to Kampung Amber. It extends to Amber Road continuing from the East Coast Road’s junction.In 1950s, there was an increased in the Eurasians residents moving into this area and it was then known as the Eurasian Village or Kampong Serani in Malay. The residents in this area also had communal bond that was closely tight. And very quickly Kampong Serani was landmark for trishaw riders and taxi drivers during that time. With construction of the public housings, most of these residents gradually shifted out of this kampong. This area was also once home to the quarters of the colonial government.

Today, this area has developed from suburb at the seaside to the low-rise and low density private residential estate. The landscape has also changed a lot since the completion of its land reclamation which created the East Coast Park which also houses a small sized jetty and a lagoon that is manmade. This area is also home to many luxury seaside chalets as well as private condominium developments. As this area is also very close to Geylang Serai, residents here will be able to feel the excitement of the bazaar at Geylang Serai during festive season such as Hari Raya Puasa. These bazaars will house stalls that sell street food, shoes as well as clothing.

The site of Royal Hallmark has previously belonged to Casuarina Properties. The Lee Family members and Lee Foundation are the controlling parties of Casuarina Properties. This land parcel has previously belonged to one bungalow and 10 terrace houses that are of 3 storeys high. They were built more than 20 years back and had underwent upgrading 10 years back. The land parcel was put up for sale via expression of interest back in October 2020.

The site which comprises of the plot size of approximately 25,054 square feet and a gross plot ration of 1.4 was successfully acquired by a consortium that makes up entities which are linked to Nobel Design’s Terence Goon, Lian Huat’s Patrick Kho and 2E Capital’s Von Lee and David Ong in November 2020. The successfully bidding price was at was $32.8 million and with a development charge of approximately $264,000, it will translate to the land price of $943 per square feet per plot ratio.

Other nearby developments include Mori @ Guillemard, M Suites, Amber Sea, La Mariposa, Liv @ MB, Mountbatten Residences and Tedge Condo. For any further details about this development Contact Us or Send Email To Us.

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Facilities And Site Plan

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Amenities Nearby and Their Approximate Distances

Train Station
Marine Parade (TE) – 1.1km

Bus Stop
Maranatha Hall (Bus: 33, 16) – 0.1km
Tg Katong Sec Sch (Bus: 33, 16) – 0.2km

Supermarket
Giant (291 Joo Chiat Road) – 0.4km
Fairprice (Joo Chiat Complex) – 0.7km
Cold Storage (Parkway Parade) – 1.2km

Shopping Mall
The Odeon Katong – 0.6km
Katong Shopping Centre – 0.6km
Joo Chiat Complex – 0.7km
Kinex – 0.8km
Katong V – 0.8km
Roxy Square – 0.8km
I12 Katong – 0.8km
PLQ Mall – 1.1km
Parkway Parade – 1.2km
Singapore Post Centre – 1.2km
Paya Lebar Square – 1.3km

Kindergarten
My First Skool (1 Haig Road) – 0.1km
Zee Juniors – 0.3km
The Kids’ Inn Joo Chiat – 0.3km
Orion Preschool – 0.5km
MindChamps PreSchool @ East Coast – 0.5km
St Hilda’s Kindergarten – 0.5km
Pebble Place Development Centre – 0.6km
My First Skool (1 Engku Aman Turn) – 0.6km
Children’s Vineyard Kindergarten – 0.6km
Shaws CDLC @ Katong – 0.7km

Primary School
Tanjong Katong Primary School – 0.5km
Haig Girls’ School – 0.6km
Kong Hwa School – 1.2km
CHIJ (Katong) Primary School – 1.4km
Tao Nan School – 1.5km
Geylang Methodist Primary School – 1.9km

Secondary School
Tanjong Katong Secondary School – 0.1km
Tanjong Katong Girls’ School – 0.3km
Chung Cheng High School (Main) – 0.9km
Broadrick Secondary School – 1.3km
Geylang Methodist Secondary School – 2.0km

Junior College
Dunman High School – 2.1km

Tertiary
James Cook University – 2.6km

International School
Canadian International School (Tanjong Katong Campus) – 0.6km

Food Centre
Dunman Food Centre – 0.4km
Blk 13 Haig Road Market & Food Centre – 0.8km
Geylang Serai Market – 0.8km
Blk 84 Marine Parade Central Market and Food Centre – 1.2km
Blk 51 Old Airport Road Food Hawker Centre & Shopping Mall – 1.4km
Blk 4A Eunos Crescent Market and Food Centre – 1.4km
Blk 117 Aljunied Avenue 2 Market and Food Centre – 1.8km
Kallang Estate Market and Food Centre – 1.6km
Blk 4A Jalan Batu Market and Food Centre – 1.8km
Blk 50A Marine Terrace Market and Food Centre – 2.0km

Lifestyle
The Eurasian Association of Singapore – 0.2km
Chinese Swimming Club – 1.0km
Marine Parade Boy Club – 1.7km


Highlights

Transport Network
Royal Hallmark is approximately 1.1 km away from the upcoming Marine Parade MRT Station. Future residents just need to walk approximately 300 m or 3 minutes to the bus stop that is next to Dunman View to access to the bus services there that will bring them to the MRT Station in approximately 10 minutes of commuting time. The new Marine Parade MRT Station, which is fully undergrounded, is situated around under the Marine Parade Road and close to the Marine Parade Central junction. It is scheduled to starts its operations in 2024 which will be serving residents in those housing estates nearby which include Royal Hallmark.

The Marine Parade will be operating the new MRT Thomson East Coast Line. The MRT Thomson East Coast Line which is fully undergrounded, will be one of the latest MRT service lines added to Singapore’s MRT Network. It is of medium capacity and approximately 43 kilometres in length. This MRT service line will be serving 32 MRT Stations and is one of the longest rapid transit service lines that is driverless in the world.

This MRT service line will run alongside the combination of east-west and north-south corridors. Its route will start from the Woodlands North MRT Station that is located in the North Region of the island. The Woodlands MRT Station is also the terminus for the upcoming Johor-Singapore Rapid Transit System. For future residents, its means for they can easily travel to neighbouring Malaysia with just commuting on this MRT service line.

The MRT service line will then head in the general south east direction to arrive at the Woodlands Township. The Woodlands MRT Interchange Station also the interchange for the MRT North South Line. It then moves towards Springleaf and the upcoming new town of Lentor before it moves into the established Ang Mo Kio-Bishan with stations located in Mayflower and Bright Hill which will be the interchange for the upcoming MRT Cross Island Line. It then move towards Upper Thomson.

At Upper Thomson, the MRT line then heads in a general south direction towards Caldecott, which interchanges with the MRT Circle Line, before reaching the upscale private residential estate of Mount Pleasant, Stevens and Napier. The Stevens MRT Interchange Station also operates the MRT Downtown Line. The MRT line that moves into the shopping district of Orchard and towards the Central Area o Great World, Havelock and Outram. It then heads towards the financial district with stations at Maxwell, Shenton Way and Marina Bay.

It then moves in a general east direction along the southern coastline of Singapore island towards the prime residential estates along East Coast Park with stations at Tanjong Rhu, Tanjong Katong and Marine Parade. It then heads towards Siglap, Bayshore, Bedok South before terminating at Sungei Bedok MRT Station There will be a proposed extension of the MRT service which will link form the Sungei Bedok MRT Station towards the upcoming Terminal 5 of Singapore’s Changi International Airport and eventually will interchange with the MRT East West Line, Changi Airport branch at the Changi Airport MRT Station.

For future residents of Royal Hallmark, they just need to travel 7 MRT stations towards the direction of the Woodlands North MRT Station at the Marine Parade MRT Station to arrive at the Marina Bay MRT Interchange Station, where they could transit to both the MRT North South Line as well as the MRT Circle Line. The Outram Park MRT Interchange is also 9 MRT stations away from the Marine Parade MRT Station which is also the interchange for the MRT North East Line as well as the MRT East West Line. The Sungei Bedok MRT Interchange Station will be 5 MRT Stations in the opposite direction where future residents can easily transit at the MRT Downtown Line available there.

For future residents of Royal Hallmark who drive, the development is approximately 18 minutes of driving away from the Central Business District. It is also approximately 18 minutes of driving away from the Orchard Shopping Belt. And for those who frequently flying, the development is under 20 minutes away from the Changi International Airport.

The nearby major arterial roads i.e. the Tanjong Katong Road, the Changi Road as well as the Mountbatten Road will easily lead drivers to the accessibility of the East Coast Parkway, the Pan Island Expressway as well as the Kallang Paya Lebar Expressway.

Amenities
In terms of shopping, dining and leisure amenities, there is never shortage of when living at Royal Hallmark. Future residents can easily access to the 2 major retail clusters located nearby, which is the Paya Lebar Central and the Marine Parade Central. The Paya Lebar Central houses major shopping malls such as the Kinex Mall, the Paya Lebar Square, the Singapore Post Centre as well as the new PLQ Mall. The Marine Parade Central is also home to Katong V, the I12 Katong Mall as well as the Parkway Parade.

Parkway Parade is one of the largest and first retail malls that is situated in Singapore’s suburban. This lifestyle mall has catered and understands the needs of the local residents for more than 30 years. This mall is the choice retail destination for many living in its vicinity. It offers one of the biggest selections of retail concepts for Singapore’s East Coast area. The mall is located conveniently with more than 52,555 square metres of etail spaces that spans over 7 levels and houses more than 250 stores. Some of its major tenants include the Cathay Cineplex, the Food Republic food court, the Fairprice Xtra supermarket, the Isetan departmental store, the Best Denki electronic department store and more. Parkway Parade also houses an office tower that have more than 17,000 square metres of commercial spaces.

I12 Katong used to be on the site of the former Katong Mall and is located at the junction of Joo Chiat Road and East Coast Road. This mall houses over 7 levels of retail spaces. This mall is currently under closed for extension renovations for revitalizations. It is slated to be completed and reopen its doors to shoppers by the end of 2021. The newly renovated mall will be having new tenants with over 200,000 of retail spaces. It will boast a contemporary interior as well as amenities that are upgraded for the reflection of Katong living. The expected tenants will include the Wine Connection, the United World College Preschool, the CS Fresh by Cold Storage, the Golden Village cineplex, Scoop Wholefood, Signature KOI café, PS Café as well as Climb Asia. This revamped lifestyle destination will have its main atrium enlarged, a play area for children and charging points for electric vehicles. The mall is expected to be home to 180 retail, specialty and F&B stores when it is fully tenanted.

Royal Hallmark is also surrounded by many major wet markets and food centres in its vicinity. This means for its future residents, they need not have to travel very far to get their fresh market produce as well as accessing to delicious and cheap local hawker fare. The famous Dunman Food Centre will be on of them with just approximately 400 m away. Though is it one of the smallest hawker centres in Singapore, it offers many good treats to its patrons. It was constructed in 1974 and houses 30 hawker stalls that spans across 2 levels. Though not huge, but almost all the stalls here serve very good food. Some of them include Wanton Mee, roasted meat, Tau Kwa Pau, BBQ satay, chicken wings and otah, bean curd and more. Prices for these treats are also very reasonable here which is the reason it has many returning patrons from all over Singapore. Another option for future residents to head down to will be Blk 13 Haig Road Market and Food Centre that is located just approximately 700-800 m away from their doorsteps.

Schools
Although the area where Royal Hallmark is not one of the biggest education clusters in Singapore, but it does have not lack of educational institutions to cater for its residents’ needs. In fact, this area actually houses some of the most sought-after schools in Singapore which is why it is very popular to local home buyers. Besides that, this area also has a wide range of institutions that will be able to cater to the needs for different education level.

Primary schools that are within 1 km from Royal Hallmark include the Haig Girls’ Primary School and the Tanjong Katong Primary School. Primary schools that are within 1 to 2 km radius include the CHIJ (Katong) Primary School, the Geylang Methodist Primary School, the Kong Hwa Primary School as well as the Tao Nan Primary School.

In terms of secondary schools, other than the Tanjong Katong Secondary School that is next door, the other nearby ones include the Tanjong Katong Secondary School, the Tanjong Katong Girls’ Secondary School, the Chung Cheng High School (Main), the Broadrick Secondary School and the Geylang Methodist Secondary School.


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